I think this deserves its own thread. They are our best outfield players by some distance. Both great on the ball, great passers, can take numerous people on and open up defences. If Jose persists with playing Sanchez in his favoured position on the left, it's not only to the detriment of Martial, as we've then flooded the left side with ball carriers and playmakers with both Sanchez and Pogba in the same positions. That would be all well and good if our team had that ability all over the pitch, but it doesn't so we need to be a lot more economical in how we utilise their skills. With Sanchez out on the right side, with instructions to not be all over the pitch, and the same for Pogba on the left side of a 433, we've got outlets that can carry the ball and split defences on both sides. Currently, almost all our play happens on the left. Playing both of our playmakers there stifles play, making us predictable and will mean that Pogba will play second fiddle to Sanchez, not utilising his ability. Both of these players draw in more than one defender, opening up spaces and pulling defenders out of position. To not use that on both sides makes it easier to defend against. In the latest United Hour podcast they are making that point, why in the world Jose is playing Sanchez in a position that makes less sense for the team as a whole, mainly because it makes Martial kind of redundant. And I agree fully. In my view, this is even more of an issue because it means we aren't efficiently using Pogba, we aren't stretching play that we can now finally do with the acquisition of Sanchez. Thoughts?