Paul Pogba out with a long term injury, confirms Mourinho

Hope Soto
October 3, 2017

Jose Mourinho's side's impressive season continued with a comfortable 4-1 win away to CSKA, as the Red Devils notched their second straight win in the Champions League group stage.

Shaka Hislop says Jose Mourinho should stop complaining about the weather and be happy with United's win at Southampton. Speaking as a pundit on ITV's.

"We are looking at these outstanding strikers all in great form but the time to judge them will be at the end of the season when the medals and trophies are being handed out".

Pogba has been unavailable since September 12, when he hobbled off with a hamstring problem against Basel in the Champions League, an issue manager Mourinho has since revealed will keep the midfielder out "long-term".

Mourinho, who hailed Lukaku's development since last working with the player during their time at Chelsea, said he must continue leading United's line until Ibrahimovic's return.

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Like Young, it is believed Blind will be back at Old Trafford next term. "We've got pace, we've got power, but we've also got quality players".

Manchester United thrashed an all-confident CSKA Moscow side 4-1 in Russian Federation and underlined their utter dominance once again this season.

United, who are on 16 points from six games on the back of Lukaku's fine finishing, host Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday. I just think it's odd because in every country the decisions are made to protect the clubs and here that doesn't happen.

"And we have to play tomorrow so mentality is very important". "Ibra, Pogba, Rojo, I don't think about these players".

While irked by the ongoing scheduling issues impacting teams in continental action, Mourinho did not want to be seen as moaning as it "doesn't give me solutions".

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