Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho on reported Paul Pogba fallout and vice-captain role

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In the build-up, to the shock Carabao Cup defeat to Frank Lampard's Derby County Mourinho confirmed the France international will no longer captain the Red Devils.

According to Sky Sports news, the decision was reportedly made after the World Cup winner's attitude was questioned for his sly dig at Mourinho after the 1-1 draw with Wolves.

Pogba claimed his need to be more attacking and told the reporter he needed to 'ask the manager' why the team aren't playing fluid front-foot football.

"The only truth is that I made the decision for him not to be second captain any more but there is no fallout, no problem," Mourinho told reporters.

"I am the manager I can make these decisions."