The 2 Robbies: Pogba not happy with Man United’s attitude

Jose Verdugo
Agosto 20, 2018

"I think we forced things our way today with a very good performance".

Manchester United conceded three first-half goals as they slumped to a 3-2 defeat at Brighton in a game illuminated by a superb goal from Seagulls striker Glenn Murray.

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"It's a great thing for me to come in front of the cameras to come and say players a, b and c had fantastic performances and were unbelievable for me". We were punished by the mistakes. I think when he's having a go at his opposition that's what I like, that's what I want.

Souness was on punditry duty for Sky Sports when he delivered a brutal assessment of the Red Devils as he insisted that the current crop of players is the least impressive since before Sir Alex Ferguson took over at Old Trafford. But don't expect me to speak with you about it because you and your colleagues were really critical of me when in previous seasons I was probably too honest and too open in my analysing and I was too honest and too open in analysing about players' performances. "If we put in a similar performance, then I'll be happy". "For me that's the story of the game", he told the BBC. But there was little reaction after the break until Paul Pogba's penalty deep into stoppage time as United fell three points behind defending champions Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham just two games into the new campaign.

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"We were playing at home last week and that's different". They've got absolutely nothing about them.

Manchester United manger José Mourinho has hit out at Manchester City over the new documentary charting their 2017/18 Premier League title winning season, claiming that his rivals "can't buy class". "My reaction is if you are a rich club you can buy top players, you cannot buy class". I'm not agreeing with Jose in terms of [being] disrespectful.

A few hours after Manchester City strolled to a 6-1 win over Huddersfield, United showed the gulf that now exists to its fierce rival by succumbing meekly to its first loss of the season on Sunday (NZT).

The club have brought in some useful players in Fred, Diogo Dalot and goalkeeper Lee Grant but those transfers haven't exactly got pulses racing. This was not our intention - it was filming last season. Another guy is going to say 'we like it, ' another guy will say no.

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