Paul Pogba

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    TheReligion Abusive

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    Decotron Full Member

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    really? have you read this thread at all?
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    Snow Somewhere down the lane, a licky boom boom down

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    Probably wasn't happy here. Guessing no friends and stuff like that. With foreign kids in the reserves it matters a lot to have a player that speaks their language. Everything North of France and west of Poland can manage fine in England with little problems adapting. When you've gone into a little bit of latin flavor or French cuisine the stomach can get upset.
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    Rood nostradamus like gloater

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    Ive heard that Pogba was pissed off when Phil Jones arrived and played in midfield ahead of him - it would be understandable I suppose seeing as they are of a similar age and Pogba probably felt he should be higher in the pecking order having been with the club for a couple of years.

    Anyway it is just a rumour - could be bullshit like virtually everything else in this thread
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    Phil Full Member

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    I don't get this obsession with wanting threads locked.

    Glad this is over though.
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    Crustanoid Full Member

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    Hopefully he'll fracture his cock within 19 seconds of his debut and quit football to become a monk recluse or something

    white text/ its a joke injury....I'm not wishing a real injury on him /white text
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    Glad it's all over,all this speculation over a kid who may or may not make it.His loss.
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    RDCR07 Not a bad guy (Whale Killer)

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    Another prick!
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    golden_blunder mijn naam is Golden Blunder en ik hou van team LVG

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    Once confirmed we will lock this thread
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    Red Hand Devil Plan M ish

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    feck him anyway. I'm more concerned about the loss of Will Keane for 6 mths+ than this twat, Pogba doesnt have the right mentality it seems to play for United, unlike our other young players - Petrucci, Keane etc. Fancied Keane for a few games next season, feckin injury set-back for the lad. Hopin Petrucci gets really fit over the summer too & pushes on!
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    Judge Red Don't Call Me Douglas

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    This saga was over for me weeks ago. I'm glad it's over for all of you now as well.

    It's a shame to lose him but I think we can say that Fergie did everything within reason not to, so it is what it is.
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    CLK_FPC Fists of Fury

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    It was more when Rafael was played in MF ahead of him
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    Sw33t Full Member

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    Could we not just rename it Paul Pogba and whack it in the football forum? Or would it be better to start a new one? I need a thread to laugh in when he's shit
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    I should have been MF ahead of Rafael.

    That game was a fecking abomination tactically.
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    Dwazza Van Hernandez A Special Kind of Hipster

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    Paul Pogo.

    He hops from club to club.
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    EdWeatherall TFD

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    Glad it is all over
    If he didn't want to sign, that's his choice, there were players before Pogba, and there will be players after Pogba
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    Elliott Likes Loan Stickies

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    Nope, that's it.
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    Inigo Montoya Full Member

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    One wonders why it couldn't be left at that. The venom directed at him you'd think he was club captain who we'd coached and nurtured since he was a foetus
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    If we did land Modric and then with Tunnicliffe coming through....I dont think Pogba will be that great of a loss!
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    Mainoldo Full Member

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    Replace Tunnicliffe add Pogba or Morrision, and its the same crap that was said last year. Until the youngster start playing abit of first team football and we can see the potential in real games... We need to quite bigging them up.
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    Rado_N Grinner ruined my tagline

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    You're right in so far as saying we need to wait and see how they step up, but there's one thing you can say for certain about Ryan and that's that he won't mess about with contracts etc, he'll stay at United for as long as he possibly can.
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    Mainoldo Full Member

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    You never know.. He's got really talent but I'm not going to be tainted by a kids loyalty. We might tell him we no-longer require his services.. Then who's the bastards.
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    Rado_N Grinner ruined my tagline

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    Well that's totally different, what I'm saying is that he wouldn't turn down a contract renewal like Pogba has done. As long as United want him he'll be here.
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    anver Shart stop

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    His thousands of fans may be distraught to see him leave.
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    Gee Male Full Member

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    I hope he goes on to have a good career. I know he's choosing to leave us and all that, but I'd still take pride in the fact that it was us that brought him through.
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    Cold_Boy Banned

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    There hasn't been any confirmation yet right?
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    Striker10 "Ronaldo and trophies > Manchester United football

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    Sir Alex being one..I don't understand some people...Bitter but why be catty amongst ourselves? It's silly.You think you're better just because you don't give a shit? Maybe some people take more of an interest at who's coming through the ranks then others....maybe..but some think, they're so smart and i'm not sure why? It's not a competition.
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    ciderman9000000 Banned

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    Not really we didn't though. Brought him through what?
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    Gee Male Full Member

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    Maybe "brought through" was a bit strong, "brought up" is probably more appropriate.

    Regardless of what he does next, we've played an integral part in his development as a footballer. That should be something we take pride in, at least in my opinion.
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    Yay we brought up a cnut. Do you take pride in that? I don't. He left Le Havre, and he left us. I don't have any affection for him. I don't wish him bad as some others on here do, but I don't care if he does well.
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    lynchie Full Member

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    Still no confirmation? What's the deal?
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    Pexbo Takes body parts and sells them on Amazon.

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    I reckon he might be staying.

    Another 10 pages trololol
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    noodlehair "It's like..."

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    THe boy is still trying to make up his mind.
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    Gee Male Full Member

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    Of course I take pride in seeing a guy that's come through our academy go on to have a successful career. We have a coaching system to be proud of and seeing players forge successful careers is a showcase of that.

    I love seeing the likes of Shawcross and Simpson playing week in week out in the Premier League, even if it's not for us. Same will go for Pogba in, presumably at this stage, Serie A.
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    Striker10 "Ronaldo and trophies > Manchester United football

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    Yeah but we're a club that takes pride bringing them through ourselves...
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    lynchie Full Member

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    Christ, even Bucks Fizz would have been done by now
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    noodlehair "It's like..."

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    Well to be fair, there are question marks over both United and Juve in terms of the immediate future, and beyond. If I was him I'd be leaving it as long as I could...or he might have already decided, and as usual it's taking an age to sort the formalities out.

    This thread is amusing though. The only trustworthy source in it is Fergie, and he's basically said he doesn't know what's going to happen.
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    Nate Dogg Don't Make Me Angry

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    Doesn't his contract expire at the end of June? So i expect him or Juve to announce the deal later this month or in July.
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    Hectic Moderator

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    In fairness, I'm not sure the same questions are being asked about United's immediate future or beyond, and Juve's.
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    noodlehair "It's like..."

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    You've got a match fixing scandal in Italy and at least one person at Juve potentially caught up in it again. Plus whether Italy will be a better place to be than England career wise is dubious.

    We've got a manager who might not be around in 3 years time and question marks over our ability to compete financially.

    I wouldn't say it's an easy choice, and things can happen in the coming weeks that would change the picture slightly.

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