He’s good at creating, scoring and passing but he doesn’t defend and loses the ball more than most midfielders. So we should play him where we can make the most of his strengths and hide his weaknesses.Lazarus wrote: ↑1 year agoMy mistake obviously, so what your saying is he's just as shite further forward as he is sitting back? What i don't get then is why you say he shouldn't be playing so deep? If he doesn't transform moving further forward why move him?marlon wrote: ↑1 year agoYou’re saying bman makes stuff up... where do I say he transforms? Someone mentions pogbas name and suddenly you’re fighting an army of straw men.Lazarus wrote: ↑1 year agoWhen Marlon? When are we going to see that match where Pogba is going to do that thing you think he can do. It's constant excuses. Watch MOTD's coverage of the game, they cover Ayew's play during the game, don't watch Ayew watch Pogba. They don't even mention Pogba (he's not the point) but watch him it sums him up for me.
For my money he fucked up and lost the ball but there were plenty of our players who should have stopped the goal. Pogba should have got off his arse and done something about it but he didn't...... again.
a mid 3 is a bit better than a 10 because he’ll have more space