David Kahn was relieved of his duties as GM of thEvra, who previously described Pogba as likam have registered their interest in signing Islam Slimani.The Leicester City man, who is on loan at AS Monaco, is wanted as a depth option by the North London club, claims France Football.Slimani has also been linked to Manchester United in the Janue a “brother”, claims the 26-year-old has been made a scapegoat for United’s ongoing problems – even if he isn’t playing.”Paul, when he’s playing, people blame Paul; when he’s not playing, people blame Paul,e on Thursday after a tenure in the front office that some would call rocky and others would call disastrous. Flip Saunders was introduced as president of basketball operations on Friday, and on his way out, Kahn did some interviews, including one with the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. And in that one, he said something kind of notable about , who Kahn reportedly had a complicated relationship with:
… And my feelings toward Kevin, frankly, I really like him. And we’ve had some really productive conversation about the steps he needs to take to win back the respect and admiration ofuestioned how serious Juventus are in their pursuit of Paul Pogba.According to ESPN, sources inside of Old Trafford are uncertain whether Juventus can afford the money that will be required to prise Pogba away from Old Trafford.The Italian champions his teammates and coaches. It’s almost ridiculous how much attention is paid to my relationship with him. In terms of import, it has no bearing at end of the day whether he’ll be happy here and whether organization will be happy with him. It’s much more important for him to forge really meaningful relationships with his teammates and coaches.
I think there’s some work for him to be done in terms of, he didn’t play very much this year, right? And I think there’s a void there because of that. Many of those guys really fought their way back from injury, sometimes multiple injuries. He had two broken hands. He came back once, didn’t play well, broke his hand again and then decided to have his knee done at the end of the year when the pain was such. I think he has some work to do in the locker room, and I believe he will. I certainly don’t want that to come across negatively. I believe he will and I believe he’s on the right path.
Kahn also denies his culpability in the decision not to offer Love the five-year maximum extension, pinning it on owner Glen Taylor’s resistance. Love about his feelings toward Kahn, and now Kahn, on his way out of town, basically says that Love was a letdown to his teammates and didn’t work hard enough to get back.
Standing ovation, David Kahn. You really were blogger manna from heaven.
Love, a shooter, broke his hand twice, and missed only the last few weeks of the season when the Wolves were eliminated from postseason contention to get his knee cleaned up. What were those games going to do? Build momentum for next year, sure. But enough to risk a more severe injury or cause him to lose offseason training time?
We’ll never forget you Kahn, and you left the way you came in, a bright, gleaming star of “Wait, he said/did what?”