Neville' s playing a blinder again on Sky's coverage. He's refused to get sidetracked into an argument about whether the fans have done the right thing and is totally focused on the message that regulatory bodies need to act to protect football and all of its clubs from the predatory actions of individuals who cannot be trusted to act in the best interests of the wider game.
Souness is spouting his same old Thatcherite ladder pulling eighties footballer done good waffle. Yosser must be sad that he ever said 'You look like me.'
The major point of the York City protests and the physical damage done brought the attention of corrupt moneymen ( Archer) in football to the attention of the nation. I hope on a different scale, this does the same for the moneymen of today , who care nothing for football at any level.
Until the York City game, our protests were nothing more than...." liitle ol Brighton " making a fuss about nothing.
The same nauseating comments were made by politicians and ex players then, as they will do now. They got it wrong then and I hope they've got it wrong now.
Good for the fans. It can be too easy to slip into the lazy thinking that the fans of these big clubs are effectively just sheep going along with the decisions of their owners, so it's been great to see so many of them (at all of the big 6 but United more so as it's a longer established protest movement) going for it.