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Sunday, 2 December 2018

You Are A Virus, Mourinho Tells Paul Pogba


An astonishing claim has been made by
Duncan Castles in the Daily Record on Sunday – the morning after Man United’s 2-2 draw away at Southampton.



According to Castles, who is known to have sources close to Jose Mourinho, the Man United boss ripped into Paul Pogba after the Saints game.

In front of the other Man United players, Mourinho called Pogba a “virus”. Castles reports:
In a post-match dressing down delivered in front of the entire United team, Mourinho is understood to have called Pogba “a virus”.

According to a dressing-room source, Pogba was admonished with the words: “You don’t play. You don’t respect players and supporters. And you kill the mentality of the good honest people around you.”

Mourinho seemed to aim a thinly veiled dig at Pogba after the Southampton game in public.

Earlier this season there have been claims that Pogba – who Man United spent 90 million pounds on – had been gagged from speaking to the media.



One has to wonder what future Pogba has at Old Trafford if this virus story is true.
Will the French World Cup winner be in the Man United XI against Arsenal on Wednesday night?

Pogba’s stats against Southampton
Pogba had a terrible match against Southampton, and Castles has revealed the data:

Statistically, the Frenchman was dispossessed eight times by opponents, lost 15 of 30 duels and completed less than 85 per cent of his passes, a poor return for such a technically gifted midfielder.

When David De Gea will leave Man United
It’s a busy Sunday for Duncan Castles, as he also has an eye-catching article in the Sunday Times.


Castles has addressed David De Gea’s future at Old Trafford.

The Spanish international is out of contract at the end of the season. However it’s been widely reported that Man United have an option to extend De Gea’s contract by another 12 months.

But what’s the likelihood of the keeper penning a new long term deal with the Red Devils?
Not good.

Castles has revealed fresh quotes from a source close to the goalie:

“David will not leave next summer,” a source told The Sunday Times.

“Either he moves to another club in a year-and-a-half’s time or he signs a new contract with United. The situation can change at any time.”

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