Man Utd's Paul Pogba says he's used to criticism
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba said he was no longer bothered by criticism from football experts because he was used to it.
The French international, who joined United from Italian Juventus in 2016, has played eight games in all competitions this season due to injuries and was last presented in the Premier League in a 4- win 1 against Newcastle United the day after Christmas. "I guess I miss them," the 27-year-old said in the club's UTD podcast, referring to the experts. "I'm not someone who always watches Sky Sports News. When you know football, you don't need someone to tell you what's going on." If they want to talk, they have the right to speaking is their job to speak. I'm used to it now. I'm really used to it, I don't mind.
"Former Liverpool captain Graeme Souness was one of Pogba's most vocal critics and called the Frenchman" selfish "and" doddle " to play against ". Pogba responded by saying that he did not know who was the three-time winner of the European Cup." I heard he was a great player and stuff like that. I know the face but (not) the name, "said Pogba." I watch a lot of football but I don't stay after the game to listen to what they say about why they did this or why they did it. "have done." Souness, who also won five league titles with Liverpool but unlike Pogba, has never won a World Cup, replied the Frenchman.
"The oldest saying in football comes to mind : "Put your medals on the table". I have a big table, "the 66-year-old told Sky Sports. Pogba was nearing a return to action after recovering from an ankle injury when the Premier League season was suspended indefinitely due to coronavirus pandemic.