Gary Neville and Harry Redknapp are hardly the best of friends after a wave of recent spats led the former Tottenham, Portsmouth and QPR manager to deem the Sky Sports pundits’ comments “an absolute disgrace.”
Neville had called Spurs “spineless”, saying the North London side had been “soft, flaky, rubbish” over the last 30 years, on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football. His comments infuriated Redknapp, who hit back on talkSPORT back by declaring the Valencia team the former right-back managed as “the worst not just in the last 30 years but in their history.”
The 71-year-old may, however, have wished he didn’t add “He wants to do his homework before he comes on and talks about people in that tone” as Neville went on to do that very thing, only picking away at Redknapp’s time with Birmingham.
Homework’s done Sir ? pic.twitter.com/iUuZ35isf1
— Gary Neville (@GNev2) November 2, 2018
The spreadsheet shared by the commentator and pundit showed his time in Valencia was not all that bad – he won two per cent more games with the Spanish club than Redknapp at St Andrew’s.
It doesn’t look like Neville’s ready for the feud to rest either, taking to Instagram and sharing a delightful T-Shirt he wished to wear with a discrete shot at Redknapp’s expense.