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PremierLeague-News.Com - The Sky Sports pundit and former Manchester United defender was very critical of Arsenal in their defeat to Liverpool
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Gary Neville has slammed the Arsenal players following their Premier League defeat to Liverpool at the weekend. A brace from second half substitute Diogo Jota as well as a strike from Mohamed Salah helped the Reds climb up the league table and narrow the gap on the top four spots. While there was praise for the way Liverpool played in the 3-0 win, there was a fair amount of criticism aimed at Arsenal for their performance. Gunners boss Mikel Arteta said he was “shocked” by his side’s display, and now Neville has launched into an impassioned rant about what he saw at the Emirates Stadium. Read More Related Articles Real Madrid Champions League squad vs Liverpool confirmed as Eden Hazard decision made Read More Related Articles 'Still got it' - Liverpool fans go crazy after Jurgen Klopp training video emerges Here is everything Neville said about Arsenal and their defeat to Liverpool on Monday Night Football. “I was alarmed. Ordinarily on a Monday Night Football, you come into this and plan what you’re going to do. “We know Arsenal are inconsistent, we know where they are in their transition under Mikel Arteta and you don’t ordinarily think it’s going to stand out. “I have to say, at half time on Saturday I was really uncomfortable with what I’d seen. “At the end of the game I did something that I don’t ordinarily do. I normally just get off as soon as a game finishes. “I sat around for a few minutes with Martin Tyler (saying) ‘what was that?’ I was really uncomfortable with what I saw. “There have been a number of times in the last 10 years I’ve been doing Monday Night Football where my anger has emerged over the couple of days since the game.
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. “Sunderland I remember once I thought ‘there’s something not right there’, a couple of Chelsea performances where I thought they were turning on the manager at a certain point.
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“Coming out of Saturday, we don’t know what goes on behind the scenes at Arsenal, but I have to say there were a few players in the front part of the pitch, it looked like a little mafia. “It looked like a little group of players who weren’t comfortable, like there was a disconnect between them and the manager. Like the manager looked like he’d had enough of them, like he had that glazed eye look. “It’s instinct, but we’ve been around football quite a long time now to know when a group of players are disinterested. “I said in the second half me and Martin Tyler could have played at centre-back for Liverpool. “They were really comfortable those two, they never laid a finger on them and they had no pressure against them. “"It was embarrassing, it was a bad day. I came away from it thinking it was a dark moment, a crossroads moment. A moment where you think that’s more than just a 3-0 defeat against Liverpool, which at the start of the season you would have said ‘so what’. “I think Mikel Arteta would have come away from that game on Saturday thinking ‘it’s me or them’."
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