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Paul Pogba ‘more free’ and ‘happier’ now that Jose Mourinho has gone

Zlatan Ibrahimovic opens up to ESPN FC about Paul Pogba’s revitalization since Jose Mourinho’s departure and likens it to his disagreements with Pep Guardiola at Barcelona.
In typical Zlatan Ibrahimovic fashion, he tells ESPN FC that his LA Galaxy will be successful in 2019 and discusses his 500th career goal.

Former Man United and current LA Galaxy striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has given his two cents on the recent Paul Pogba/Jose Mourinho feud at Old Trafford.

“There are these players that need to be free, they need to feel free to do what they are able to do under the disciple of the coach, said the Swede to ESPN FC at MLS’ annual MLS Media Days. “Obviously, he has his tactics, he has that, but some players they go above these limits and you need to let them be free and I think Paul [Pogba] is one of them.”

Ibrahimovic didn’t take a side in the argument between his former teammate and former manager but acknowledged that both parties were no longer right for each other.

“Paul didn’t feel confidence from the coach and the coach didn’t feel confidence for Paul. It’s difficult to perform as a player if you don’t have confidence from the coach and you don’t have that energy, that motivation and Jose felt the same thing about Paul.

“These things happen and that is part of the game also, I mean not everybody can go among each other and do well together,”  added Ibrahimovic.

“I feel like you come to a moment where it is too blocked and one goes or the other one goes. At this moment the coach left and Paul is more free now.”

Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic won three trophies together at Manchester United between 2016-17.

Pogba has thrived since the departure of Mourinho and the arrival of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the France World Cup winner having scored five goals and provided four assists in six games under the Norwegian.

Speaking about Pogba’s revival Zlatan said “We are seeing more happy Paul, more free Paul, more do whatever you want to do and he is succeeding with things now.

“It’s like new energy, new blood came in and now he is playing like he knows how to play. And we know who Pogba is and this is the Pogba we are seeing.

“When you play, happiness is very important because when you feel stuck in a situation you don’t express yourself 100 percent and play 100 percent.”

Ibrahimovic, who won the 2018 MLS Newcomer of the Year award after scoring 22 goals in 27 games after arriving to MLS in March, recently re-upped with the Galaxy for the 2019 season. Zlatan and the rest of the Galaxy open up training camp at the end of January and will begin the regular season on March 2 against the Chicago Fire.

Article source: http://www.espnfc.com/major-league-soccer/story/3754590/paul-pogba-more-free-and-happier-now-that-jose-mourinho-has-gone-ibrahimovic


Lukaku’s Manchester United dilemma similar to mine as player

The ESPN FC crew examine Paul Pogba’s improved performances at Manchester United with the departure of Jose Mourinho.

MANCHESTER, England — Manchester United caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told Romelu Lukaku to be ready to take his chance to impress — just like he did when he was a player.

The Belgian has so far been restricted to a bit-part role under Solskjaer, with the Norwegian putting his faith in a youthful front three of Jesse Lingard, Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford.

Solskjaer said Lukaku will get chances during the second half of the season, but the 45-year-old added that the competition for places at Old Trafford means he cannot afford to pass up an opportunity when it comes his way.

“He’s a big part of the squad, definitely,” Solskjaer told a news conference ahead of their Premier League clash with Brighton on Saturday.

“There’s no one scoring as many goals as him in training. There are the three who play the most but then you’ve got Rom, you’ve got Juan [Mata], you’ve got Alexis [Sanchez], so I’ve got a front six I can rotate and Rom is definitely going to be playing games.”

No one has scored more goals as a substitute for United than Solskjaer, who bagged 29 of his 126 goals for the club from the bench.

He had to compete with Andy Cole, Dwight Yorke and Teddy Sheringham and, nearly a decade on, Lukaku has found himself in a similar battle.

“I used to be one of four strikers when we played with two,” said Solskjaer. “Now we have six forwards and we play with three most of the time. We’ll be able to rotate and there’s enough games and playing time.

“It’s about taking the chances when you get them, and to be fair, Rom has scored three already. It’s up to the strikers to take them.”

Lukaku may find he has even more competition if Solskjaer continues his policy of promoting youngsters from the academy.

He has already given a first-team debut to 19-year-old winger Tahith Chong while midfielder James Garner was part of the squad that travelled to Tottenham.

Next in line is 17-year-old striker Mason Greenwood, who has scored 24 goals in just 20 games for United’s youth teams this season.

“There are players there coming through and Mason is one of them,” said Solskjaer. “You’ve got to remember that he’s only 17. He’s knocking on the door to get his first appearance.”

Article source: http://www.espnfc.com/manchester-united/story/3753645/manchester-uniteds-lukaku-has-similar-dilemma-to-manager-solskjaers


Like Messi, size shouldn’t hinder Real Betis’ Diego Lainez

Diego Lainez joined Real Betis last week.

Former Barcelona defender Rafa Marquez is backing fellow Mexican Diego Lainez to succeed at Real Betis despite his slight frame, questioning whether Lionel Messi‘s size has been an impediment to the Argentine.

Lainez signed for Betis from Club America last weekend and a lot is expected from a player projected to be a future El Tri star.

“We’ve got to give him time and be patient,” the 39-year-old Marquez said in an interview with ESPN. “Height? Ask Leo Messi, I don’t think [it’s an issue]. Without comparing [Lainez to Messi], they are the type of player that can make a difference, they are destabilizing.”

Marquez is the only player in history to captain a team at five World Cups and “El Kaiser” had some advice for incoming Mexico coach Gerardo “Tata” Martino.

“He’s got the experience of being in important teams and national teams,” said Marquez. “I think he has the record to be able to do a good job with the national team. “

“He’ll have to work as he has, trying not to be influenced by other motives and believing in what has got him here [with El Tri].

“The role of the coach is very important in the media. People get so passionate and the pressure so great that on occasion you can let it influence you.”

Martino is likely to initiate a gradual generational change following Mexico’s round-of-16 exit at last summer’s World Cup, but Marquez believes the established El Tri players in Europe deserve the chance to not be immediately excluded.

“We have to be guided by those that have more experience, are in better form and can keep contributing to the national team, those are the most important [issues],” stated Marquez. “Then come players in Mexico that are playing well and can add positives.”

Marquez was named among 22 people sanctioned by the U.S. government for alleged drug trafficking ties back in August 2017 and his future as a player or even within the game was in serious doubt, with his accounts frozen and access to his money restricted.

The Michoacan native, who retired at the end of Russia 2018, said the experience helped him learn who his friends are.

“I am very thankful to the few friends that I have left,” he said.

Marquez’s Atlas is currently in eighth position in the Liga MX’s 2018 Clausura, with one win and one loss from the first two games of the season.

Article source: http://www.espnfc.com/real-betis/story/3753743/like-messi-size-shouldnt-hinder-real-betis-diego-lainez-rafa-marquez



Manchester United vs Brighton | Premier League Football Predictions | 19/01/19

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