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Saturday, 30 July 2016

The sensational £100 million transfer of Paul Pogba (The French Lee Cattermole) to Manchester United is being held up by one tiny detail. Pogba's involvement in a upcoming TV show which he will host called: Pogbas Pogs.

In the ten part series (with the tag line "Are You Kini?") Pogba will look back at the 90s craze that swept the globe Pogs.

Manchester United manager, and all round whiner extraordinaire, Jose Mourinho obviously wants Pogba to concentrate on his football whereas Pogba wants to honour his commitment to to something that brought him so much joy as a child.

Paul Pogba's agent (who stands to make £20million when the transfer goes through. For what? Answering the fucking phone? Can we give up our day jobs as street sweepers to become football agents?) has stressed to United that his client is "deeply entrenched" in the Pogs phenomenon and will not walk away from the series until it's completion.

United are thought to be seeking a compromise. The show is to be put on hold until Pogba suffers the inevitable long term injury from a Tony Pulis player and is out for the season. Then he will be free to concentrate on his program. Pogba obviously isn't happy about this as what man could be taken seriously as a Pog player if he's suffering from a knee ligament injury.

That monumental bell-end Jose said

This is obviously Wenger's fault.

Pogba's Pogs is to be shown on Sky Atlantic in the Autumn.

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