This is what Manchester United fans are planning for Paul Pogba after Wolves draw
Vile messages were directed at Pogba after he missed a second-half penalty in the 1-1 draw at Molineux on Monday night.
United condemned the abuse, which was posted on social media, while Twitter are set to hold a meeting with the club and anti-racist group Kick It Out.
And fans at Old Trafford are planning to offer vocal support to Pogba at their upcoming home game against Crystal Palace which takes place on Saturday.
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United host Crystal Palace at Old Trafford in Saturday in their second home game of the season and the Red Army group, who have taken charge of the Stretford End right side this season, are planning to show their support to the World Cup winner.
The Red Army supporters group told the Manchester Evening News: “We want to really get behind him vocally and let him know he’s got the backing and support of the fans.
“Pogba is a divisive character but everyone unanimously backs him when it comes to what happened the other day. He needs to know that we have got his back and will always support any United player.”
Pogba’s 68th-minute spot-kick was saved by Wolves goalkeeper Rui Patricio who dived to his left to deny the French World Cup winner.
Ruben Neves had scored a superb equaliser for the hosts 13 minutes earlier, after Anthony Martial broke the deadlock for United in the first half.