Paul Pogba must learn to deal with being blamed for Manchester United’s shortcomings but can emerge from a tough start to his second spell at Old Trafford, according to Park Ji-Sung.The World Cup winner returned to the club for £89 million ($113m) in the summer of 2016 from Juventus, but has yet to begin to repay that fee.Pogba’s relationship with Jose Mourinho has been the central narrative of his second coming prior to the Portuguese coach’s sacking earlier this month. Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? On-the-field, Pogba’s form has wavered significantly and Park – a winner of 13 major honours during his spell at United – says he must deal with his displays being heavily scrutinised.”It’s inevitable, he is a star player in the team who gets enormous interest from people,” he told Goal.”It’s obvious that the blame will be on him if the team is not doing well.”But on the other hand, he will be the one praised when the team is doing well.”He has to overcome the situation. He’s a positive player, so I think he wouldn’t really mind. I’m sure he can get over it.”The final three years of Park’s time at United overlapped with the end of Pogba’s first spell at the club, which ended when he moved to Juve in 2012.And the ex-South Korea international admits that even at a tender age and while learning his trade in the academy, his talent was known to even the senior members of the club.Park added: “He wasn’t a first-team player. He was an academy player sometimes called up in training and matches.”He was physically and technically excellent, and a lot of people talked about him. He was famous even when he was an academy player.”There was no doubt he would become a first-team player one day. It was just a matter of how big a player he would become.” Check out Goal’s Premier League 2019-20 fantasy football podcast for game tips, debate and rivalries.
Region Two farmers are set to benefit from the construction of a relief structure at Good Hope, Essequibo Coast.Region Two Chairman Devanand RamdattRegion Two Regional Chairman, Devanand Ramdatt, was quoted by GINA, today, as saying that construction will be done this year.“The importance of that project (Good Hope relief structure), will reduce the amount of water that is wasted as well as better regulate it once the structure is implemented at the earliest,” Ramdatt added.The Regional Chairman highlighted that water management and drainage and irrigation are critical factors to agriculture and necessary for suitable crop and livestock production.Ramdatt said that the Regional Administration will also construct a number of regulators and sluices in other areas and that a number of the region’s drainage and irrigation pumps will be maintained. Ramdatt said the workforce in the RDC will be handling most of the projects instead of contract workers.The Region’s major drainage problem is the heavy deposit in the drainage outfall channels between Devonshire Castle and La Union, including Hampton Court, Lima, Anna Regina, Three Friends, Taymouth Manor and Capoey. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related$34M speed boat landing for Supenaam stelling in the pipeline- Regional ChairmanJanuary 12, 2018In “latest news”Flooding halts Christmas Celebrations in Region 2December 26, 2016In “Environment”Rice farmers call for establishment of development bank to ease burdenFebruary 27, 2017In “Local News”