Manchester United legend Gary Neville is back at trolling Liverpool again, this time with a post on Instagram.
It is a well known fact that the former Manchester United right-back hates Liverpool. He had expressed his views in an interview that dates back to 2010, where he said:
“When I was younger there was no doubt about it. I was a United fan, they [Liverpool] were winning everything and it was a horrible time for my club, to be honest, through the 70s and 80s.
“I suppose it came from jealousy through my childhood – jealousy, hatred, passion for your own club. You don’t want them [Liverpool] to win anything, and you don’t like the people who are winning, just like I’ve seen in the last 15 or 16 years, from a good side, everybody is now ‘we all hate Man United’ – and they hate Man United because we are winning.”
Today is the day when Gary Neville made the first of his 602 appearances for Manchester United back in 1992.
Neville will be at Chelsea’s home Stamford Bridge today as a part of the match day program.
He posted a picture of him sitting on the substitute’s bench with the caption ‘The only time you’ll see me on the Liverpool bench.’