Paul Pogba will likely depart Manchester United but he could clash with Zinedine Zidane if he joins Real Madrid, according to the man who helped start the midfielder’s career.The World Cup winner has been consistently linked with a transfer to Los Blancos since declaring he wanted a new challenge prior to the Red Devils’ pre-season commencing.But the man who played a key role in discovering the superstar midfielder says Pogba is always likely to clash with his managers – citing the issues with Sir Alex Ferguson that saw him leave Manchester United the first time. Article continues below Editors’ Picks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare Messi a man for all Champions League seasons – but will this really be Barcelona’s? Are Chelsea this season’s Ajax? Super-subs Batshuayi & Pulisic show Blues can dare to dream “If Paul has a coach with a strong personality around him, in time there will be a clash somewhere,” Le Havre head of recruitment Franck Sale told Optus Sport. “When he left for Juventus a few years ago, with Alex Ferguson that was very complicated too. Paul didn’t concede because he has such a strong character. So when he says, ‘I’m leaving’, he’s leaving.”If tomorrow he goes to a big club like a Real Madrid, he’ll still have his conflicts, even with Zizou [Zidane].”Sale’s scouts spotted Pogba playing in Paris when he was 12 years old and in a two-year period he was signed by Le Havre to continue his football development.And he believes the Frenchman has become too comfortable at Old Trafford and that he’s ready for a new challenge away from the club.”Paul is a man who needs to be challenged. I think he is becoming too comfortable at United. It’s not as demanding for him as it was a few years ago,” Sale said.”I think he is ready for a new challenge, that’s obvious. I can see him leaving for another big club searching for this new challenge.”Sale also revealed that Pogba displayed leadership qualities when he was a young player and that he has always been mentally strong and with the confidence to play the game his way.”It was him who led everyone, so I’m not surprised by his strong personality today,” he said.”You could see that he was already technically skillful. He possessed a strength of character and had a self-assurance that some would call arrogance.”He was someone that was sure of his fate, sure of his qualities.”
Initial media reports indicate that at least 39 people were killed, of whom 30 are schoolchildren between the ages of six and nine. “The Secretary-General reiterates his call on all warring sides in this brutal and bloody conflict to stop the indiscriminate use of any weapons immediately,” his spokesperson said in a statement which extended condolences to the bereaved families. Mr. Ban appealed appeals to all Syrian, regional and international actors “to redouble their efforts to bring this horrific conflict to an end and help reach a long-overdue political solution,” according to the statement. According to media reports, the two blasts occurred as children were leaving the Ekremah al-Makhzoumi primary school in Homs.The attack is being called one of the deadliest in the area in months.
The dam where the body was found.The body of a 45-year-old man was this morning discovered at a dam at Naarstigheid, West Coast of Berbice (WCB).He has been identified as Suraj Sookdeo, also called “Terry”, of Number 11 Village, WCB.Suraj Sookdeo (left)According to his sister-in-law Bebi Bacchus, the man was last seen by the family at about 19:00h on Wednesday.According to the Bacchus, Sookdeo was in the habit of using of using illegal drugs and is a “known character” to the police.Police in Berbice are currently investigating the matter.Sookdeo, who lived with his brother and his wife, leaves to mourn one daughter. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related5 men charged with murdering Corentyne fishermanJune 3, 2016In “Court”Man stabbed by father died from perforation to lungsSeptember 10, 2018In “Crime”Berbice man found hanging with hands tied behind his back; cops launch probeFebruary 28, 2018In “latest news”