Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Soslkjaer and a chunk of the club’s top brass aren’t happy with club legend Garry Neville over his role with the anti-Glazer protests.
Neville was one of the most vocal pundits who were against the collapsed Super League with United was part of with the club fans raiding the team’s hotel and Old Trafford last Sunday prior to their game against Liverpool; a move which saw the postponement of the tie.
Former Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan Neville of "calling on a lynch mob" with Solskjaer and his staff said not to have been impressed by the postponement of the game despite being against the ESL.
Solskjaer touched on the incident on Wednesday saying: "When it becomes a police matter that's not nice and it has not been helped by certain individuals. I have to say that's another part of it, that's your (the media's) end of it."
United will now have to play three games in a span of a week after the Liverpool game was moved to another date with the club on verge of being in the Europa League final after putting six goals past AS Roma in the first leg of the semi-final hosted at Old Trafford last week.