Man United set to fine Paul Pogba after Instagram mistake

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Pogba trouble after the sacking

Manchester United are set to fine Paul Pogba.

It follows his social media posts in the wake of Jose Mourinho’s sacking.

The Special One was fired by Manchester United on Tuesday morning, days after losing 3-1 to Liverpool.

Mourinho offered Liverpool heavy praise in the post match interviews, and reserved none for his own players.

Mourinho has struggled with the dressing room at times this season.

Pogba is one player he’s clashed with most.

Paul Pogba’s reaction to Jose Mourinho Manchester United sacking

Now, in the wake of Mourinho’s exit, Pogba’s ‘sponsored posts’ on Twitter and Instagram have caused him more trouble.

Man United will fine Pogba for the ‘caption this’ photo according to the Daily Mail. 

The post was swiftly deleted, but not before it was screenshotted and went viral.

LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 11: Opposing managers Jose Mourinho (R) the manager of Chelsea and Laurent Blanc (L) the head coach of PSG look on during the UEFA Champions League Round of 16, second leg match between Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain at Stamford Bridge on March 11, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)

Moving forward at Man United

One thing that United and their players now need to do is move on.

The toxic environment that has engulfed Old Trafford for some time now has to end.


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This may be a six month transitional phase, with a new manager coming in this summer, but the club need to enjoy football again.

The fans have also become fed up with their team.

For players like Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial, it will be a huge chance for them to show what they can do.

More attacking football will be a huge factor, as will the players showing they want to be at the club.

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How Paul Pogba reacted to Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United sacking