Gary Neville says Manchester United homeowners, the Glazers, are guilty for Sunday’s fan protests, and urged them to place the membership up on the market.
On Sunday afternoon, Man United followers started protesting out The Lowry lodge, the place Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his workforce have been making ready for his or her match in opposition to Liverpool.
Additional protests then broke out at Outdated Trafford, which noticed lots of of followers break into the stadium and attain the pitch, earlier than being escorted out by police.
It was confirmed on Sunday night the match could be postponed and will probably be rescheduled sooner or later.
Sky Sports activities have been at Outdated Trafford throughout the disruption, with Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher and their fellow pundits providing their ideas as occasions unfolded…
“It is a consequence of the Manchester United homeowners’ actions two weeks in the past. There’s a basic mistrust and dislike of the homeowners, however they weren’t protesting two or three weeks in the past.
“The Glazer household are struggling to fulfill the monetary necessities at this membership and the followers are saying that their time is up.
“My view is sort of merely that they’re going to make a fortune in the event that they promote the membership and in the event that they have been to place it up on the market now I feel the time could be proper, and it will be the honourable factor to do.”
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