Foreverinbluedreams wrote: Mase wrote: Foreverinbluedreams wrote:
Saul Goodman wrote:I hope the other players in the locker room are getting tired of his antics. Maybe that will finally teach him to buckle down, work hard, and concentrate on being able to...ya know...play football.
Because ya know, we have any idea what is going on behind the scenes.
Do you not think that the fact Pep is being asked during a presser where Mendy is and he's made to look like a dick is a distraction itself?
The only person that looked a dick there was the journalist who asked the question.
Enough Benjamin Mendy should cut back on social media, says former Manchester City captain Richard Dunne
Mendy has been plagued by knee injuries since joining City in 2017, but has always been active on Twitter and Instagram
By Jake Bacon
13th March 2019, 12:16 pm
Former Manchester City captain Richard Dunne believes Benjamin Mendy should spend less time on social media.
Knee injuries have restricted the Frenchman to just 20 appearances since joining City in a £52million deal from Monaco in 2017.
During that time, Mendy has been very active on Twitter and Instagram, making him a fans’ favourite at the Etihad.
But Dunne, who made 352 appearances for City between 2000 and 2009, wants the left-back to focus on his football.
He told grandnational.org.uk: “[Paul] Pogba was on social media all the time earlier this season and wasn’t playing well.
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“Like Mendy, it’s great having a laugh but make sure you’re contributing to the success of the club and not just feeding off of it.
“Make sure you’re doing your job before you’re posting anything.
“It’s a bit of distraction, and something the manager could do without.”
Mendy’s injury problems will reportedly force City boss Pep Guardiola to seek a replacement in the summer transfer window.