Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has welcomed Paul Pogba’s reduced social media presence in recent weeks, but has defended the midfielder’s extrovert nature and has encouraged him to continue being true to himself. With just 60 tweets on his account in over four years Solskjaer admits he’s no social media guru, but believes sites such as Twitter and Instagram can give your critics ammunition, especially when results aren’t going your way. The launch of Jesse Lingard’s own clothing range, attended by many of his teammates, in the week before the Anfield fixture with Liverpool in December was criticised by former United players Gary Neville and Roy Keane on the back of the 3-1 defeat to Liverpool. But United are unbeaten in the league since then, with Solskjaer taking over in the week after the Merseyside humbling, and the Norwegian wants his players to continue being responsible on social media. “Paul has always been a larger-than-life character. He has a fantastic family but you don’t do yourself any favours,” Solskjaer said of the social media spotlight. “You don’t want to give anyone an excuse really so, of course, you don’t go to the Brit awards this week. “We know leading up to the… Read full this story
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