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gerrard hails man united's pogba

Discussion in 'Sports' started by Prime, Jan 3, 2017.

  1. Prime

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    Liverpool legend, Steven Gerrard says
    Manchester
    United midfielder, Paul Pogba’s is a
    phenomenal
    and has a scary potential.
    He says the France star is improving
    every
    week
    at Manchester United and feels he
    will only
    continue to grow, which is a concern
    for all
    of his
    side’s rivals.
    After initially struggling to find his
    feet in
    the
    Premier League, Pogba’s true colours
    have
    shone
    through in recent weeks and the 23-
    year-
    old has
    impressed since Jose Mourinho
    placed him
    in a
    midfield three alongside Ander
    Herrera and
    Michael
    Carrick.
    Gerrard told BT Sport, “I think he’s
    got
    better and
    stronger week by week. He’s
    obviously a
    phenomenal talent.
    “I think coming with that big price
    tag
    early on has
    weighed him down a bit and
    Manchester
    United
    weren’t in the rhythm but I think
    now
    they’ve found
    his best position.
    “I think Carrick complements him so
    well
    and now
    we’re seeing the Paul Pogba that we
    all
    expected to
    see and he’s only going to get better
    and
    better.
    “He’s young, he’s leggy, he’s got all
    the
    tools in the
    bag and there’s no doubt about it
    he’s one
    of the
    best midfielders now and he’s going
    to get
    better
    which is a scary thought being a
    Liverpool
    fan!”
     

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