Those stats don’t really paint the full picture and are hardly fair comparison when you consider Pogba started out at Juve when he was 19 whilst has been in his prime the whole time at ManU. His last two years with us where hardly overrated.View attachment 1045260
Actually out-performing his Juve spell which I think hails back to Buckleys Jocks point about his time at Juve being very overrated, and the media in the UK is hellbent on pushing the flop narrative. Not been worth the price paid, and it was paid by over valuing his time at Juventus but not as bad as many make out.
Have you met jod23 before. No man on here is more bias.
Not really because Coutinho was never bandied about as the best AM in the world or potential to be etc. Where as Pogba was apparently the next big thing, future best CM in world football but he never really reached those heights, at Juve or United.
Yeah, not a bad shout at all.
Totally agree.Yeah, not a bad shout at all.
I genuinely think that he's one of the most naturally talented footballers that I've ever seen at the club but he has never really looked like having the desire or application needed to make the most of it.
Disagree with this one. He's been one of United's best players since the COVID restart and has expanded his game considerably this season.Luke Shaw another good shout? Not sure if he was tipped to reach the heights of some other players ITT though.
The mental scars obviously stuck around for years as well. At his best he fearlessly bulldozes down that left flank but he just looked devoid of any confidence and was too timid when it came to using his pace for a very long time there.That broken leg really set him back wasn't a standard break think I read somewhere there was a chance he could have lost the leg.
He's in the top 3-5 left backs in the league imoDisagree with this one. He's been one of United's best players since the COVID restart and has expanded his game considerably this season.
The mental scars obviously stuck around for years as well. At his best he fearlessly bulldozes down that left flank but he just looked devoid of any confidence and was too timid when it came to using his pace for a very long time there.
Ronaldo and Messi’s level?. We are talking about two footballers who are genuinely two of the greatest to ever play the sport.We are not talking about just anyone here, these are icons who have scored 700+ career goals for club and country each. We will never see the likes of Ronaldo and Messi ever again when they retire.