Jamie Carragher claims Gary Neville has 'cried off' from Monday Night Football after Man United trouncing
Has Gary gone into hiding?
Jamie Carragher has said that Gary Neville has "cried off" from appearing on Sky Sports this evening for Monday Night Football.
Tonight, Brentford take on Fulham in a west London derby. Carragher and Neville are usually the classic combo for Sky Sports' Monday night games, looking back on and analysing all the major talking points from the weekend. However, it sounds like a certain game at Anfield on Sunday may have put Neville off appearing on punditry duty tonight.
His beloved United were humiliated 7-0 at the hands of arch rivals Liverpool, and the thought of dissecting the game all over again with Liverpool legend Carragher seems to have been too much for Gary.
Carragher tweeted on Monday afternoon: "Gary Neville has cried off from MNF." He then asked his followers which game they would like analysis on the most.
Gary Neville has cried off from MNF 😂😂😂
What analysis do you want most 😜
— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) March 6, 2023
Gary Neville was already struggling to contain his emotions yesterday after the final whistle at Anfield. He called out Bruno Fernandes for his "embarrasing" and "disgraceful" efforts and said the entire team had let the supporters down.
Neville was not enjoying it, either, when Graeme Souness and Jamie Carragher repeatedly asked him to admit that Liverpool had played well. Neville attempted to argue that Klopp would not say Liverpool were fully back and firing, only for Souness, leaning into Carragher, to ask his fellow pundit to admit the hosts played well.
"Look at you," said Neville, "gloating like little children."
The former United defender ended the broadcast by likening the Sky Sports presentation to 'Liverpool TV'.
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