As far back as I can remember, footballers have fallen out with their coaches and managers. It really is nothing new. Over the decades there have been some spectacular disputes, including punch ups, between players and their bosses. In days of old, they were covered up. A 'nothing to see here' approach was hard to contradict in the days before everyone was a photographer or cameraman and before footballers shared their daily existence on social media.
Clearly Paul Pogba has fallen foul of what a friend of mine who has worked at Chelsea for many years says is the biggest . . .
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