Paul Labile Pogba would be “absolutely doddle to play against” because of his poor work ethic. The legend of Liverpool is a longtime critic of the midfielder of Manchester United. He believes that he would quickly get better than the World Cup-winning Frenchman.

‘Absolutely doddle to play against’

According to Graeme Souness, Paul Labile Pogba would be “absolutely doddle to play against” because of his poor work ethic. The legend of Liverpool is a longtime critic of the midfielder of Manchester United. He believes that he would quickly get better than the World Cup-winning Frenchman. While Graeme praised the technical and physical characteristics of Pogba, he ruined the attitude of the 27-year-old player. “Pogba has absolutely everything to be a top player – great athleticism, super-technique. But his attitude to the game is the polar opposite of mine.” Posted the Scot, who won the top-flight five times as a Liverpool player. “I will show everyone how smart I am today and will be the star of the show.”

Go out and work more than the guy you are against

“My attitude, the way I was taught, was:” Go out and work more than the guy you are against, and see where it takes you. “He would be an absolute avoidance to play against.” Paul was mostly inconsistent after returning to Old Trafford, where his contract expires next year. Man United have an option to extend his stay for another 12 months, although the French star has been often associated with Real Madrid against the backdrop of a season ruined by an injury. Many fans defend Pogba from Souness’ regular criticisms, with some pointing to flaws in Scottsman’s own game. Whether he will adapt to the more exceptional athleticism of the modern game, his technical abilities and tactical complexity will never be known – but Graeme is confident that his proclivity for overly physical projectiles will not deter him.

“I only had one red card during my play in England,” he insisted. “It was a tangle with Stan Ternent, who later became a good friend, playing for Middlesbrough against Carlisle United. I’m sure I could adapt to the modern game.”