Neville backtracks and admits Man Utd will NOT end above Arsenal this season


GARY NEVILLE has backtracked on his declare Manchester United will end above Arsenal this season.

The Gunners have received 4 on the bounce and are actually 14 factors forward of United, having performed two extra video games.


Gary Neville has backtracked on his Premier League predictionCredit score: Getty

However Neville now believes they can’t be caught by Erik ten Hag’s facet, regardless of stating the alternative earlier this week.

Talking forward of United’s journey to Liverpool, Neville advised Sky Sports activities: “There may be a pair in that dressing room which may assume let’s cling in there let’s have a look at if anybody slips up.

“I don’t think they will do it this season I think they’re too far off Arsenal and City.”

Followers have been fast to name out the pundit after he predicted United to complete second, above Arsenal.

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One Gooner wrote: “Thought they were finishing 2nd above Arsenal “

One other added: “But you said United will finish 2nd you are really confused.”

And a 3rd mentioned: “Backtracking now after claiming United would finish above Arsenal .”

Earlier this week Neville was assured United would end above Arsenal, suggesting Mikel Arteta’s facet might drop to 3rd if their title problem fades earlier than the ultimate few video games.


He mentioned on The Overlap: “That’s my inkling earlier within the season, what usually occurs is one staff will get so shut they realise they’ll’t win it after which they simply go like that within the final two or three video games.

“You lose two video games after which hastily another person goes above you. I believed Metropolis would win the league and United would end second two or three months in the past.

“To be fair, I’m not going to change my mind on it. I still think City are going to win the league even though Arsenal, the closer it gets… but 14 games is still a long way to go. I still think United will finish second.”

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