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Gary Neville 'called on a lynch mob… nothing justifies that behaviour', insists Simon Jordan

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Simon Jordan has laid into Gary Neville and fellow leading TV pundits for trying to justify Manchester United supporter protests that saw their match against Liverpool postponed on Sunday, brandishing their comments as 'irresponsible'.

Their sentiments have not been reciprocated by Jordan who has blasted them for their roles in inciting the fans too, claiming Neville called on a 'lynch mob'.

'I don't care what people like Gary Neville come out with, calling on a lynch mob and start talking about how there is an entitlement for fans to do this.

'The cause you've got is because you don't like the people who run your football club, you don't like the way they purchase the football and you don't like the fact they tried something that they didn't get away with but nothing justifies that kind of behaviour.

Aside from his punditry duties, Neville owns 10 per cent of Salford City - with 40 per cent of the club funded by billionaire Peter Lim.And Jordan didn't hold back on his views about the 46-year-old's hypocrisy of preaching about United fans unhappiness about the club losing money as he claimed the same thing is happening with Salford too.

'The hypocrisy of his ownership of Salford when he got a billionaire owner in there who is funding Salford who are, to my mind, losing money left right and centre, who probably breached financial fair play, and all of this is being utilised by Gary Neville to advise a soap box wrapped in hypocrisy,' he continued.

'Yes, these owners and the ownership models in football right now are flawed, but why are they flawed? Why has it got to his point? Because of the greed across the board in football and the hypocrisy embodied by people like Gary Neville.

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