Cape Town - Paul Pogba has apologised to the
Manchester United fans and says the mentality of the players has to
change in the wake of the Everton defeat.
Alarm bells are ringing following the 4-0 defeat against the Toffees,
their third loss in five games, which left them sitting sixth in the
Premier League with four games to go.
The feel-good factor that was produced from a fine run of results
under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer when he first took charge, has now
disappeared and the finger is again being pointed at more than one
United now face Manchester City on Wednesday night, and one of the
players who has been criticised, Pogba, admits things have to change
"The way we played and the performance of myself, of the team, of everyone is disrespectful," Pogba told Sky Sports.
"Everything went wrong, but the mentality on the pitch has to change."
United are three points behind third-placed Tottenham and
fourth-placed Chelsea and two behind fifth-placed Arsenal, and will miss
out on a place in the Champions League unless there is a dramatic
improvement in form and other results go their way.