Futbol italiano: Juventus

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Pjanic ingin Juventus terus menjaga jarak dengan Napoli.
Pjanic: Napoli Vs Juventus Bakal Sengit Sampai Akhir
Pjanic ingin Juventus terus menjaga jarak dengan Napoli.
Pjanic ingin Juventus terus menjaga jarak dengan Napoli.
Pjanic: Napoli Vs Juventus Bakal Sengit Sampai Akhir
Pjanic ingin Juventus terus menjaga jarak dengan Napoli.
Il 29enne jolly difensivo tedesco, dopo l'ennesimo problema muscolare, è rientrato in gruppo. La Juventus deciderà il suo futuro con calma.
Calciomercato Juventus: riflessioni sul riscatto di Howedes
Il 29enne jolly difensivo tedesco, dopo l'ennesimo problema muscolare, è rientrato in gruppo. La Juventus deciderà il suo futuro con calma.
Il 29enne jolly difensivo tedesco, dopo l'ennesimo problema muscolare, è rientrato in gruppo. La Juventus deciderà il suo futuro con calma.
Calciomercato Juventus: riflessioni sul riscatto di Howedes
Il 29enne jolly difensivo tedesco, dopo l'ennesimo problema muscolare, è rientrato in gruppo. La Juventus deciderà il suo futuro con calma.
Il 29enne jolly difensivo tedesco, dopo l'ennesimo problema muscolare, è rientrato in gruppo. La Juventus deciderà il suo futuro con calma.
Calciomercato Juventus: riflessioni sul riscatto di Howedes
Il 29enne jolly difensivo tedesco, dopo l'ennesimo problema muscolare, è rientrato in gruppo. La Juventus deciderà il suo futuro con calma.
<p>Centroavante brasileiro que fez carreira no futebol italiano. Jogou no Napoli, Chievo, Palermo, Juventus, Fiorentina e Torino. Chegou a ser convocado para jogar pela Seleção Italiana. Dono de técnica limitada, usava bem o corpo nas disputas com os zagueiros e era bom no jogo aéreo, mas nunca foi um grande artilheiro. (Gazeta Press) </p>
Amauri

Centroavante brasileiro que fez carreira no futebol italiano. Jogou no Napoli, Chievo, Palermo, Juventus, Fiorentina e Torino. Chegou a ser convocado para jogar pela Seleção Italiana. Dono de técnica limitada, usava bem o corpo nas disputas com os zagueiros e era bom no jogo aéreo, mas nunca foi um grande artilheiro. (Gazeta Press)

Centroavante brasileiro que fez carreira no futebol italiano. Jogou no Napoli, Chievo, Palermo, Juventus, Fiorentina e Torino. Chegou a ser convocado para jogar pela Seleção Italiana. Dono de técnica limitada, usava bem o corpo nas disputas com os zagueiros e era bom no jogo aéreo, mas nunca foi um grande artilheiro. (Gazeta Press)
Amauri
Centroavante brasileiro que fez carreira no futebol italiano. Jogou no Napoli, Chievo, Palermo, Juventus, Fiorentina e Torino. Chegou a ser convocado para jogar pela Seleção Italiana. Dono de técnica limitada, usava bem o corpo nas disputas com os zagueiros e era bom no jogo aéreo, mas nunca foi um grande artilheiro. (Gazeta Press)
<p>25/02, ore 18.00<br>JUVENTUS (4-3-3): Buffon; Lichtsteiner, Benatia, Chiellini, Asamoah; Khedira, Pjanic, Matuidi; Douglas Costa, Mandzukic, Alex Sandro. Allenatore: Allegri.<br>ATALANTA (3-4-1-2): Berisha; Toloi, Caldara, Masiello; Hateboer, Cristante, Freuler, Spinazzola; Ilicic; Gomez, Petagna. Allenatore: Gasperini.<br>(AP) </p>
Juventus – Atalanta

25/02, ore 18.00
JUVENTUS (4-3-3): Buffon; Lichtsteiner, Benatia, Chiellini, Asamoah; Khedira, Pjanic, Matuidi; Douglas Costa, Mandzukic, Alex Sandro. Allenatore: Allegri.
ATALANTA (3-4-1-2): Berisha; Toloi, Caldara, Masiello; Hateboer, Cristante, Freuler, Spinazzola; Ilicic; Gomez, Petagna. Allenatore: Gasperini.
(AP)

25/02, ore 18.00 JUVENTUS (4-3-3): Buffon; Lichtsteiner, Benatia, Chiellini, Asamoah; Khedira, Pjanic, Matuidi; Douglas Costa, Mandzukic, Alex Sandro. Allenatore: Allegri. ATALANTA (3-4-1-2): Berisha; Toloi, Caldara, Masiello; Hateboer, Cristante, Freuler, Spinazzola; Ilicic; Gomez, Petagna. Allenatore: Gasperini. (AP)
Juventus - Atalanta
25/02, ore 18.00 JUVENTUS (4-3-3): Buffon; Lichtsteiner, Benatia, Chiellini, Asamoah; Khedira, Pjanic, Matuidi; Douglas Costa, Mandzukic, Alex Sandro. Allenatore: Allegri. ATALANTA (3-4-1-2): Berisha; Toloi, Caldara, Masiello; Hateboer, Cristante, Freuler, Spinazzola; Ilicic; Gomez, Petagna. Allenatore: Gasperini. (AP)
Juventus dan Napoli bersaing merebut scudetto.
Pjanic: Persaingan Juventus dan Napoli Hingga Akhir Musim
Juventus dan Napoli bersaing merebut scudetto.
Juventus dan Napoli bersaing merebut scudetto.
Pjanic: Persaingan Juventus dan Napoli Hingga Akhir Musim
Juventus dan Napoli bersaing merebut scudetto.
Dopo essere stato trattato da Juventus e Roma, Carrasco è vicinissimo a firmare con il Dalian Yifang.
Anche Carrasco in Cina: investimento da 60 milioni
Dopo essere stato trattato da Juventus e Roma, Carrasco è vicinissimo a firmare con il Dalian Yifang.
Il centrocampista francese, smaltito il problema muscolare alla coscia sinistra, contro l&#39;Atalanta sarà regolarmente disponibile.
Dinamismo e letture magistrali: la Juventus recupera Matuidi
Il centrocampista francese, smaltito il problema muscolare alla coscia sinistra, contro l'Atalanta sarà regolarmente disponibile.
Il centrocampista francese, smaltito il problema muscolare alla coscia sinistra, contro l&#39;Atalanta sarà regolarmente disponibile.
Dinamismo e letture magistrali: la Juventus recupera Matuidi
Il centrocampista francese, smaltito il problema muscolare alla coscia sinistra, contro l'Atalanta sarà regolarmente disponibile.
Juventus handed Champions League injury boost as Gonzalo Higuain expects to lead line at Tottenham
Juventus handed Champions League injury boost as Gonzalo Higuain expects to lead line at Tottenham
Juventus handed Champions League injury boost as Gonzalo Higuain expects to lead line at Tottenham
Khedira sedang mempertimbangkan untuk hengkang dari Juventus dan kembali ke Bundesliga.
Khedira Beri Sinyal Tinggalkan Juventus
Khedira sedang mempertimbangkan untuk hengkang dari Juventus dan kembali ke Bundesliga.
Juventus ternyata sudah siap untuk kehilangan Claudio Marchisio.
Top 10 Berita Bola: Juventus Incar Gelandang AC Milan
Juventus ternyata sudah siap untuk kehilangan Claudio Marchisio.
Dopo il cambio tattico e l&#39;esclusione di Niang nel derby contro la Juventus, Walter Mazzarri col Verona riproporrà il 4-3-3 e il francese dal 1&#39;.
Torino, Mazzarri ci ripensa: 4-3-3 e Niang titolare
Dopo il cambio tattico e l'esclusione di Niang nel derby contro la Juventus, Walter Mazzarri col Verona riproporrà il 4-3-3 e il francese dal 1'.
Dopo il cambio tattico e l&#39;esclusione di Niang nel derby contro la Juventus, Walter Mazzarri col Verona riproporrà il 4-3-3 e il francese dal 1&#39;.
Torino, Mazzarri ci ripensa: 4-3-3 e Niang titolare
Dopo il cambio tattico e l'esclusione di Niang nel derby contro la Juventus, Walter Mazzarri col Verona riproporrà il 4-3-3 e il francese dal 1'.
Dopo il cambio tattico e l&#39;esclusione di Niang nel derby contro la Juventus, Walter Mazzarri col Verona riproporrà il 4-3-3 e il francese dal 1&#39;.
Torino, Mazzarri ci ripensa: 4-3-3 e Niang titolare
Dopo il cambio tattico e l'esclusione di Niang nel derby contro la Juventus, Walter Mazzarri col Verona riproporrà il 4-3-3 e il francese dal 1'.
Designati gli arbitri per il 26° turno di Serie A: il big match Roma-Milan affidato a Mazzoleni. Mariani per Juventus-Atalanta.
Serie A, gli arbitri della 26ª: Roma-Milan a Mazzoleni
Designati gli arbitri per il 26° turno di Serie A: il big match Roma-Milan affidato a Mazzoleni. Mariani per Juventus-Atalanta.
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has defended Paul Pogba with the 24-year-old under increasing pressure at Old Trafford. Jose Mourinho benched the Frenchman for Manchester United&#39;s Champions League first leg against Sevilla on Wednesday night after he missed Saturday&#39;s win over Huddersfield through illness. Pogba made an early appearance as a substitute, replacing the injured Ander Herrera in the 16th minute. Despite the scrutiny on Pogba&#39;s form, Keane suggested other United players were hiding behind the former Juventus star&#39;s &#39;big personality&#39;. &quot;[Paul] Pogba is a really good player,&quot; Keane told ITV Sport. Jose Mourinho provides Paul Pogba with tactical instructions Credit: Getty Images &quot;He is under a lot of pressure at the moment, there is a lot of speculation about him, he was left out tonight, but you&#39;d still have him in your starting XI. &quot;Off the field, he has a big personality with the social media, his haircuts, the cars he drives, he needs to bring that on the pitch. &quot;But United&#39;s problems aren&#39;t just with Pogba. Lukaku needs to do more, Sanchez has got to do better, they need to reinvest in some defenders. &quot;You can&#39;t keep pointing the finger at Pogba, but the lad has got to do better.&quot; Roy Keane suggested Manchester United need more from Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku Credit: Getty Images Keane also suggested Manchester United are still short of two or three players as they continue to re-build following the reigns of Louis van Gaal and David Moyes. &quot;To me they&#39;re still rebuilding and they&#39;re still two or three players short, so their short-term targets at the moment are to get through these ties without playing that well. &quot;If you&#39;re a player or a coach you&#39;ll be going back on the plane tonight going &#39;Listen lads, we didn&#39;t play great, but job done, we got a decent result and we expect to get through the second leg.&#39;&quot; Speaking after the game Mourinho decided to focus on the performance of Scott McTominay, before briefly touching on Pogba&#39;s appearance as a substitute. Roy Keane named Alexis Sanchez as a player in need of improvement Credit: Getty Images “In my pre-match interview, in four questions I had three about Paul, and Paul was not even playing,” Mourinho told BT Sport journalist, Des Kelly. “Respecting you and your work, I understand your question. But if I was one of you, I would ask if the Manchester United manager agrees that Scott McTominay had a fantastic performance, and my answer would be yes, he had a fantastic performance. &quot;Scott McTominay played very well...&quot; &quot;Can I hug you?! Thank you, thank you!&quot; &quot;No more Pogba questions!&quot; ��@DesKellyBTS and José Mourinho hug it out after the match �� pic.twitter.com/OFIIhkYLyZ— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) February 21, 2018 “He looked a senior player, a player with great maturity, with tactical sense, with a sense of responsibility, good in possession, good in pressing. He looked like a man with dozens and dozens of matches in the Champions League when this is only the second one. “Paul tried to give the team what I asked. Of course he lost a couple of possessions, but he also gave us stability, because we had a good percentage of ball possession away from home against a good team like Sevilla.”
Roy Keane defends Paul Pogba and demands more from two other Manchester United players
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has defended Paul Pogba with the 24-year-old under increasing pressure at Old Trafford. Jose Mourinho benched the Frenchman for Manchester United's Champions League first leg against Sevilla on Wednesday night after he missed Saturday's win over Huddersfield through illness. Pogba made an early appearance as a substitute, replacing the injured Ander Herrera in the 16th minute. Despite the scrutiny on Pogba's form, Keane suggested other United players were hiding behind the former Juventus star's 'big personality'. "[Paul] Pogba is a really good player," Keane told ITV Sport. Jose Mourinho provides Paul Pogba with tactical instructions Credit: Getty Images "He is under a lot of pressure at the moment, there is a lot of speculation about him, he was left out tonight, but you'd still have him in your starting XI. "Off the field, he has a big personality with the social media, his haircuts, the cars he drives, he needs to bring that on the pitch. "But United's problems aren't just with Pogba. Lukaku needs to do more, Sanchez has got to do better, they need to reinvest in some defenders. "You can't keep pointing the finger at Pogba, but the lad has got to do better." Roy Keane suggested Manchester United need more from Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku Credit: Getty Images Keane also suggested Manchester United are still short of two or three players as they continue to re-build following the reigns of Louis van Gaal and David Moyes. "To me they're still rebuilding and they're still two or three players short, so their short-term targets at the moment are to get through these ties without playing that well. "If you're a player or a coach you'll be going back on the plane tonight going 'Listen lads, we didn't play great, but job done, we got a decent result and we expect to get through the second leg.'" Speaking after the game Mourinho decided to focus on the performance of Scott McTominay, before briefly touching on Pogba's appearance as a substitute. Roy Keane named Alexis Sanchez as a player in need of improvement Credit: Getty Images “In my pre-match interview, in four questions I had three about Paul, and Paul was not even playing,” Mourinho told BT Sport journalist, Des Kelly. “Respecting you and your work, I understand your question. But if I was one of you, I would ask if the Manchester United manager agrees that Scott McTominay had a fantastic performance, and my answer would be yes, he had a fantastic performance. "Scott McTominay played very well..." "Can I hug you?! Thank you, thank you!" "No more Pogba questions!" ��@DesKellyBTS and José Mourinho hug it out after the match �� pic.twitter.com/OFIIhkYLyZ— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) February 21, 2018 “He looked a senior player, a player with great maturity, with tactical sense, with a sense of responsibility, good in possession, good in pressing. He looked like a man with dozens and dozens of matches in the Champions League when this is only the second one. “Paul tried to give the team what I asked. Of course he lost a couple of possessions, but he also gave us stability, because we had a good percentage of ball possession away from home against a good team like Sevilla.”
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has defended Paul Pogba with the 24-year-old under increasing pressure at Old Trafford. Jose Mourinho benched the Frenchman for Manchester United&#39;s Champions League first leg against Sevilla on Wednesday night after he missed Saturday&#39;s win over Huddersfield through illness. Pogba made an early appearance as a substitute, replacing the injured Ander Herrera in the 16th minute. Despite the scrutiny on Pogba&#39;s form, Keane suggested other United players were hiding behind the former Juventus star&#39;s &#39;big personality&#39;. &quot;[Paul] Pogba is a really good player,&quot; Keane told ITV Sport. Jose Mourinho provides Paul Pogba with tactical instructions Credit: Getty Images &quot;He is under a lot of pressure at the moment, there is a lot of speculation about him, he was left out tonight, but you&#39;d still have him in your starting XI. &quot;Off the field, he has a big personality with the social media, his haircuts, the cars he drives, he needs to bring that on the pitch. &quot;But United&#39;s problems aren&#39;t just with Pogba. Lukaku needs to do more, Sanchez has got to do better, they need to reinvest in some defenders. &quot;You can&#39;t keep pointing the finger at Pogba, but the lad has got to do better.&quot; Roy Keane suggested Manchester United need more from Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku Credit: Getty Images Keane also suggested Manchester United are still short of two or three players as they continue to re-build following the reigns of Louis van Gaal and David Moyes. &quot;To me they&#39;re still rebuilding and they&#39;re still two or three players short, so their short-term targets at the moment are to get through these ties without playing that well. &quot;If you&#39;re a player or a coach you&#39;ll be going back on the plane tonight going &#39;Listen lads, we didn&#39;t play great, but job done, we got a decent result and we expect to get through the second leg.&#39;&quot; Speaking after the game Mourinho decided to focus on the performance of Scott McTominay, before briefly touching on Pogba&#39;s appearance as a substitute. Roy Keane named Alexis Sanchez as a player in need of improvement Credit: Getty Images “In my pre-match interview, in four questions I had three about Paul, and Paul was not even playing,” Mourinho told BT Sport journalist, Des Kelly. “Respecting you and your work, I understand your question. But if I was one of you, I would ask if the Manchester United manager agrees that Scott McTominay had a fantastic performance, and my answer would be yes, he had a fantastic performance. &quot;Scott McTominay played very well...&quot; &quot;Can I hug you?! Thank you, thank you!&quot; &quot;No more Pogba questions!&quot; ��@DesKellyBTS and José Mourinho hug it out after the match �� pic.twitter.com/OFIIhkYLyZ— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) February 21, 2018 “He looked a senior player, a player with great maturity, with tactical sense, with a sense of responsibility, good in possession, good in pressing. He looked like a man with dozens and dozens of matches in the Champions League when this is only the second one. “Paul tried to give the team what I asked. Of course he lost a couple of possessions, but he also gave us stability, because we had a good percentage of ball possession away from home against a good team like Sevilla.”
Roy Keane defends Paul Pogba and demands more from two other Manchester United players
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has defended Paul Pogba with the 24-year-old under increasing pressure at Old Trafford. Jose Mourinho benched the Frenchman for Manchester United's Champions League first leg against Sevilla on Wednesday night after he missed Saturday's win over Huddersfield through illness. Pogba made an early appearance as a substitute, replacing the injured Ander Herrera in the 16th minute. Despite the scrutiny on Pogba's form, Keane suggested other United players were hiding behind the former Juventus star's 'big personality'. "[Paul] Pogba is a really good player," Keane told ITV Sport. Jose Mourinho provides Paul Pogba with tactical instructions Credit: Getty Images "He is under a lot of pressure at the moment, there is a lot of speculation about him, he was left out tonight, but you'd still have him in your starting XI. "Off the field, he has a big personality with the social media, his haircuts, the cars he drives, he needs to bring that on the pitch. "But United's problems aren't just with Pogba. Lukaku needs to do more, Sanchez has got to do better, they need to reinvest in some defenders. "You can't keep pointing the finger at Pogba, but the lad has got to do better." Roy Keane suggested Manchester United need more from Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku Credit: Getty Images Keane also suggested Manchester United are still short of two or three players as they continue to re-build following the reigns of Louis van Gaal and David Moyes. "To me they're still rebuilding and they're still two or three players short, so their short-term targets at the moment are to get through these ties without playing that well. "If you're a player or a coach you'll be going back on the plane tonight going 'Listen lads, we didn't play great, but job done, we got a decent result and we expect to get through the second leg.'" Speaking after the game Mourinho decided to focus on the performance of Scott McTominay, before briefly touching on Pogba's appearance as a substitute. Roy Keane named Alexis Sanchez as a player in need of improvement Credit: Getty Images “In my pre-match interview, in four questions I had three about Paul, and Paul was not even playing,” Mourinho told BT Sport journalist, Des Kelly. “Respecting you and your work, I understand your question. But if I was one of you, I would ask if the Manchester United manager agrees that Scott McTominay had a fantastic performance, and my answer would be yes, he had a fantastic performance. "Scott McTominay played very well..." "Can I hug you?! Thank you, thank you!" "No more Pogba questions!" ��@DesKellyBTS and José Mourinho hug it out after the match �� pic.twitter.com/OFIIhkYLyZ— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) February 21, 2018 “He looked a senior player, a player with great maturity, with tactical sense, with a sense of responsibility, good in possession, good in pressing. He looked like a man with dozens and dozens of matches in the Champions League when this is only the second one. “Paul tried to give the team what I asked. Of course he lost a couple of possessions, but he also gave us stability, because we had a good percentage of ball possession away from home against a good team like Sevilla.”
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has defended Paul Pogba with the 24-year-old under increasing pressure at Old Trafford. Jose Mourinho benched the Frenchman for Manchester United&#39;s Champions League first leg against Sevilla on Wednesday night after he missed Saturday&#39;s win over Huddersfield through illness. Pogba made an early appearance as a substitute, replacing the injured Ander Herrera in the 16th minute. Despite the scrutiny on Pogba&#39;s form, Keane suggested other United players were hiding behind the former Juventus star&#39;s &#39;big personality&#39;. &quot;[Paul] Pogba is a really good player,&quot; Keane told ITV Sport. Jose Mourinho provides Paul Pogba with tactical instructions Credit: Getty Images &quot;He is under a lot of pressure at the moment, there is a lot of speculation about him, he was left out tonight, but you&#39;d still have him in your starting XI. &quot;Off the field, he has a big personality with the social media, his haircuts, the cars he drives, he needs to bring that on the pitch. &quot;But United&#39;s problems aren&#39;t just with Pogba. Lukaku needs to do more, Sanchez has got to do better, they need to reinvest in some defenders. &quot;You can&#39;t keep pointing the finger at Pogba, but the lad has got to do better.&quot; Roy Keane suggested Manchester United need more from Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku Credit: Getty Images Keane also suggested Manchester United are still short of two or three players as they continue to re-build following the reigns of Louis van Gaal and David Moyes. &quot;To me they&#39;re still rebuilding and they&#39;re still two or three players short, so their short-term targets at the moment are to get through these ties without playing that well. &quot;If you&#39;re a player or a coach you&#39;ll be going back on the plane tonight going &#39;Listen lads, we didn&#39;t play great, but job done, we got a decent result and we expect to get through the second leg.&#39;&quot; Speaking after the game Mourinho decided to focus on the performance of Scott McTominay, before briefly touching on Pogba&#39;s appearance as a substitute. Roy Keane named Alexis Sanchez as a player in need of improvement Credit: Getty Images “In my pre-match interview, in four questions I had three about Paul, and Paul was not even playing,” Mourinho told BT Sport journalist, Des Kelly. “Respecting you and your work, I understand your question. But if I was one of you, I would ask if the Manchester United manager agrees that Scott McTominay had a fantastic performance, and my answer would be yes, he had a fantastic performance. &quot;Scott McTominay played very well...&quot; &quot;Can I hug you?! Thank you, thank you!&quot; &quot;No more Pogba questions!&quot; ��@DesKellyBTS and José Mourinho hug it out after the match �� pic.twitter.com/OFIIhkYLyZ— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) February 21, 2018 “He looked a senior player, a player with great maturity, with tactical sense, with a sense of responsibility, good in possession, good in pressing. He looked like a man with dozens and dozens of matches in the Champions League when this is only the second one. “Paul tried to give the team what I asked. Of course he lost a couple of possessions, but he also gave us stability, because we had a good percentage of ball possession away from home against a good team like Sevilla.”
Roy Keane defends Paul Pogba and demands more from two other Manchester United players
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has defended Paul Pogba with the 24-year-old under increasing pressure at Old Trafford. Jose Mourinho benched the Frenchman for Manchester United's Champions League first leg against Sevilla on Wednesday night after he missed Saturday's win over Huddersfield through illness. Pogba made an early appearance as a substitute, replacing the injured Ander Herrera in the 16th minute. Despite the scrutiny on Pogba's form, Keane suggested other United players were hiding behind the former Juventus star's 'big personality'. "[Paul] Pogba is a really good player," Keane told ITV Sport. Jose Mourinho provides Paul Pogba with tactical instructions Credit: Getty Images "He is under a lot of pressure at the moment, there is a lot of speculation about him, he was left out tonight, but you'd still have him in your starting XI. "Off the field, he has a big personality with the social media, his haircuts, the cars he drives, he needs to bring that on the pitch. "But United's problems aren't just with Pogba. Lukaku needs to do more, Sanchez has got to do better, they need to reinvest in some defenders. "You can't keep pointing the finger at Pogba, but the lad has got to do better." Roy Keane suggested Manchester United need more from Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku Credit: Getty Images Keane also suggested Manchester United are still short of two or three players as they continue to re-build following the reigns of Louis van Gaal and David Moyes. "To me they're still rebuilding and they're still two or three players short, so their short-term targets at the moment are to get through these ties without playing that well. "If you're a player or a coach you'll be going back on the plane tonight going 'Listen lads, we didn't play great, but job done, we got a decent result and we expect to get through the second leg.'" Speaking after the game Mourinho decided to focus on the performance of Scott McTominay, before briefly touching on Pogba's appearance as a substitute. Roy Keane named Alexis Sanchez as a player in need of improvement Credit: Getty Images “In my pre-match interview, in four questions I had three about Paul, and Paul was not even playing,” Mourinho told BT Sport journalist, Des Kelly. “Respecting you and your work, I understand your question. But if I was one of you, I would ask if the Manchester United manager agrees that Scott McTominay had a fantastic performance, and my answer would be yes, he had a fantastic performance. "Scott McTominay played very well..." "Can I hug you?! Thank you, thank you!" "No more Pogba questions!" ��@DesKellyBTS and José Mourinho hug it out after the match �� pic.twitter.com/OFIIhkYLyZ— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) February 21, 2018 “He looked a senior player, a player with great maturity, with tactical sense, with a sense of responsibility, good in possession, good in pressing. He looked like a man with dozens and dozens of matches in the Champions League when this is only the second one. “Paul tried to give the team what I asked. Of course he lost a couple of possessions, but he also gave us stability, because we had a good percentage of ball possession away from home against a good team like Sevilla.”
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has defended Paul Pogba with the 24-year-old under increasing pressure at Old Trafford. Jose Mourinho benched the Frenchman for Manchester United&#39;s Champions League first leg against Sevilla on Wednesday night after he missed Saturday&#39;s win over Huddersfield through illness. Pogba made an early appearance as a substitute, replacing the injured Ander Herrera in the 16th minute. Despite the scrutiny on Pogba&#39;s form, Keane suggested other United players were hiding behind the former Juventus star&#39;s &#39;big personality&#39;. &quot;[Paul] Pogba is a really good player,&quot; Keane told ITV Sport. Jose Mourinho provides Paul Pogba with tactical instructions Credit: Getty Images &quot;He is under a lot of pressure at the moment, there is a lot of speculation about him, he was left out tonight, but you&#39;d still have him in your starting XI. &quot;Off the field, he has a big personality with the social media, his haircuts, the cars he drives, he needs to bring that on the pitch. &quot;But United&#39;s problems aren&#39;t just with Pogba. Lukaku needs to do more, Sanchez has got to do better, they need to reinvest in some defenders. &quot;You can&#39;t keep pointing the finger at Pogba, but the lad has got to do better.&quot; Roy Keane suggested Manchester United need more from Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku Credit: Getty Images Keane also suggested Manchester United are still short of two or three players as they continue to re-build following the reigns of Louis van Gaal and David Moyes. &quot;To me they&#39;re still rebuilding and they&#39;re still two or three players short, so their short-term targets at the moment are to get through these ties without playing that well. &quot;If you&#39;re a player or a coach you&#39;ll be going back on the plane tonight going &#39;Listen lads, we didn&#39;t play great, but job done, we got a decent result and we expect to get through the second leg.&#39;&quot; Speaking after the game Mourinho decided to focus on the performance of Scott McTominay, before briefly touching on Pogba&#39;s appearance as a substitute. Roy Keane named Alexis Sanchez as a player in need of improvement Credit: Getty Images “In my pre-match interview, in four questions I had three about Paul, and Paul was not even playing,” Mourinho told BT Sport journalist, Des Kelly. “Respecting you and your work, I understand your question. But if I was one of you, I would ask if the Manchester United manager agrees that Scott McTominay had a fantastic performance, and my answer would be yes, he had a fantastic performance. &quot;Scott McTominay played very well...&quot; &quot;Can I hug you?! Thank you, thank you!&quot; &quot;No more Pogba questions!&quot; ��@DesKellyBTS and José Mourinho hug it out after the match �� pic.twitter.com/OFIIhkYLyZ— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) February 21, 2018 “He looked a senior player, a player with great maturity, with tactical sense, with a sense of responsibility, good in possession, good in pressing. He looked like a man with dozens and dozens of matches in the Champions League when this is only the second one. “Paul tried to give the team what I asked. Of course he lost a couple of possessions, but he also gave us stability, because we had a good percentage of ball possession away from home against a good team like Sevilla.”
Roy Keane defends Paul Pogba and demands more from two other Manchester United players
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has defended Paul Pogba with the 24-year-old under increasing pressure at Old Trafford. Jose Mourinho benched the Frenchman for Manchester United's Champions League first leg against Sevilla on Wednesday night after he missed Saturday's win over Huddersfield through illness. Pogba made an early appearance as a substitute, replacing the injured Ander Herrera in the 16th minute. Despite the scrutiny on Pogba's form, Keane suggested other United players were hiding behind the former Juventus star's 'big personality'. "[Paul] Pogba is a really good player," Keane told ITV Sport. Jose Mourinho provides Paul Pogba with tactical instructions Credit: Getty Images "He is under a lot of pressure at the moment, there is a lot of speculation about him, he was left out tonight, but you'd still have him in your starting XI. "Off the field, he has a big personality with the social media, his haircuts, the cars he drives, he needs to bring that on the pitch. "But United's problems aren't just with Pogba. Lukaku needs to do more, Sanchez has got to do better, they need to reinvest in some defenders. "You can't keep pointing the finger at Pogba, but the lad has got to do better." Roy Keane suggested Manchester United need more from Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku Credit: Getty Images Keane also suggested Manchester United are still short of two or three players as they continue to re-build following the reigns of Louis van Gaal and David Moyes. "To me they're still rebuilding and they're still two or three players short, so their short-term targets at the moment are to get through these ties without playing that well. "If you're a player or a coach you'll be going back on the plane tonight going 'Listen lads, we didn't play great, but job done, we got a decent result and we expect to get through the second leg.'" Speaking after the game Mourinho decided to focus on the performance of Scott McTominay, before briefly touching on Pogba's appearance as a substitute. Roy Keane named Alexis Sanchez as a player in need of improvement Credit: Getty Images “In my pre-match interview, in four questions I had three about Paul, and Paul was not even playing,” Mourinho told BT Sport journalist, Des Kelly. “Respecting you and your work, I understand your question. But if I was one of you, I would ask if the Manchester United manager agrees that Scott McTominay had a fantastic performance, and my answer would be yes, he had a fantastic performance. "Scott McTominay played very well..." "Can I hug you?! Thank you, thank you!" "No more Pogba questions!" ��@DesKellyBTS and José Mourinho hug it out after the match �� pic.twitter.com/OFIIhkYLyZ— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) February 21, 2018 “He looked a senior player, a player with great maturity, with tactical sense, with a sense of responsibility, good in possession, good in pressing. He looked like a man with dozens and dozens of matches in the Champions League when this is only the second one. “Paul tried to give the team what I asked. Of course he lost a couple of possessions, but he also gave us stability, because we had a good percentage of ball possession away from home against a good team like Sevilla.”

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