Gary Neville has spoken out for every football fan across England with his emotion-fuelled rant about plans for England’s biggest clubs to join a European Super League.
Manchester United beat Burnley 3-1 at Old Trafford on Sunday but events on the pitch have been marred by condemnation at remarkable plans for the ‘top six’ clubs in England to break away into a European Super League.
As per The Times, United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City have all agreed to proposals to break away and challenge UEFA’s new 36-team Champions League format.
It’s a proposal that will change English football as we know it forever and Neville was incandescent when asked his opinion by Sky Sports presenter Dave Jones.
Neville described all the clubs involved as disgusting, particularly his beloved United and bitter rival Liverpool, and insisted the power must be ‘wrestled back’ from the elite clubs in this country.
The United great described the owners of these clubs are ‘imposters’ who have nothing to do with the running of football and are only interested in their own greed.
Neville wants huge sanctions, including points deductions and heavy fines, for those putting pen to paper on these scandalous proposals.
Listen to Neville’s thoughts below. Footage courtesy of Sky Sports.