Ageing Gary Neville is the latest rag to talk about the opposition as his stratospherically debt ridden club continue to stand still…
Bury’s own Chuckle, who turns 36 years old this season along with this year’s other City obsessive Paul Scholes is that desperate to offload his frustration at the City juggernaut that he’s even started talking up Liverpool. We all knew he was a closet scouser. He told the Norwich scarfed massive’s MUTV smugfest:
‘I have more respect for Liverpool as a club, in a sense of their tradition and their history, than I would do some of the other clubs that have been coming on the scene in the last few years, throwing a load of money at it. Liverpool have a good history, you have to hand it to them for that. They have been successful.’
We’ve come to laugh at such pontificating rag arrogance in recent years and this is no exception. Yet again, bitter Neville reminds us of the anguish all those across The Glazer Empire that know who Manchester City are must be feeling.
Across two decades, the rags operated unrivalled in the transfer market and are now forced to sign Portugese unknowns in er, inexplicable ‘kamikaze’ bids while ‘the noisy neighbours strategically buy young international stars.
Liddle ciddy have gone from Wycombe to Juventus in 11 years and that’s got to hurt.
This season’s All Over Now interviews so far:
Normal Service Resumed As Taggart Wades In
Scholes Adds Spurs To His Pontificating Drivel
Scholes The First Rag To Focus On City