Paul Pogba’s new documentary – titled ‘The Pogmentary’ – was released on Amazon Prime on June 17.
The series examines Pogba’s time at Manchester United and his reasons for leaving the club, as well as giving fans a glimpse of his everyday life.
In perhaps the most talked about scene from the documentary, Pogba and Mino Raiola are seen discussing a contract offer from United.
But the two come to an agreement that the contract offer is not acceptable, with Pogba going as far as dismissing the offer as ‘nothing’.
“They’re bluffing. How can you tell a player you absolutely want him and offer him nothing? Never seen that,” Pogba told Mino Raiola when he hears of the offer.
“Playing is all that matters, winning too. My thought process is to show Manchester they shouldn’t have waited this long to offer a contract and to show other clubs that Manchester made a mistake in not offering a contract.”
A week has now passed since the documentary has been released. But how has it been received?
Not well at all, it seems. The documentary has a dismal 1.0/10 rating on IMDB.
At the time of writing, 6,536 fans have had their say. 6,191 (94.7%) have given it a 1 rating.
Over 350 of those have left a review and some of them are just brutal.
jp30019 wrote: “Self obsessed sob story. Worst documentary I’ve ever watched.”
“Don’t watch. You’ll feel like poking your eyes out after and will never get the time back. Ever.” neil-hales21 commented.
tonymontana250-600-47684619 wrote: “Shocking turned off after 5 mins as constantly chatting s*** all about himself.”
markwhelan-1354121’s review read: “I’d give it a zero if I could. Don’t waste your time or the electricity by watching this.”
“How can a documentary be this bad. Really poorly structured and a total waste of time. Clear avoid for anyone who hasn’t watched this.” siddharth-ck22 wrote.
dmckeown-0522621 said: “Wow, where do I start on this! This is by far the most ridiculous thing I have ever seen in my life!”
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While owenfilmcritic2322 summarised: “I tried for 7 minutes and decided I’ve had enough. Similar to Paul Pogba’s final appearance for Man United against Liverpool.”
Pogba has since agreed a deal to re-sign for Juventus on a free transfer, per Fabrizio Romano. He played for the Old Lady 2012-2016.
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