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Simon Jordan hits back at ‘irresponsible’ pundits for trying to justify Old Trafford fan protests and brands Manchester United legend Gary Neville ‘a hypocrite’ over Glazers criticism

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Simon Jordan has accused a number of leading football pundits of ‘irresponsibly’ trying to justify the Manchester United fan protests that led to the postponement of Sunday’s game against Liverpool.

The talkSPORT host also branded United legend Gary Neville a ‘hypocrite’ over his reaction to the ugly scenes at Old Trafford and has insisted: ‘NOTHING justifies that kind of behaviour’.

The Premier League were forced to postpone United’s meeting with rivals Liverpool after a group of fans protested on the pitch and other supporters clashed with police officers as thousands gathered to protest against their owners, the Glazers.

They’re going into training grounds, they’re breaking into stadiums.

“There is a selfish nature in football and it pervades football full-stop.

“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.

Because of the greed across the board in football and the hypocrisy embodied by people like Gary Neville.”
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