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Postby chanoudom » Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:16 am

62% of Manchester United fans would allow Paul Pogba to return to Juventus
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Corriere dello 188bet Sport recently reported that Paul Pogba wants a Manchester United exit in order to return to former club Juventus. The Red Devils lost Pogba to the Serie A outfit in 2012, when the midfielder headed for the Italian giants having not signed a new contract with the Premier League club. United then re-signed the 64-cap France international for a then-world record transfer fee of £89 million in the summer of 2016.

The 25-year-old has since been a regular in Jose Mourinho’s starting XI, though has only fleetingly impressed and 188bet shown his true ability. All too often, the Frenchman has struggled to perform consistently in the Premier League and has often looked stifled by the Portuguese coach’s tactical approach.

As per the aforementioned report, Pogba seemingly now wants a return to Turin where he enjoyed considerably more success on the pitch. The move would probably be a good one for the midfielder, and United would perhaps benefit from the enforced reshuffle and rethink that his exit would cause.

That being said, Pogba’s departure would represent another embarrassing reflection upon the Red Devils’ transfer policy in recent years. Many United fans would still be happy to see Pogba go, though. Of those we polled,188bet 62% voted in favour of allowing the World Cup winner to return to Juventus. See the full results below.
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Tottenham vs Chelsea preview: Londoners meet in Carabao Cup

Postby chanoudom » Tue Jan 08, 2019 3:25 am

Tottenham vs Chelsea preview: Londoners meet in Carabao Cup semi-final first leg

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London rivals Tottenham sbothai and Chelsea meet in a blockbuster Carabao Cup semi-final first leg at Wembley on Tuesday. Mauricio Pochettino and Maurizio Sarri are both attempting to win the first major trophy of their managerial careers - they are the only current managers of top six teams yet to win any major honours.Sarri's first two losses as Chelsea boss came at Wembley, in August's Community Shield and, after an 18-match unbeaten run, against Spurs on November 24.

In that game, Spurs scored twice in the opening 16 minutes and Sarri afterwards bemoaned his side's attitude.He said on Monday that his team must match Spurs' desire before tactics can be taken into account.He added: sbothai "We need to approach the match in another way, because we lost the match in the first 15 minutes. They were really more aggressive than us, more determined than us.

"Now we know very well if we approach the same there's no solution for us. I want to speak before about this, otherwise it's useless to speak about tactics. sbothai "Meanwhile, over the last 10 years since Jan 2009, Tottenham have played in six major semi-finals, but lost all four against teams from the same division. They have only beaten League One Sheffield Utd and then Championship club Burnley in that period.
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