Manchester United have been give some good news, as it’s been reported that midfielder Paul Pogba won’t be facing any retrospective punishment from the FA for his comments following United’s 3-1 win over Arsenal at the Emirates on Saturday evening.
This is according to the Daily Mirror, which claimed that FA sources have said that the Frenchman’s comments aren’t worthy of any punishment from the footballing body.
Before Man United’s win at the Emirates, Pogba stated on BBC’s Football Focus “I hope – and it’s bad to say this – but I hope that they [City] will get some very important players injured, like what happened to us.”
Since arriving at Old Trafford from Juventus in the summer of 2016, Pogba has been very impressive for Jose Mourinho.
Across 69 matches for Man United, Pogba has managed to scored just twelve goals in created 11 assists for his teammates.
His fantastic ability on the ball and willingness to both attack and defend for the club has seen him labelled as one of the best midfielders in the league.
It’s clear to see how much of a difference he makes to our team, as we look a completely different devils when Pogba isn’t in the team.
However, there have been somewhat unfair criticism from fans surrounding Pogba since his big-money move to the club in 2016, as Pogba’s low goal and assist return has seem some fans question whether he was worth the money paid for his services.
Nevertheless, following the latest update from the Football Association, fans and Jose Mourinho, will be over the moon, as they know how important Pogba is to this United’s squad.