Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Mourinho Hits Out At Man Utd Legend

Mourinho Hits Out At Man Utd Legend

Liverpool: Jose Mourinho lashed out at Manchester United great Paul Scholes on Monday after the former player's recent criticism of Paul Pogba and said the France midfielder always gives everything even if it does not always pay dividends.

It was a much-improved second half showing from United and one capped by a superb individual goal from Lingard that settled the outcome 10 minutes from time. "But he wanted to play, we had to stop him to play because he was saying, 'I feel awesome, I I should go and play.' But to follow the protocol and to protect the player, we decided he wouldn't play". "He criticises - which is a different thing", Mourinho said on Scholes' assessment of Pogba's form via BBC.

"I think Jesse has made that jump".

"Paul Pogba tries to do his best all the time and sometimes he plays very well, sometimes he plays well, sometimes he doesn't play so well."I think they (ex-players turned pundits) would love to be here, in the club and that's a problem that I can not resolve'". Sometimes he plays very well, sometimes he plays well and sometimes he doesn't play so well.

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"But I think Scholes will be in the history as a phenomenal player, not as a pundit". Fifty per cent of that is 12.5 silverware, 25 per cent is around six.

This second-half display will have pleased United manager Jose Mourinho, though.

"It's not Paul Pogba's fault that he makes much more money than Paul Scholes".

Since retiring from football, Scholes has taken up a role as a pundit with BT Sport and has often scrutinised his former side. It was a welcome tonic for Mourinho amid reports the United manager is beginning to lose the support of his players after branding them "childish" and "immature" and admitting the squad needs major investment to catch City. "[Lukaku] is physically a monster, but he is not a machine and I think he is feeling it".

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"I think they'd have to win every game between now and the end of the season, which is virtually impossible, and expect City to lose quite a few games, which also looks pretty unlikely".

United host second-tier Derby County in the FA Cup third round on Friday and Stoke City in the league on January 15.

Paul Pogba recorded a stunning statistic following the Premier League victory at Everton, while proving his value for Manchester United. He is just strolling through games.

"I feel more comfortably offensively", Pogba said. If we can get him in the top third of the pitch with the ball at his feet, he can create a lot of tricks and movement and some good opportunities. You have to say the manager has to take responsibility for that attitude.

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