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  • Xavier
    Xavier Bulan Yang lalu +565

    More passion from Gary in a 7-minute interview than any United player for 90 minutes.

    • mrugod
      mrugod Bulan Yang lalu

      cringe

    • Shivkumar Dundi
      Shivkumar Dundi Bulan Yang lalu

      Xavier guy is everywhere bro, i don't follow him but he is everywhere

    • First Al
      First Al Bulan Yang lalu

      He is everywhere. Only appears somewhere

    • Aaron Hernandez
      Aaron Hernandez Bulan Yang lalu

      Buy man utd

    • Philosophy_Bot
      Philosophy_Bot Bulan Yang lalu +1

      Beep, bop... I'm the Philosophy Bot. Here, have a quote:
      "It's Morbin' time!"
      ~ Morbius

  • ・your non favorite person 👍・

    This was absolute gold because it was passion through and through. They both made some good points but for me it was a reminder of how good discourse can look like when you let people be themselves. Thank you to both Jamie and Gary.

    • Radio Gardener
      Radio Gardener Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @L Martin its bots copying other peoples comments

    • Helois Gevit
      Helois Gevit Bulan Yang lalu

      @L Martin Noticed this as well, so many of them.

    • Orbilfolda
      Orbilfolda Bulan Yang lalu +2

      I hope this serves as an example of how important it is to really constructively argue and reason about things together... Not just football... Instead of shutting people up and telling them what to think

    • Diego Esposito
      Diego Esposito Bulan Yang lalu

      @L Martin yeah right😂

    • L Martin
      L Martin Bulan Yang lalu +8

      What's with the comments under this vid by men with creepo icon and user names? Is it just spam?

  • Susen Join now
    Susen Join now Bulan Yang lalu +701

    Gary is on the verge of tears like most of us United fans. It’s hard to see where the club is at and the route it’s going

    • määp
      määp 10 hari yang lalu

      @Nat Mol "the controllers", name them. who's the great controller. you can be passionate about multiple things, you know?

    • Nat Mol
      Nat Mol 10 hari yang lalu

      @määp the controllers need males generally to be excited and passionate about sports and not real life issues. There you have it

    • Nat Mol
      Nat Mol 10 hari yang lalu

      LoL 💙

    • David Marshall
      David Marshall 21 hari yang lalu

      Lad I’m Newcastle and we’re still fighting
      I hate to say it but the prem ain’t the same without the reds at the top

    • fredrik lemone
      fredrik lemone 22 hari yang lalu

      he was right... united got rid of instagram players and so on and now they are winning.......

  • Andy Campsall
    Andy Campsall Bulan Yang lalu +205

    As a Liverpool fan I just love football full stop and I think Neville is a great voice for his club and I agree with him not just in this interview but in lots of things over the past 12 months. Keep being real Gary 👍

    • ALEXDOESSTUFF
      ALEXDOESSTUFF 26 hari yang lalu

      From a united fan thank you for the respect and good luck

    • Destro
      Destro Bulan Yang lalu

      no one asked but ok

    • thi kim
      thi kim Bulan Yang lalu

      ok

    • Mc
      Mc Bulan Yang lalu

      Pff

  • Northern_Lights
    Northern_Lights Bulan Yang lalu +300

    Just goes to show how incredible Sir Alex Ferguson was as a man manager. He single handedly ran Man UTD almost with the help of Gill but he also arguably achieved greater things with Aberdeen in the 80’s winning two European trophies with a small provincial club that had no right to be beating teams like Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Hamburg etc.
    The steady decline of Man Utd is a mirror of Aberdeen’s decline since SAF left them. It may be a long long time before we see Man Utd return to the top, if not ever.

    • Geokinkladze
      Geokinkladze 24 hari yang lalu

      @Francis The players didn't run UTD. They played the games.
      I'm sure there were lots of staff who helped keep the club going. I think Fergie was at the helm and he had a lot of help, in fact he was a really god delegator.

    • Francis
      Francis 24 hari yang lalu

      Single handedly? What about all those players?

    • Geokinkladze
      Geokinkladze 26 hari yang lalu

      @Jeffery Tay It wasn't all luck, I mean it was Fergie who persuaded Giggs to leave City and join Utd. And he had to manage those players in order to get the best out of them.

    • Jeffery Tay
      Jeffery Tay 26 hari yang lalu

      Let's not kid ourselves. Alex was pure lucky to have that squad and luck back then. I will bet a million bucks with you if Alex Ferguson is still in more football management, he will be near the relegation zone. Gary Neville the has been plus his bunch of Looney teammates will always think they were great because they actually won something. I urge all neutral fans to look up clips where Gary tried to dig industrial secrets from pep guardiola. Gary, Roy, Paul are all absolutely clueless patsies. I don't see Alan shearer nor Thierry Henry living in the past. Certainly not Dennis bergkamp. But I do see giggs being repeatedly sued for abuse of women, Rooney visiting a granny social escort, scholes betting on games... Ferdinand in s** scandals.
      You don't see REAL good players like Beckham, Gary O pallister, Dennis Irwin or even Bryan Robson talk smack like this

    • Anshuman Singh
      Anshuman Singh 28 hari yang lalu

      @I7275 75 Nah
      They were quite something under Sir Matt Busby 👍🏼

  • Paul Stewart
    Paul Stewart Bulan Yang lalu +9684

    More passion from Gary in a 7-minute interview than any United player for 90 minutes.

    • Pepe Trueno
      Pepe Trueno 13 hari yang lalu

      It’s easy to complain

    • kingrapid
      kingrapid Bulan Yang lalu

      Ouch.... drop the 🎤

    • Danny Edge
      Danny Edge Bulan Yang lalu +1

      bang on

    • Luke Williams
      Luke Williams Bulan Yang lalu

      This aged well

    • Terry Blend
      Terry Blend Bulan Yang lalu

      To tell you something, I expect these players to win something.

  • Maria de-flower me now
    Maria de-flower me now 29 hari yang lalu

    This was absolute gold because it was passion through and through. They both made some good points but for me it was a reminder of how good discourse can look like when you let people be themselves. Thank you to both Jamie and Gary.

  • Lucy	 🔥𝐆𝐨 𝐓𝐨 𝐌𝐲 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 [𝐋!𝐯𝐞]

    This was absolute gold because it was passion through and through. They both made some good points but for me it was a reminder of how good discourse can look like when you let people be themselves. Thank you to both Jamie and Gary.

  • Madisyn  🔥𝐆𝐨 𝐓𝐨 𝐌𝐲 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 [𝐋!𝐯𝐞]

    This was absolute gold because it was passion through and through. They both made some good points but for me it was a reminder of how good discourse can look like when you let people be themselves. Thank you to both Jamie and Gary.

  • Victoria 💋𝔽**СК МЕ - СНЕℂ𝕂 𝕄𝕐 Рℝ𝟘𝔽𝕀𝕃Е💛

    This was absolute gold because it was passion through and through. They both made some good points but for me it was a reminder of how good discourse can look like when you let people be themselves. Thank you to both Jamie and Gary.

  • Joe McKeown
    Joe McKeown Bulan Yang lalu +4782

    Jamie is right in the context of the past 90 minutes.
    Gary is right in the context of the past 10 years.

    • Ant
      Ant 19 hari yang lalu

      @hi fairytales are for other pages.

    • Ant
      Ant 19 hari yang lalu

      @BarebackBarbarians FC how on Earth are you back on your perch? City are champions dummy. Is your perch 2nd place?

    • hi
      hi Bulan Yang lalu

      The kingdom of God is at hand repent and accept Jesus as your Lord and saviour 🙏 🙌 ✨️ ❤️

  • Eliana 🔥𝐆𝐨 𝐓𝐨 𝐌𝐲 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 [𝐋!𝐯𝐞]

    This was absolute gold because it was passion through and through. They both made some good points but for me it was a reminder of how good discourse can look like when you let people be themselves. Thank you to both Jamie and Gary.

  • Eliana 🔥𝐆𝐨 𝐓𝐨 𝐌𝐲 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 [𝐋!𝐯𝐞]

    This was absolute gold because it was passion through and through. They both made some good points but for me it was a reminder of how good discourse can look like when you let people be themselves. Thank you to both Jamie and Gary.

  • 🚨W​A​T​C​H​​ M​​Y​ L​A​S​T​ V​I​D​E​O​🚨

    Gary is on the verge of tears like most of us United fans. It’s hard to see where the club is at and the route it’s going

  • Fatmanur Koc
    Fatmanur Koc Bulan Yang lalu

    Gary is on the verge of tears like most of us United fans. It’s hard to see where the club is at and the route it’s going

  • Adla Lamb
    Adla Lamb Bulan Yang lalu +31582

    Not having Roy Keane today was a disaster

    • Nehemiah Obongono
      Nehemiah Obongono 8 hari yang lalu

      @D a Di R lollllll

    • Gary Ella
      Gary Ella 15 hari yang lalu

      With him there might have been a bust up and imagine seeing that on sky sports

    • Mahad Sabry
      Mahad Sabry 25 hari yang lalu

      @D a Di R aged like fine wine

    • Timothy Sharrett
      Timothy Sharrett 25 hari yang lalu

      @D a Di R that aged well

    • Ron Sizzle 402
      Ron Sizzle 402 26 hari yang lalu

      Best ⚽️ team is Liverpool let's be honest 💪 the 🌎 knows that

  • Corinne 💦Need S🍆ucks
    Corinne 💦Need S🍆ucks Bulan Yang lalu

    Gary is on the verge of tears like most of us United fans. It’s hard to see where the club is at and the route it’s going

  • shaq666uk
    shaq666uk Bulan Yang lalu +146

    Their biggest mistake was choosing Pogba over Mourinho. Made the players more important than the managers, so now only the players should be blamed for performing. Changing owners won’t make any difference.

    • T C
      T C 21 hari yang lalu

      Maguire HAHAHAHAHAHA LEGEND BOLLON D'OR

    • Usr
      Usr Bulan Yang lalu

      man utd being killed by vulture capitalists

    • Faris Moad
      Faris Moad Bulan Yang lalu

      @TheDarkKnight Ex-Act-Lyyy

    • zaay
      zaay Bulan Yang lalu +2

      you literally said it in your own comment, changing owners wouldve maybe kept mourinho around. it 100% has everything to do with management

    • stanley chukwu
      stanley chukwu Bulan Yang lalu

      @rinaldi ibrahim hmmm, nice one! thank you, i think i see where the anger is coming from, didn't know united generated this much in revenue

  • Mohd Zaslan
    Mohd Zaslan Bulan Yang lalu +26

    Spot on the point Gary was making. He sees the bigger picture. Unless the owner changes, and them bleeding the club dry, no advancement can be made throughout the club. You can buy massive good plyers and train the best but even those players will wither down and loose sense under poor management. Its a pity we can only witness this as a fan but cant do nothing about it.

    • Usr
      Usr Bulan Yang lalu

      Stop supporting them

    • huy nguyen
      huy nguyen Bulan Yang lalu

      ok

    • MasterIceyy
      MasterIceyy Bulan Yang lalu +2

      if a restaurant or pub is failing it falls to the owner to change the direction of the business, Jaime seems to not understand this. The staff, chef, waiters, bartenders, everything, if you need better chefs, the owner needs to hire better chefs, if you need a skillful bartender who can make great cocktails then you need to hire one.
      United is basically like the glazers are hiring chefs who microwave the food, and they've got Dave from down the road pulling pints, most of the staff aren't qualified, and the management is terrible, that's all down to the owners.

    • Ailsa Ni
      Ailsa Ni Bulan Yang lalu +1

      Absolutely on point by Gary. What a legend.

  • Lyndon Brock
    Lyndon Brock 24 hari yang lalu +17

    I love Gary's undying passion for the club, and he's right, they do need to redo the club literally from the ground up right to the top. But if the 11 players who are on a hell of of a lot of money don't perform then you'll never get anywhere.

  • Neo 1
    Neo 1 Bulan Yang lalu +4931

    Gary is on the verge of tears like most of us United fans. It’s hard to see where the club is at and the route it’s going

    • Steph
      Steph Bulan Yang lalu

      Relegated!

    • Abe Yohana
      Abe Yohana Bulan Yang lalu

      imagine if the players had even half the passion that neville has

    • Uranus
      Uranus Bulan Yang lalu

      Things change. Get over it. Ununited have spent billions and messed up. They don’t have a god given right to be at the top. It’s earned.

    • Mattéo 🦈
      Mattéo 🦈 Bulan Yang lalu

      Neville is a clown

  • Macho boy Randy and savage
    Macho boy Randy and savage Bulan Yang lalu +20

    It’s absolutely tragic what is happening to United. As a fan I’m heart broken because I’ve witnessed this decline since 2013 and I see things getting so much worse and I don’t see a solution to this problem. United is such a unique club that no one apart from Fergie and his staff knew how to control it. The harsh reality is THE Manchester United finished with Fergie and his staff. 😞

    • RedVin73
      RedVin73 Hari Yang lalu

      Belive me, we're absolutely loving this as Liverpool fans. It's like a dream come true.

    • Kyp Dur
      Kyp Dur Bulan Yang lalu

      @gioyu comi no, no we wouldn't want smalling back :)

    • Macho boy Randy and savage
      Macho boy Randy and savage Bulan Yang lalu

      @gioyu comi 100%! 80mil on Maguire shows the lack of experience this staff team have where as Fergie could pull through players for a fraction of that price and who were solid in their position.

    • gioyu comi
      gioyu comi Bulan Yang lalu +1

      and then bought Maguire for 80mil. I feel like Man Utd fans would love to have Smalling back at the club.

  • loiny zen
    loiny zen Bulan Yang lalu +189

    Gary's absolutely right. Know why he's on the verge of tears? Because the very issues he is talking about just seem to fall on deaf ears.

    • cheo a
      cheo a Bulan Yang lalu

      ok

    • James Edwards
      James Edwards Bulan Yang lalu +13

      The other pundits keep on saying how “they’ve spent the money” but “they” don’t spend a penny more than they need to

  • Kohi Makahil
    Kohi Makahil Bulan Yang lalu +32

    Gary Neville.Outstanding player and an amazing human being. Defending the Man-United situation at the moment and the last couple of years is hard. Ever since Sir Alex Fergason ( I liked what he did. But as a person, never liked him. Reminded me of that kind of math teacher who wants you to achieve and you hate him for it 🙂) retired. Good lucky Man-United. Come ooooon Leeds United 😀❤
    By the way, What do Americans know about football (Soccer) 😜

    • loiny zen
      loiny zen Bulan Yang lalu

      And people laughed at mourinho for saying finishing second was a big achievement. Mourinhos proven how good a manager he really was with this tragic side

  • Amanda Love Vlog for Boys
    Amanda Love Vlog for Boys 29 hari yang lalu

    More passion from Gary in a 7-minute interview than any United player for 90 minutes.

  • J D
    J D Bulan Yang lalu +2390

    And people laughed at mourinho for saying finishing second was a big achievement. Mourinhos proven how good a manager he really was with this tragic side

    • B B
      B B 29 hari yang lalu

      @Forever RedI agree , Alex Ferguson was given time , he wouldn’t have been given so long these days , I’m feeling good vibes about our new manager btw

    • Forever Red
      Forever Red 29 hari yang lalu

      @B B I wanted David Moyes to have more time.

    • S P Lit
      S P Lit Bulan Yang lalu

      @Dan if they dont want to work for whatever reason they need to go.... These players have been shielded for far too long. Any player that has been around for more than 5years needs to leave asap.... Them staying for too long brings mutiny.
      Fyi if you dont want to be shouted at then just do as your boss says

    • Dan
      Dan Bulan Yang lalu

      @S P Lit yes but players have the power now. Is that right? No. Is it reality? Yes. So you need a strong manager but also need to put your arm around the players.
      Also as a boss myself, the workers I support work a lot harder than the ones shouted at or publicly embarrassed.

  • Kratos OfSparta
    Kratos OfSparta Bulan Yang lalu +61

    I love this. Real passion, direct questions and answers, instead of robotic, predictable jargon

    • Kratos OfSparta
      Kratos OfSparta Bulan Yang lalu

      @boli milda it obviously ain't working

    • boli milda
      boli milda Bulan Yang lalu

      finished with Fergie and his staff.

  • 🚨W​A​T​C​H​​ M​​Y​ L​A​S​T​ V​I​D​E​O​🚨

    Gary is on the verge of tears like most of us United fans. It’s hard to see where the club is at and the route it’s going

  • Raelynn 🍆 29 y.0 -check My V!deo

    Gary is on the verge of tears like most of us United fans. It’s hard to see where the club is at and the route it’s going

  • Raelynn 🍆 29 y.0 -check My V!deo

    Gary is on the verge of tears like most of us United fans. It’s hard to see where the club is at and the route it’s going

  • stratford19
    stratford19 Bulan Yang lalu +2482

    This was absolute gold because it was passion through and through. They both made some good points but for me it was a reminder of how good discourse can look like when you let people be themselves. Thank you to both Jamie and Gary.

    • Stuart Docherty
      Stuart Docherty Bulan Yang lalu

      gary Neville is absolutely correct! Redknapp is too. The problem is, Utd should never be in this state. It's a joke

    • John W
      John W Bulan Yang lalu

      I'm a Liverpool fan but you can't fault Gary Neville for his passion. He lives that club and you can see it physically and emotionally hurts him. Everything he said was spot on too.

    • Santhana Raj
      Santhana Raj Bulan Yang lalu +1

      As Leeds Fans we are loving every minute of this🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • H Khan
      H Khan Bulan Yang lalu

      @Marilyn Lucas I can only wish and dream we still had Jose mourinho as our manager 😔

    • Philosophy_Bot
      Philosophy_Bot Bulan Yang lalu

      Beep, bop... I'm the Philosophy Bot. Here, have a quote:
      "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit"
      ~ Aristotle

  • T[A]P Me!! To Have [S]EX With Me

    Gary is on the verge of tears like most of us United fans. It’s hard to see where the club is at and the route it’s going

  • Corinne 💦Need S🍆ucks
    Corinne 💦Need S🍆ucks Bulan Yang lalu

    Gary is on the verge of tears like most of us United fans. It’s hard to see where the club is at and the route it’s going

  • Kayla 🍆𝗙**𝗖𝗞 Me! Check 𝗠𝘆 𝗣𝗿𝗼𝗳𝗶le💋

    Just goes to show how incredible Sir Alex Ferguson was as a man manager. He single handedly ran Man UTD almost with the help of Gill but he also arguably achieved greater things with Aberdeen in the 80’s winning two European trophies with a small provincial club that had no right to be beating teams like Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Hamburg etc.
    The steady decline of Man Utd is a mirror of Aberdeen’s decline since SAF left them. It may be a long long time before we see Man Utd return to the top, if not ever.

  • Frederick
    Frederick Bulan Yang lalu +48

    How does Gary know all these facts? Impressive. And he is spot on comparing how owners passionately spend on their clubs vs selfish and nonchalant Man U owners. Replying to Phantom Phan, letting LVG go in 2016 was not the worst decision the club made; letting Mourinho go after a good season because of a temporary hiccup was worse. And letting OSG go despite good progress is the worst - just see how well Arteta is doing now and you will understand.

    • Dirty42humaN
      Dirty42humaN 8 hari yang lalu

      @Frederick but he lacks of tactics and he's always doin sub in the 80min, omg

    • Sam Sharp
      Sam Sharp 23 hari yang lalu

      @Jansk1h Solskjaer may not have led United back to the very pinnacle but he was definitely leading them on the right road before the owners interjected again to bring in players that weren't what the squad needed. First full season in charge, United finished 3rd, had the 3rd best defence in the league and the front 3 of Martial, Rashford and Greenwood outscored Liverpool's front 3 that won the title that year. They beat City, Chelsea and Leicester (2nd, 4th and 5th that year) home and away, got 4 points off Tottenham (6th) and a point off Liverpool (1st). They were a team based on youth, fast counter attacks with a lot of players that were hungry for success.
      The plan in Summer 2020 was bring in more midfield creativity- Grealish as the main target- and a RW threat- Sancho the main target. And what did the board back him with? Refused to pay the £60m to get Grealish or pay for Sancho; signed Van de Beek on the cheap, a player he clearly didn't want, and then when the fans started complaining about lack of signings, they panic bought Telles, Cavani and Amad in the final days of the window, none of which were needed or fitted with what we were doing. Solskjaer tried far too much to integrate Paul Pogba into the team which had done so well the year before when he should have cut him loose and it disrupted some of the football we'd started to produce.
      Fast forward a year and history repeated. We signed Sancho, failed to sign a creative midfielder or defensive midfielder, and did not cut loose the likes of Pogba, Lingard, Bailly and Matic to name a few who were all past their best and nearing the end of their contracts. The club then brought in Varane, an exceptional player that is unfortunately very injury prone now, and then panic bought Ronaldo at the end of the window and we all know how much that screwed the team up and there was no recovery.
      Already Ten Haag appears to have realised that the Solskjaer tactical plan was the right one to follow, the recent successes being built on being defensively solid and quick counter attacks. The Rangnick "we must press as much as City and Liverpool" nonsense was quickly binned (no one plays like they do and to try and emulate it is just naive, we should play to our own strengths). Arsenal are a great comparison as they are flying currently because they stuck to Arteta's youthful vision, backed him in the market and it is now starting to come together. Even if Arteta cannot be the person that takes Arsenal back to PL titles, it shouldn't take much for a better coach to come in and finish the job that he's started. That is what Solskjaer should have always been for United, the man that turned United around from the Van Gaal and Mourinho years and set them on the right path that someone else could finish if he couldn't. But because of yet more recruitment and player retention failures, his work was undone and we're starting from scratch again.

    • Frederick
      Frederick 29 hari yang lalu +2

      @Jansk1h I get what you're saying but apart from Mourinho (won a trophy), nobody else did better than OGS despite less experience. His ignorance on fire approach was a breath of life and getting to that many semis and final was very good. I think he could have built upon it if they gave him time or at least let him finish the season. Ragnick didn't do any better. Erik is looking promising but if he doesn't win anything in his first season with all the money spent would be pretty much same if not worse than OGS.

    • Jansk1h
      Jansk1h Bulan Yang lalu +2

      I agree with you on everything except Solskjaer. He might be a decent bloke, but he just wasn't the type of manager that could take United to the top, and when you're as big of a club as United are you really need a amanger who can take you to the top and challenge for the Champions League title. They aren't doing that now, because the club's poorly run, but they certainly weren't gonna do it with Solskjaer.

    • loiny zen
      loiny zen Bulan Yang lalu +3

      Gary's absolutely right. Know why he's on the verge of tears? Because the very issues he is talking about just seem to fall on deaf ears.

  • Michael Hattem
    Michael Hattem Bulan Yang lalu +7974

    They're both right. These players are shockingly underperforming and the owners have let things devolve to this level. Ultimately, United need to rebuild over a period of five years and be willing to get worse in the short-term for doing it but the media attention and the impatience of the supporters would make that very difficult.

    • ASL
      ASL Bulan Yang lalu

      @Paul Jansen Entitled United...!!! 🤣🤣

    • Paul Jansen
      Paul Jansen Bulan Yang lalu

      The best thing is ManU fans thinking they deserve to be the best club 🤣 pure arrogance!

    • ASL
      ASL Bulan Yang lalu

      @MrGenenmi no, he will fail a lot quicker than any of the previous managers...! He has no charisma, fear-factor or actually anything else really...! He was doomed from the very beginning...!

    • MrGenenmi
      MrGenenmi Bulan Yang lalu

      And be patient with the current manager. Trust me. Give Ten Hag the goddamn time to build and you will see

    • John Rooney
      John Rooney Bulan Yang lalu

      That was 5 years ago lol

  • Rylie 🔥 34 y.0 -check My V!deo

    Gary Neville.Outstanding player and an amazing human being. Defending the Man-United situation at the moment and the last couple of years is hard. Ever since Sir Alex Fergason ( I liked what he did. But as a person, never liked him. Reminded me of that kind of math teacher who wants you to achieve and you hate him for it 🙂) retired. Good lucky Man-United. Come ooooon Leeds United 😀❤
    By the way, What do Americans know about football (Soccer)

  • Illuminatus Deus
    Illuminatus Deus Bulan Yang lalu +17

    Gary Neville - I would die for this football club. Legend. And believe you me, every time the team takes to the field and performs like it does... for a United fan, the knife is deep in the heart.

    • Illuminatus Deus
      Illuminatus Deus Bulan Yang lalu

      @Ailsa Ni hasn't ole finished 2nd too? Just lost the Europa league final...

    • Ailsa Ni
      Ailsa Ni Bulan Yang lalu +1

      And people laughed at mourinho for saying finishing second was a big achievement. Mourinhos proven how good a manager he really was with this tragic side

  • hueo far
    hueo far Bulan Yang lalu +19

    Absolutely on point by Gary. What a legend.

    • Ptao Tom
      Ptao Tom 29 hari yang lalu

      fan but cant do nothing about it.

  • tom shuo
    tom shuo Bulan Yang lalu

    Gary Neville is my spirit animal. Saying what every fan had been saying for years.

  • T Rhoades
    T Rhoades Bulan Yang lalu +1084

    Everyone laughed at Mourinho when he talked about man united before he left ... All these years later and the man was 100% correct

    • Vili Karac
      Vili Karac Bulan Yang lalu

      Jose is always right. Weather it's today or 5 years from now. The special one. Wish he had sucess, I was so happy when he came to manage.

    • Tim Horrocks
      Tim Horrocks Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @Apt Map agreed pal but conte could lose the dressing room at any minute. Modern day football is a funny fickle business my friend. You could bring Brian Clough back from the dead with no guarantees he could get a tune out of these over paid pampered tattooed buggers. Like rafa said i only deal in fact and the fact is mourhino and Van gaal were both the wrong appointments for man utd.

    • Darude Sandstrom
      Darude Sandstrom Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @nick566 well spurs are spurs, but he did win three league titles with Chelsea

    • nick566
      nick566 Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @Darude Sandstrom Yeah but he got sacked at Tottenham as well did he not and hes been sacked at Chelsea

  • Leah 👈𝓕**СК МЕ - СНЕ𝓒𝓚 𝓜𝓨 Р𝓡0𝓕𝓘𝓛Е 💗

    Spot on the point Gary was making. He sees the bigger picture. Unless the owner changes, and them bleeding the club dry, no advancement can be made throughout the club. You can buy massive good plyers and train the best but even those players will wither down and loose sense under poor management. Its a pity we can only witness this as a fan but cant do nothing about it.

  • Giel Simons
    Giel Simons 26 hari yang lalu +8

    Neville is just speaking facts. He and some other members from his generation that played for the club, like Roy Keane, should have a vote on the board. Neville understands exactly what the problems are, and what possible problems the club yet have to face. If he can put togheter a team, the club has a chance of survival.

    • loiny zen
      loiny zen 25 hari yang lalu

      of mentality and strategy? They can't even replace Harry Maguire.

  • Dana🍆𝗙**𝗖𝗞 Me! Check 𝗠𝘆 𝗣𝗿𝗼𝗳𝗶le💋

    This was absolute gold because it was passion through and through. They both made some good points but for me it was a reminder of how good discourse can look like when you let people be themselves. Thank you to both Jamie and Gary.

  • Tiff Tiff  💋 F Uc_k me 🍆

    I’m not a Man U fan, far from it, but the passion Gary Neville displays here is palpable, he sounds like he’s about to burst into tears. They’ve spent so much money but they’ve gone backwards.

  • Priveledge Gumbodete
    Priveledge Gumbodete Bulan Yang lalu +1014

    Gary is absolutely spot on. Most of the decisions made are now commercially influenced and have little to do with the footballing project (core business). Recruitment is now done on the basis of what the player can bring from a commercial perspective and not from a footballing one. I also believe this is also influencing team selection; which players would the fans pay to watch. The Glazers simply have to go.

    • Louis Deneef
      Louis Deneef Bulan Yang lalu

      @Toni K ok glazers in than

    • Toni K
      Toni K Bulan Yang lalu

      @Louis Deneef "next excuse"? I don't need an excuse, not even a first excuse, let alone a next one, you muppet. You're just proving my point, really...

    • Bjorn Hiep
      Bjorn Hiep Bulan Yang lalu

      @Jesus Palmerin I do agree with you that a number of managers could indeed buy every player they wanted.
      But I do have two remarks on this. First, buying a player that did perform well at another club doesn't mean anything. At that other club those players (Pogba, C.Ronaldo or a Lukaku for example) did have players around them who could compensate the weaknesses that those players do also have.
      With just buying a few big stars you don't have a team that does perform. It takes time, patience and endurance to create a team that does perform.
      By buying a few big names you will reach nothing if those players don't have a team around them.
      Buying instant succes is a utopia. This does never happen, doesn't matter the level you play or in which country. (League)
      This brings me to my second point. Which manager did really get the time to build such a team ? Most managers are kicked out after two years or even earlier. And that is simply not enough time to create anything.
      Such a manager will have his own ideology about "the perfect" team, and will ask the club owners to get him certain players. But if you sack that particular manager in less than two years, no team has been build. And the next manager will have his own ideas about what the perfect team looks like.
      United wants to buy instant succes, but this will not happen. Not in the last ten years, not now, and not in the next ten years.
      The only way to bring the club back to it's old glory, is to give a manager the time to build. Meaning that supporters should not expect anything in the first few seasons.
      This United is just a very average team that won't win any trophee. So supporters, stakeholders etc etc etc should not expect anything in the next four years. Just be happy if you don't relegate.
      If United can not bring this up, then the club is death, and we will see it play in the Championship very soon.
      But there is one positive side. With Ten Hag the club has a manager who knows how to build a team. And no he doesn't need ten players of 100 million each, his strong point is that he does know how to find the right players that can compensate eachother. He proved it at all his previous clubs.
      So give the men at least four seasons to build, and demand results from then on.
      At this moment the "big stars" don't even want to come to Manchester, not United at least.
      As a non English men even I can understand that this hurts the fans. But only time can make this club healthy again.

    • Louis Deneef
      Louis Deneef Bulan Yang lalu

      @Toni K if iam so cluelles than tell me whats gnna be your next excuse after the glazers, joke

    • Toni K
      Toni K Bulan Yang lalu

      @Louis Deneef "all the players the fans want"? Wow, talk about being clueless... for the record, the fans have been crying out for a quality nr. 6 for a good 4 years.

  • Happy Viking
    Happy Viking Bulan Yang lalu +34

    Neville. Always right even when he’s wrong

    • Jin Eom
      Jin Eom Bulan Yang lalu

      He’s always wrong tho whenever he’s right

  • UNITED AV
    UNITED AV Bulan Yang lalu +18

    Neville is absolutely spot on and is owning Redknapp. While the players are responsible for their play, the owners are in charge of putting together a group of employees to get the best players. The Glazers haven't put any of their own money into the club, they use the revenue and debt. It's an absolute embarrassment.

  • kubowich
    kubowich Bulan Yang lalu

    Absolutely on point by Gary. What a legend.

  • pouu ktin
    pouu ktin Bulan Yang lalu

    Absolutely on point by Gary. What a legend.

  • Andrea Manning
    Andrea Manning Bulan Yang lalu +1411

    I’m not a Man U fan, far from it, but the passion Gary Neville displays here is palpable, he sounds like he’s about to burst into tears. They’ve spent so much money but they’ve gone backwards.

    • Vikas Moolya
      Vikas Moolya Bulan Yang lalu

      "Hari magrure" ...the god... Make this man the manager... Everything will be k with the gods name...

    • RDT
      RDT Bulan Yang lalu

      @Cica Maca What??

    • USEP CREATOR
      USEP CREATOR Bulan Yang lalu

      it can be confirmed that when there is no roy keane it is a big disaster, greetings from me a lover of Indonesian🇮🇩 football

    • spice kid
      spice kid Bulan Yang lalu

      Haven't spent enough you mean

  • Julian Betancourt
    Julian Betancourt Bulan Yang lalu +6

    I'm not a MU fan but, as a football fan, it's sad to witness what's happening with this club. In my humble opinion, they need to adopt a long term approach in which players from its yought academy are promoted to pro team. They will contribute with commitment and sense of ownership to bring MU afloat. It will take time but at the end, this bet will pay off as the class of '92 did.

    • The Hamster
      The Hamster Bulan Yang lalu

      If only they could pull a Dortmund.

  • Zara 🍆 14 y.0 -check My V!deo

    Jamie is right in the context of the past 90 minutes.
    Gary is right in the context of the past 10 years.

  • Ava RoSe Sᴇx Cʜᴀɴɴᴇʟ 21

    Jamie is right in the context of the past 90 minutes.
    Gary is right in the context of the past 10 years.

  • cks4131
    cks4131 Bulan Yang lalu +36

    This is incredible to see an actual passionate conversation about the sport.... rather than the fake laughter heard on every NFL set in America.

    • David Lizama
      David Lizama Bulan Yang lalu

      You watch one passionate conversation out of a million bland ones on Sky Sports and all of a sudden you're taking digs at the NFL lmao

    • Victor Kreig
      Victor Kreig Bulan Yang lalu

      GO watch UnitedPeoplestv's video on what the glazers have done their entire tenure, it'll shock you

  • AH25
    AH25 Bulan Yang lalu +3305

    Roy Keane would’ve absolutely destroyed these players one by one . Absolutely horrendous performance. And they wonder why Ronaldo wants to leave this sunken ship . Playing around horrific players
    Edit : People complain about how Ronaldo’s attitude has been poor yet he’s wasting the end of his career in a terrible club. He’s a born winner playing around useless players that have weak mentalities and let him down the whole of last season . Smh this actually hurts to see . He needs to leave immediately and go to actual contenders.

    • lol king
      lol king 15 hari yang lalu

      Ronaldo plays very bad

    • Steve
      Steve Bulan Yang lalu

      players getting "destroyed" by the likes of Keane is something the modern player wont stand for. If Keane had been Man U manager you can almost guarantee he woulda ended up doing something over the top which would have left Man U open for litigation.

    • Mario Habjan
      Mario Habjan Bulan Yang lalu

      Totally agree it’s hard work, just because you the jersey doesn’t make you good. Just do your job and you won’t walk off the pitch embarrassed.

    • Dan Barham
      Dan Barham Bulan Yang lalu

      A big problem is that Ronaldo is not a leader. He is possibly the best player ever but he isn't a leader to pick up a team when they are down. Sometimes seems like the Utd players are looking for a miracle and just blame each other. They need leader like Keane.

  • Edgar Moreno
    Edgar Moreno Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Both made good points and I think they're both right to some degree. It all has to get addressed but I think the players hold the power to immediately change the course. They should have immense pride wearing that shirt because they can give it their all on every second which would lead to victories.

    • chickentenderman
      chickentenderman Bulan Yang lalu

      Agreed but eventually those players there on the pitch are the results of 10 years of chaotic tranfer periods directed by the Glazers and Woodward and the result is showing the disaster of a transfer strategy we have pursued. Very few of those players are good enough

  • Rebbecca- 🔥𝐆𝐨 𝐓𝐨 𝐌𝐲 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 [𝐋!𝐯𝐞

    Jamie is right in the context of the past 90 minutes.
    Gary is right in the context of the past 10 years.

  • Your Unknown Friend  💗
    Your Unknown Friend 💗 Bulan Yang lalu

    Jamie is right in the context of the past 90 minutes.
    Gary is right in the context of the past 10 years.

  • Lue 🔥 I WANT SЕХ 💋 F Uc_k me

    Jamie is right in the context of the past 90 minutes.
    Gary is right in the context of the past 10 years.

  • Samuel Munoz
    Samuel Munoz Bulan Yang lalu +1493

    It hits different when you hear someone say they’d die for their club… respect to Gary, I’ll never knock his passion

    • Monaleenian
      Monaleenian Bulan Yang lalu

      @Joe B It's not an excuse. It's just an observation.

    • Joe B
      Joe B Bulan Yang lalu

      @Monaleenian I don’t think that excuse applies to anyone making more than 400k a year

    • Samuel Munoz
      Samuel Munoz Bulan Yang lalu

      Jamie should’ve given Gary the Thomas Tuchel handshake lol

  • 💖Sailor Moon💖
    💖Sailor Moon💖 Bulan Yang lalu

    Jamie is right in the context of the past 90 minutes.
    Gary is right in the context of the past 10 years.

  • Ivy	 🔥𝐆𝐨 𝐓𝐨 𝐌𝐲 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 [𝐋!𝐯𝐞]

    Jamie is right in the context of the past 90 minutes.
    Gary is right in the context of the past 10 years.

  • Rita 25 y.o - check my vidéó

    Jamie is right in the context of the past 90 minutes.
    Gary is right in the context of the past 10 years.

  • Starlight 247
    Starlight 247 Bulan Yang lalu +11

    When I first heard Neville talk on this I thought what a moaning whiner who is just blaming someone else other than the actual players... But after listening to his reasons/explanation, I think, damn, he's so right. It's really bad to see such a successful club has literally gone to pot. You can blame one individual or another, but ultimately, of there is no leadership at the top, everything underneath will just fall to pieces...

    • P A
      P A Bulan Yang lalu

      @Starlight 247 Hehe! :D

    • 777XD777
      777XD777 Bulan Yang lalu

      Exactly I thought he likes to talk about others but not their problems but he summed up really Well and truthfully. It’s a shame that many United fans don’t see it that way and will hate on the players rather.

    • Starlight 247
      Starlight 247 Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @P A lol you know what I mean! ha ha

    • P A
      P A Bulan Yang lalu +1

      "It's really bad to see such a successful club has *literally* gone to pot"
      Not *literally*, no. Unless you're claiming that it's being cooked in a stove somewhere as we speak...?

  • Ava Adams
    Ava Adams Bulan Yang lalu +791

    This was absolute gold because it was passion through and through. They both made some good points but for me it was a reminder of how good discourse can look like when you let people be themselves. Thank you to both Jamie and Gary.

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      mafia Mark Bulan Yang lalu

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      Techno OG Bulan Yang lalu

      Hi Ava, can i book you this Friday?

    • Philosophy_Bot
      Philosophy_Bot Bulan Yang lalu

      Beep, bop... I'm the Philosophy Bot. Here, have a quote:
      "It's Morbin' time!"
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    • Lame
      Lame Bulan Yang lalu

      @heroic walrus the real one is with dd "ava addams".

  • Eliana 🔥𝐆𝐨 𝐓𝐨 𝐌𝐲 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐞𝐥 [𝐋!𝐯𝐞]

    Jamie is right in the context of the past 90 minutes.
    Gary is right in the context of the past 10 years.

  • ・your non favorite person 👍・

    Jamie is right in the context of the past 90 minutes.
    Gary is right in the context of the past 10 years.

  • Walid Bouaoud
    Walid Bouaoud 18 hari yang lalu

    Gary is totaly RIGHT ! He speaks with his heart. I'm also sad to see what happens in United.

  • Don't read profile photo
    Don't read profile photo Bulan Yang lalu

    Gary's absolutely right. Know why he's on the verge of tears? Because the very issues he is talking about just seem to fall on deaf ears.

  • Ava RoSe Sᴇx Cʜᴀɴɴᴇʟ 21

    Gary's absolutely right. Know why he's on the verge of tears? Because the very issues he is talking about just seem to fall on deaf ears.

  • Chivati-💖 𝐹**СК МЕ - СНЕ𝒞𝒦 𝑀𝒴 Р𝑅𝟢𝐹𝐼𝐿Е🔞

    Gary's absolutely right. Know why he's on the verge of tears? Because the very issues he is talking about just seem to fall on deaf ears.

  • eigow ou
    eigow ou Bulan Yang lalu

    Gary's absolutely right. Know why he's on the verge of tears? Because the very issues he is talking about just seem to fall on deaf ears.

  • lords of afan
    lords of afan Bulan Yang lalu +3

    Been in love with this club since 1990 ish and the past years since Alex left have been a massive eye opener. We will never get back to winning with these owners and that's a fact . We will end up folding or getting relegated eventually . Gary is right.

    • Just a guy
      Just a guy Bulan Yang lalu +2

      @boli milda as a City fan I think it’s fantastic… this is where your arrogance has got you 😁

    • boli milda
      boli milda Bulan Yang lalu

      It’s absolutely tragic what is happening to United. As a fan I’m heart broken because I’ve witnessed this decline since 2013 and I see things getting so much worse and I don

  • Blue Crasher
    Blue Crasher Bulan Yang lalu +2393

    Thing is, they are both so right. Gary is very right in what he's saying about the Glazers but also Redknapp is right as well. If they Glazers sold today, nothing would change for a very long time. It's the players and the owners fault

    • Kademo
      Kademo Bulan Yang lalu

      @John doe there is a reason he turned down MU and accepted Liverpool. Liverpool gave him freedom. MU doesn't offer this. At this point even if you are a caple enough manager you still have your hands tight. So I see many great managers refusing the offer till it changes.

    • Cubed Doubled
      Cubed Doubled Bulan Yang lalu

      @mannii00 bruh you taking it way too seriously, I wasnt trying to say if it’s true or not

    • mannii00
      mannii00 Bulan Yang lalu

      @Cubed Doubled teams like United will never cease to attract managers and players no matter how badly we perform, you can grasp at straws all you want, that won’t make your statement true

    • SRP ASMR
      SRP ASMR Bulan Yang lalu

      @Khairul Jaffar yet the irony is half the dressing room aren’t fit for purpose.
      Maybe he should have kept his mouth shut then instead of telling us it’s a good squad & lying to the whole fan base. My point stands. He shot himself in the foot from the get go with the whole Maguire thing. Error number one.
      Error number two, Steve McLaren. The guy who praised Maguire before joining the club again.

    • Songezo Memani
      Songezo Memani Bulan Yang lalu

      @PATRICK NJENGA no he said at the time he is not ready. Moyes was his fifth choice his 1st was Pep Guardiola but he promised Bayern before united approached, klop felt he was not ready, he wanted also ancelotti but he had a deal with Madrid, he even wanted Mourinho but he already head a deal to go back to chelsea and he also wanted van gaal but he was taking the Netherlands to the 2014 world cup an then he had to settle for Moyes

  • Kimberly Fox
    Kimberly Fox Bulan Yang lalu +1

    I can see both sides, honestly. But you can see the pain and passion in Gary's eyes. 😥❤‍🩹

  • Westside020
    Westside020 Bulan Yang lalu +7

    Never been a Man Utd fan, though I know so many people from around the world who support this club. But to see Gary speak with such passion and facts on his side is amazing. Hopefully the situation will change while this club should be a powerhouse. Hope that somehow the Man Utd fans will be able to pressure the current owners to invest in the club including the stadium, training fac. etc. to safeguard their future.

    • hueo far
      hueo far Bulan Yang lalu

      in!" ...and, seriously, Jamie Rednap! ...he stole a living... lucky to have been an average player in a brilliant Liverpool side. Far too gobby now tbh!

  • Stevie Mc
    Stevie Mc Bulan Yang lalu

    Not a Man Utd fan personally to be honest but if there up against a good outfit we will watch any great English teams out there with a few cold yins
    To watch the sheer passion Gary has shown here for his old club was outstanding and respect were it's due you can't take that away from him
    Up here in Scotland we're all seeing the situation Man Utd are in and yip something has to give no mistake about that
    We've all seen the protest from die hard fans on all social media past week, and hey we've all been there at some stage with the clubs we support and love
    so we all can relate to the good times and the bad times
    Lets hope all gets resolved and yous get back to playing the best footie and leadership that our fellow Scot Sir Alex
    gave to your club over the years that we're all missing up here
    Good Luck👆

  • Izzy May IS ready 👌🥂
    Izzy May IS ready 👌🥂 Bulan Yang lalu

    Gary's absolutely right. Know why he's on the verge of tears? Because the very issues he is talking about just seem to fall on deaf ears.

  • Skanman Two
    Skanman Two Bulan Yang lalu +626

    Jamie is pointing out the immediate problem. Gary is pointing out the underlying problem. They're both correct. Manchester United is not able to solve both immediate and underlying at this point. Last season underlying problems persisted but they were still able to play 'decent' football. They need to restructure.

    • CA
      CA  Bulan Yang lalu

      @manu kariuki that’s going to end badly…the Glazers thought the Superleague protests were bad….smh

    • Lucurous
      Lucurous Bulan Yang lalu

      But you can't solve the immediate problem without solving the underlying problem. It's as simple as that. Just take a look at any club that raises from the banter era.

    • Sean Robbo
      Sean Robbo Bulan Yang lalu

      Very well put

    • Tilikum Tim
      Tilikum Tim Bulan Yang lalu

      @Harry Destaffano Yes and that was when attempting to play the same style of football that Erik ten Hag is trying to get them to play now. The players just aren't up to it.

  • 🚨W​A​T​C​H​​ M​​Y​ L​A​S​T​ V​I​D​E​O​🚨

    That pass from De Gea to Eriksen had nothing to do with the Glazers. However the wage structure and contracts renewals is. Which is causing a bottleneck in the squad and being unable to let players go. The club has spent a huge amount of money on players who have not turned up in matches. it’s the fault of the board, successive managers and the players.

  • Iain Richards
    Iain Richards 23 hari yang lalu +3

    The fact that United beat liverpool and arsenal since this video proves Jamie right. The players are capable of playing well, they just don’t do it in a consistent basis

  • Sarah Don't T[A]P Me!!
    Sarah Don't T[A]P Me!! Bulan Yang lalu

    Gary is on the verge of tears like most of us United fans. It’s hard to see where the club is at and the route it’s going

    • hueo far
      hueo far Bulan Yang lalu

      Elon Musk needs to hurry up and buy United

  • raketensven
    raketensven Bulan Yang lalu +3

    I agree with Gary here. As we say it, where i come from: 'the fish smells from it's head'. Leadership or lack there of is crucial. With crappy back noise and conditions around players all the time, they inevitably will under perform. There are dozens of clubs as example that drifted into obscurity over time, big clubs, medium sized clubs, smaller clubs. Bad leadership is the common ground nothing else. Think about why Rangnick gtfo quick, he saw he wasn't given the tools or the power needed to make a change there. Bankers only be like: Sign well known name for merch (player) without tactical concept and drain money through share dividends. Refinance loans, let stadium rot and don't invest in any additional or new personal/facilities that have proven to be beneficial in many other clubs already 5-10 years ago. It's all max margin now and no sustainability or outlook on the future.
    Really sad to see in real time.

    • RS Familia
      RS Familia Bulan Yang lalu

      You can say "leadership is crucial". Or "they have to improve their leadership or lack there of".

  • MrPorquoipas
    MrPorquoipas Bulan Yang lalu

    I’m AC Milan fan, and I agree, Gary Neville great player, totally understand, miss this team what a history, I know how this feels, we had 8 years garbage owners that had no project, spend a lot and failed, finally back, I think start over get an owner that cares, get youngsters forget big Money, do what AC Milan done. in no time it will be back, they need a long term project in place, buying Ronaldo doesn’t guarantee you get out of the Problem. So long I do see this, it will be a Ghost Clup, chasing the old history.

  • Drew Helford
    Drew Helford Bulan Yang lalu +8

    Too be honest, we've seen the same thing with Arsenal not too long ago. I firmly believe the money is being spent, but it's on all the wrong players. Rebuilds always take time, but Man U have been making the same mistakes time and time again. I love the passion from Gary, and I think everyone in the premier league wants to see Manchester United be better than what we have been seeing. As a Liverpool fan I don't like seeing it, because I want better competition. Don't get me wrong, they have good players, but they aren't being utilized properly. That 5-0 defeat last season at Old Trafford was just painful to watch. I saw the fans, and the players give up. There is no heart in this team....also, tactically speaking why the hell was Christian Erikson playing as a CDM in this game haha?

    • Edward Bamber
      Edward Bamber Bulan Yang lalu

      @Andy Lewis last season Man Utd played a different style of football

    • Ben
      Ben Bulan Yang lalu

      @Andy Lewis yes and brentford did not play such an aggressive high press and DDG decisions weren’t so poor in those games. It isn’t the managers tactics.

    • Andy Lewis
      Andy Lewis Bulan Yang lalu

      @Ben last season Utd beat Brentford 3-0 and 3-1 with Fred and Mctominay so your not making sense

    • Ben
      Ben Bulan Yang lalu +2

      Eriksen was playing 6 because Fred and mctominay are even worse in the buildup. It’s not like he was moving back there to bolster the defense. Ten Hag is making changes with what he’s got.

  • Gav B
    Gav B Bulan Yang lalu +7

    Gary was bang on!! Needs sorting ASAP or United will be in a relegation fight! Already been hammered by one of the relegation favourites and beat easily by Brighton too! Next few games are really important and against some of the best in the league, Let’s see what happens but Mr.Neville is spot on!!!

  • Anthony Van Wyk
    Anthony Van Wyk Bulan Yang lalu

    Peak content. Proper analytics from Gary.

  • Shane Kelly
    Shane Kelly Bulan Yang lalu +793

    Jamie is right. Regardless of the shambles off the pitch, you could play the youth team tomorrow who would try harder and follow their coaches plan than these players who have lost all their confidence. Neville is focusing on all of the off pitch issues which will take 5-10 years to rebuild stadiums and training facilities, even if the Glazers sold up tomorrow. Millions of people would give anything to be able to play professional football and would run their socks off for a wage packet of the average Utd player.

    • Lee Grant
      Lee Grant Bulan Yang lalu

      @wertrocks123 my comments say something similar

    • Lee Grant
      Lee Grant Bulan Yang lalu

      the truth is there to many yes people there do as you say i mean really having Steve as training coach that says it all and there is serious problems in the dressing room there is a on going issues here and until some unity comes to the team this is going to go on and on gary made a good point u can not run a club on revenue it just can't be done get all the do gooders out of the way and u have a good club bk

    • wertrocks123
      wertrocks123 Bulan Yang lalu +2

      @H M They haven't put money in the club though. As Gary addresses here, none of the money that Utd spends comes out the glazers pockets, it all comes from the club's revenue. If they had owners like the Arabs, who are willing to put billions in, they would probably be the best team on earth.

    • wertrocks123
      wertrocks123 Bulan Yang lalu

      Heard it all before. They made big money signings, they turned out to be useless. You can follow the same patterns and make the same criticisms and nothing will change. Or you can go for the people who are responsible for the entire organisation, the people who have allowed these failures to take place whilst at the same time enriching themselves and maybe something will change.

    • jayizbest
      jayizbest Bulan Yang lalu

      Its obvious theres a say in who gets picked...

  • Faraz Laghaei
    Faraz Laghaei 26 hari yang lalu +3

    Neville on point. he knows what he's talking about 👍

  • Simon Hill
    Simon Hill 22 hari yang lalu +2

    Gary is correct in every way !! And the best thing is I love it seeing the demise of the team I loathe !!!🙄😂

    • SHIFTY
      SHIFTY 11 hari yang lalu +1

      LOATHE

    • ikls gu
      ikls gu 21 hari yang lalu

      The fact that United beat liverpool and arsenal since this video proves Jamie right. The players are capable of playing well, they just don’t do it in a consistent basis

  • Steve Livingstone
    Steve Livingstone Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Gary is saying what the fans have been saying for the last 5 years.

  • robert robertson
    robert robertson Bulan Yang lalu +1

    It kills me to say it, and I'm a Liverpool fan, but on this subject, Gary Neville has got it to spot on, I have to agree with him 100%.

  • DK7 MKD
    DK7 MKD Bulan Yang lalu +552

    As much as I agree with Gary & Jaimie, I cannot believe that a team consisting of first choice international players from England, Brazil, Portugal, Denmark can’t beat a team like Brentford which in all likelihood finish in the bottom half of the table. Both Pep & Klopp had slow starts in their first seasons. Time to back the manager and pay a premium price for players who probably wouldn’t cost as much because we screwed up in the market. Lastly Ten Hag should have fought to keep Ralf. Ralf would have been a great ally to Ten Hag.

    • elponcho man
      elponcho man Bulan Yang lalu

      @Harry Destaffano first choice internationals? Who? They all suck let's be honest, I'm not bias here, I support no premier league club. Your team is very very average. A lot of the players would not play in the top teams like City, Bayern, Real...

    • Isleofskye
      Isleofskye Bulan Yang lalu

      Sor Alex made such a slow start that he was ONE GAME away from the sack.
      Thank You Mark Robens for saving him..

    • Russell ward
      Russell ward Bulan Yang lalu +1

      But they aren't a team. You can't just buy random internationals and expect them to be a team. They have no plan. They just buy names and flash. The engine of the team is broken but instead of rebuilding the engine they continue spending money on new rims and a radio.

    • Ryan booth
      Ryan booth Bulan Yang lalu

      @m well you’ve got that wrong because ragnick didn’t want to go back to that bomb site.

    • Ncedisa Feni
      Ncedisa Feni Bulan Yang lalu

      @ibeh futune pride gets you no where in life. Man u already tried Dutch players and it didn't work out. Deepay and donny. Everton brought in Klassen and it was a fail.

  • ReaViews
    ReaViews Bulan Yang lalu +1

    As a Liverpool I could not be more happy about the situation Utd are in. But taking bias out, I can understand just how much pain the fans must feel right now. I've always respected Neville and even more so now.

    • Ryan Cottle
      Ryan Cottle Bulan Yang lalu +1

      I recall how Man U fans mocked us LFC fans during Ferguson's reign and LFCs league drought, forgetting they went 26 years without winning the league. They needed to be humbled.

  • 🔞Don't read profile photo

    Gary is on the verge of tears like most of us United fans. It’s hard to see where the club is at and the route it’s going

    • eigow ou
      eigow ou Bulan Yang lalu

      Look at those ladies behind them

  • MZY
    MZY Bulan Yang lalu

    Gary Neville 👏
    The man has got passion and I don’t understand why these former players are not involved more in United, because they have more passion than the people there.

  • Maxine Bithell
    Maxine Bithell Bulan Yang lalu

    This is just one of those moments where, yes I can say something negative or be critical about someone/something I love... but ifsomeone else says it, "heeey, wind your kneck in!" ...and, seriously, Jamie Rednap! ...he stole a living... lucky to have been an average player in a brilliant Liverpool side. Far too gobby now tbh!

  • leunga
    leunga Bulan Yang lalu +374

    Gary -"will die for the club" as a player. Great comeback by Jamie. There are no desire in the current crop of players. When a lesser quality team does well it is the desire and determination that pushes them above their weight. That comes from recruitment and scouting of the right players. City realised that after a few years and got the Barca people in / Chelsea had Marina Granovskaia / Arsenal on track it seems with Edu.
    With Utd they often seem to do their transfer dealings in open public. Other teams often have leverage over them on fees. It is like playing poker with your cards faced up.

    • leunga
      leunga Bulan Yang lalu

      @Ben B Artist Agreed. Same for pep during his spell at Barca. Very rare these days, almost once in a generation thing especially with all promote as a group to first team.

    • Ben B Artist
      Ben B Artist Bulan Yang lalu

      There's another factor to it. Sir Alex was fortunate to have a really good crop of youngsters come through the academy. They worked so well as a team and were willing to do so much for the club because they grew up together as footballers and men at Man U. That kind of thing is a rare occurrence.

    • dillion won
      dillion won Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @Johan Krausse yes I Liverpool mostly go for the right players that will adapt to their current style of football and not big names or models.

    • dillion won
      dillion won Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @LmvPlays true, sometimes the media is the cause spoiling deals happening.

  • Jon Reynolds
    Jon Reynolds Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Love Gary. Knows a lot and speaks a lot of sense.