France and Manchester United star Paul Pogba believes he did not focus on his game after claiming the summer World Cup trophy with the Les Bleus in Russian Federation just like club boss Jose Mourinho predicted.
Under him, United have won 79 of those contests - including last weekend's stunning 3-2 comeback against Newcastle United - giving him a 60% win percentage, while also losing 25 times.
Pogba insists he is the ideal go-between for the older players and younger members of Didier Deschamps' squad.
"I think he (Pogba) has done it on objective, and I don't think that is right", Saha, 40, said."It's the wrong communication, it puts pressure on the manager. with those talks you should do it in the dressing room with your manager".
United's hard start in the Premier League all seems a long away from France's glory in Russian Federation, but reunited again with his France teammates, Pogba was happy to recall that defender Adil Rami had described him as the team's "real leader" at the World Cup.
"I've never played in the France team to be captain, being here is already a big thing for me".
"He's one of a number of United players that, once Mourinho goes, will have to be outed by the new regime", he said.
"For me, a leader isn't someone who wears something on his arm, who puts on the captain's armband". You should be like "I should score, score, score".
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