The same went for Sir Alex Ferguson.
Mourinho's differences with Pogba have been laid bare this week after the United manager confirmed that the France World Cup victor has been stripped of the vice-captaincy and the two men were involved in a training ground spat in front of television cameras.
Furthermore, Mourinho's statement regarding Phil Jones and Eric Bailly post Carabao Cup exit - wherein he claimed that he "knew the team would be in trouble with Jones and Eric (taking the penalties)" - has also not been received well by the players.
According to reports, Mourinho can be heard saying "get out" to a confused looking Frenchman and it appears it was all down to an Instagram post.
"That's why I had so much respect for Arsene Wenger, because he never criticised his players in public".
Three days later, Pogba irritated Mourinho once again by playing loud music on the top deck of the team bus en route to Old Trafford before the draw with Wolves.
Laurent Blanc's name has come up in conversation every time the managerial vacancy has opened up at Old Trafford, and it is really beginning to feel like a matter of when, and not if when it comes to the former French worldwide joining the club.
Speaking on Sky Sports he added: "No fallout at all, no problem at all, just a decision that I don't have to explain". When we are at home we should attack, attack, attack. "When we play like [that] it's easier for us".
With the way things are now, Pogba's relationship with Mourinho is irreparable as the manager is set to re-establish control over the rest of the squad before it is too late.