Pogba blasts critics creating 'drama' of Man Utd attack comments

Ruben Hill
September 26, 2018

"We are proud that, once again, last season we had more academy graduate minutes on the pitch than any other Premier League club".

He wrote: "I hope we can look back on Saturday's game against Wolves for an important lesson; a lesson that I repeat week after week, a lesson that some boys are not learning".

One of the names on the table at Can Barça this summer was Paul Pogba.

Manchester United record signing Pogba believes Sanchez is still adapting to life at the 20-time English champions.

Paul Pogba launched a blistering critique of Manchester United's defensive-minded tactics in Saturday's draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers, which is likely to infuriate manager Jose Mourinho.

Pogba responded to the harsh criticism that Mourinho made against his team and said that he wanted the team to be allowed to play more attacking football.

The latest development in the Pogba saga came before United kicked off against Frank Lampard's Derby side at Old Trafford.

Oh, and the World Cup-winning Frenchman wasn't done there.

Asked about what is stopping the team from playing the way fans are often crying out for at Old Trafford, he said: "I can't tell you because I'm a player".

"We should just attack and press, like we did against Tottenham, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal last season".

"When you play, you do the best that you can, and when you speak, you have to be careful what you say".

"We are committed to our philosophy of blending top academy graduates with world class players", Woodward said.

Manchester United crashed out of the Carabao Cup with a defeat on penalties to Championship side Derby County on Tuesday after the third-round tie ended 2-2 in normal time at Old Trafford.

"I'm not the manager, I can not, like, say that, but obviously we should show more options of playing. But he's not playing bad and he keeps being positive, you know, so that's the good thing we have to think about". We know that position is one that requires continued investment to maintain.

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