Gary Neville didn’t miss a chance to mock Chelsea (Footage: Getty)
Gary Neville has mocked Chelsea proprietor Todd Boehly for his ‘scattergun’ method to the switch market, evaluating the American to a ‘child in a sweetshop’ this summer time.
Neville was responding to Blues legend John Terry who vented his frustrations following Chelsea’s 2-1 defeat to Southampton on Tuesday night time.
Thomas Tuchel’s facet took the lead at St Mary’s however fell to their second defeat of the season because of targets from Romeo Lavia and Adam Armstrong.
It was a poor efficiency from Chelsea and Terry was sad, saying he’s wanting ahead to the top of the switch window so Tuchel’s much-changed facet can discover some rhythm and continuity.
‘I hate seeing us get beat,’ Terry tweeted. ‘Southampton had been excellent , however we glance very unbalanced on the minute. I can’t await the window to shut and get our settled squad, group and formation.
‘We miss Reece [James] a lot when he doesn’t play. 22 years outdated and a future captain in my view.’
Neville was joyful to stay the boot in, pointing the blame for Chelsea’s disjointed nature at their proprietor and his method to signing gamers.
The Manchester United legend was at risk of throwing stones inside his glass home, however did reference the Purple Devils’ personal failings by labelling Boehly ‘Todd Woodward’ in reference to United’s former govt vice-chairman, Ed.
‘Your man Todd Woodward must cease wandering spherical like a child in a candy store!’ Neville replied to Terry.