Pogba or De Bruyne? (Historical)

Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by Whitty1001, 21 Jul 2015.

  1. NZBlue

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    And lots of people eating humble pie
     
  2. ChicagoBlue

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    Pogba has ability, and some of it is of the highest quality, but we rarely see it. Maybe that is discipline, maybe it is due to the way he is asked to play, we may not know until Mourinho moves on. He would be brilliant in Peps midfield, but we will never see it, so who cares?!

    KDB is the ultimate professional. Works hard, does the graft, plays the game freely but with passion and can do everything. Against Arsenal, in the 80th minute, we lost the ball. KDB was about 15 yards in their half in the inside left position. He looked up, saw we were light on the right and SPRINTED about 60yards across the field to cover the right side. Then, even later in the game, he saw Delph struggling and sprinted into the LB position.

    He is a players’ player and if he can maintain this level of work and end product, he will stroll the PFA Award. My biggest concern, stated for almost a month now, is that I wish he was at the beach with his wife and new kid during this intl break. To lose him for 4-6 weeks to a hamstring or calf (which cramped in the Arsenal game) or even worse, a thigh (which often requires months), would be immeasurably bad for the team. We should put him in cotton wool 22 hours per day, only letting him out to have fun with the lads, and play in games.
     
  3. Misscitizen

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    De brunye. Although I hate to admit it pogba would be cherry on the cake to make us the best squad in the world.
     
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    Pogba has the ability but hes in the wrong team
     
  5. salfordbluetrue

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    the Pogba that left old trafford was a very good player with loads of potential, but Juventus was a bad move when he played on the left he was very good defensively and on the right was good at attacking , just not very good at both together, playing under Pirlo means his leadership awareness tactics and captaincy potential are still at the level of an 18 year old, he has 2 main strengths height and the ability to use both feet well utd have 3 others that could fit Pogba`s ability Carrick Matic and the better Fellani , can Pogba improve? probably but with his manager having small man syndrome it will be hard , De Bruyne is a totally different player
     
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  9. malg

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    He likes a good haircut as well. He'd be very, very good for us.
     
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