Jose Mourinho told Paul Pogba he does not expect match-rescuing heroics from him every week after his two-goal salvo against Manchester City. He has failed to complete a full 90 minutes in the Premier League since mid-February. How was I to know that they would end up dominating the league for the next 20 years?
"The first thing is stability at a training level - stability during the working week".
"Only 11 can start so the same questions you are doing to me, you should do to every other manager because everyone has players in the same situation".
Mourinho was then asked if he was frustrated because City won the title on the back of United's loss. "In my opinion it affected for sure some of the people that were too happy just with that", he said.
United manager Jose Mourinho obviously doesn't expect Pogba to do that every game, as it would be ridiculous of any manager anywhere to expect this kind of production from any individual.
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Everton grew into the game after the half hour mark but could still consider themselves very fortunate to lead in the 43rd minute. Swansea responded at the start of the second half with Carroll and Andre Ayew testing Pickford.
'We didn't want or played simple, everything was slow, one more flick, trick, turn.
This is not the first time the Manchester United playmaker has made intrigued fans with his hairdo.
"City won the title because they won more points than everyone else, not tell City they won title because United did not win, it is not fair on them".
The France worldwide scored two goals - the first time he has done so in the Premier League - in a remarkable second-half recovery from United as they won the Manchester derby 3-2 to deny City a win that would have seen Pep Guardiola's men clinch the title. "The supporters and everybody connected with the football club would expect that from us and that is exactly what they are going to get".
Meanwhile, defeat for West Brom would mean they would be one negative result away from relegation to the Championship.