Gary Neville responds to Paul Pogba slamming Man Utd and claiming club ‘made a mistake’
Manchester United icon Gary Neville has fired back at Paul Pogba for claiming that United made a mistake in allowing him leave.
Pogba released ‘The Pogmentary’, an Amazon Prime documentary narrating his time and his exit from Old Trafford this summer.Information Guide Nigeria
“I’m not bothered about Pogba’s comments to be honest with you,” Neville said on TikTok. “I think that once a player has left, he can say whatever he wants. Fine, no problem. But I don’t think he has performed well over the last six years. I don’t think the club have performed well with him either or handled him well.JAMB Result
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“It’s been a partnership that, to be fair, has failed on both sides so that is what you’d have to say on that one. There is no winner when a player leaves after six years with the money that has been spent and very little has been won.
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