The former Manchester United defender was taking no prisoners on the social media site
Gary Neville has labelled Arsenal a ‘pub team’ on Twitter after their defeat to Manchester City.
The former England and Manchester United defender was responding to a Gunners fan who complained about the prices of Salford City’s ticket prices ahead of their game against Chesterfield.
The Manchester-based side (co-owned by Gary, Phil Neville, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs) were promoting Saturday’s National League clash on Twitter.
Despite offering tickets for just £10 for adults, one fan complained and called the Ammies a ‘pub team’.
But Neville had the perfect response for the Arsenal fan.
After being dismantled by Manchester City on Sunday, Unai Emery’s new team clearly have work to do.
If anything, they will want to keep the likes of Neville off their back…