"In my managerial career, I learned some of the best players have a physical ability you cannot train. A better base: they don't fall. It's not that they work 500 per cent harder. They might have a little bit of that, but it's more complex.
"We all saw Paul Pogba. He was here, he was there, selfie, selfie, 9,000 of them, all summer. And then he comes to Manchester United has, what, two training sessions, and plays 90 minutes against Southampton. You think, how?
"They're different. Diego Maradona was different. He never really trained. He would warm up with his shoes undone."