English football manager and former Manchester United's midfielder, Paul Ince has hit at the club's new signing Jadon Sancho. Ince has seemed to be unhappy with the player's perfomances since joining Manchester United. Sancho is yet to register a goal or an assist for Manchester United since he sealed his move in the last summer transfer window.
Many are yet to be convinced about the player's capabilities with the goal drought raising more questions. According to Paul Ince,the England's sensation should play proper football.
The professional manager stated that it is not about the trickery or the skills the player showcases in the pitch. The English talent managed to make a couple of successful dribbles in their midweek match against Westham United.
With some fans already unhappy with the player's perfomances in the matches he has played, some are still in support of the player. Those supporting Sancho are arguing that Jadon Sancho's capabilities are unquestionable and maybe he settling in slowly.
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