Former Manchester United forward Dimitar Berbatov shared his expectations for the return of English midfielder Paul Pogba, who missed a significant part of the season due to injury.
“United have a big help in the form of Paul Pogba’s return. This is great news for the team. But there is also a danger, because he has not played for a long time. Let’s hope it’s 100% ready.
Will he be a starting player? I’m not sure about that. I think that coming back from injury can affect his position. I wonder if sulsher will decide to throw him into battle right away.
It is also interesting that we will see for the first time together Bruno Fernandes and Pogba. I wonder if they will be able to interact successfully, ” Berbatov wrote in his column on Betfair. This is reported by Rambler.
Pogba on the death of George Floyd: “Violent acts of racism can no longer be tolerated. Racism is ignorance. Love is the reason»
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has spoken out about the African-American George Floyd who died in the US.
“I’ve been thinking a lot about how to Express my feelings about what happened in Minneapolis over the past few days. I felt anger, pity, hatred, resentment, pain, sadness.
I am sorry for George and all the black people who suffer from racism every day: in football, at work, at school, anywhere!
This must end once and for all! Not tomorrow, not the day after tomorrow – it must end today!
Violent acts of racism can no longer be tolerated. Racism is ignorance. Love is the reason. Stop being silent! Stop the racism! #JusticeForFloyd #BlackLivesMatter, ” Pogba wrote on instagram.
Floyd, 46, was arrested by Minneapolis police on may 25 when a store clerk suspected that the man was paying with a fake $ 20 bill. Police officer Derek Chauvin threw Floyd to the ground and pinned his neck with his knee. The officer held George in this position for more than seven minutes.
Floyd died in the hospital. Videos of him repeatedly saying that he could not breathe quickly spread in the media. The four police officers involved in the death were dismissed the next day.
In Minneapolis, and then across the country, protests began, which resulted in clashes with police. On may 29, Chauvin was arrested and charged with murder. But the riots continue and in a number of cities have turned into pogroms.