Paul Pogba has scathingly criticized Mourinho's interpersonal relationship with players. Paul Pogba finally opened up about their strained relationship with the Tottenham manager during his tenure at Manchester United. He opened up about his experience under Jose during an interview with Sky Sports.
Jose Mourinho managed Manchester United for over two years before he was fired following a string of poor performances and frosty relationships with players leading to tension in the dressing room. Things were particularly worse with Paul Pogba and a video of the two exchanging a spat in training emerged online. The Portuguese manager even branded Paul Pogba a virus.
Pogba said that Mourinho could just wake up and act like you do not exist without even giving you a reason and often picked on players. In contrary, he praised Ole Gunnar's relationship with players saying he does not pick and players and maintains a good relationship with them. Several players have benefitted from his management with Pogba and Luke Shaw being the outstanding picks.
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