GARY NEVILLE and Jamie Carragher have taunted the European Super League by TOASTING its spectacular collapse.
Fans’ mass protests brought the 12-club, closed-shop league crashing down as suddenly it was announced just three days.
And Manchester United legend Neville was followed by ex-Liverpool hero Jamie Carragher in posting joyous photos on social media as they drunk to the ESL’s demise.
With Old Trafford executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward announcing he is quitting at the end of the year, Nev wants United to BOOT OUT any other executives involved in the ESL plotting.
He told Sky: “Ed Woodward is the trunk of the tree.
“Now it’s time to get the roots out…the Glazers have no place in Manchester United.
“Every single exec who sits at the table, they need throwing out of that club. He knew his time in football was finished.”
Fans from across the country quickly lapped up Neville and Carragher’s celebrations of the Tuesday night U-turn.
And Carra told Sky: “I was convinced this was going to be over and it is finished now.”
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Neville had earlier blasted: “I’m disgusted with Manchester United and Liverpool the most.
“Manchester United, 100 years, born from workers around here, and they’re breaking into a league without competition, that they can’t be relegated from?
“It’s an absolute disgrace and we have to wrestle back the power in this country from the clubs at the top of this league. That includes my club.”
And in a pretty accurate gaze into what was to happen over the past 24 hours, Carra said on Monday: “We have tribalism in this country, we have rivalry, that’s what makes the game we love.
“Football fans get together, all of us, in TV, pundits, players, managers, get together and stop this because it can be stopped.
“I’m convinced of it. Going forward, I think that’s what we need, marches on stadiums, supporters getting together, this cannot be allowed to happen.”
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