Jose Mourinho's touchline comments may be investigated by lip reader

Jose Mourinho's touchline comments may be investigated by lip reader

Mourinho's men turned around a 2-0 half-time deficit to beat Newcastle United 3-2 at the weekend and the experienced coach will hope the result can prove a turning point in their campaign.

Manchester United star Paul Pogba admits he lost some focus after winning the 2018 World Cup with France, causing him to make a slow start to the season.

While he has been told by United not to speak to the UK media for the foreseeable future, the midfielder has spoken to the French media while he was away on global duty and was asked whether he had an ambition to lead the France team.

Hugo Lloris lifted the trophy in Moscow in mid-July as Didier Deschamps' captain, and Pogba said he would continue being an influential figure in the squad even if he never replaced the Tottenham goalkeeper. With those talks, you should do it in the dressing room with your manager. I spoke with Hugo (Lloris), Blaise (Matuidi), (Raphael) Varane, to say that this World Cup we really had to put everything in place to win it.

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The tall midfielder, said to be unsettled and chasing a move to Barcelona after being at loggerheads with manager Mourinho for the past year, has once again shown when it comes to being flashy on and off the pitch, there are few who can match him.

"There is definitely things going on where [it] is completely wrong and there is so much potential that you still have hope that things can be fixed".

Should he be found by the FA to have used "offensive, insulting or abusive language" he could face a touchline ban when he returns to his former club Chelsea for Manchester United's first game back after the worldwide break.

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