Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has taken a swipe at Gary Neville's criticism of Manchester United after the former Old Trafford defender launched a social media attack on the Glazer family following Saturday's 3-1 home defeat to Brighton.
United, who sit 13th in the Premier League table with just six points from their first five league outings, were booed off at Old Trafford as the Seagulls inflicted a third defeat of the season on Erik Ten Hag's side after goals from Danny Welbeck, Pascal Gross and Joao Pedro.
Although the Red Devils did score through Hannibal Mejbri 17 minutes from time, the young midfielder's first Premier League goal was no more than a consolation as Roberto De Zerbi's side earned a fourth successive victory against the Old Trafford outfit.
Taking to X, formerly known as Twitter, after the game, Neville, who has been a vocal critic of the Glazer family and their recent handling of a potential sale of United, insisted the club's long-serving American owners were "responsible" for the 3-1 defeat.
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The 48-year-old, who spent his entire at United after graduating through the club's academy, claimed the Glazers have "overseen 10 years of mediocrity" and "set the culture of greed, ill-discipline, indecision and uncertainty that runs right through the club". He later added that "football is volatile so results on the pitch can be erratic and cyclical but if the off the pitch stuff".
Replying to his Sky Sports Monday Night Football co-host, Carragher couldn't withstand the opportunity to poke fun at Neville and his attack on theRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk