“Go and face your Manchester United and leave Arsenal alone, I’m going to walk you off if you don’t stop”- Arsenal icon Ian Wright has angrily blasted Man United Legend Gary Neville after what he jokingly said about Arsenal and Mikel Arteta
‘I’m going to walk away…’ Ian Wright is enraged by what Gary Neville has recently said about Arsenal.
The meeting between Arsenal and Newcastle on Saturday evening was fraught with controversy.
The Gunners were defeated 1-0 by a goal that may have been disallowed for three separate reasons, as well as two questionable red card rulings.
As you can expect, a game like this has sparked a lot of debate in the footballing world, and Gary Neville and Ian Wright differed on Stick to Football about it.
Neville believes that the referee’s decision to award Newcastle’s goal on Sunday was not a bad one, but Wright strongly disagreed, adding that he was prepared to walk off the broadcast due to their disagreement.
Wright and Neville have a spat over the Arsenal-Newcastle game.
On Saturday, the two differed on a refereeing call.
“Was Newcastle’s goal on Saturday a fluke?” “It’s not a howler,” Neville pointed out.
“It’s a howler, of course!” We’re talking about penalties with minor touch, and this guy has two hands on his back. I’m going to leave, bro. I can’t deal with the rage that is rising within me. “How can you guys be talking about minimal contact for penalties?” Wright asked.
“And people will say, ‘Oh, it’s because it’s Arsenal,’ but it isn’t.” Because he has two hands on his back!”
It’s a tough one.
This one is quite difficult to evaluate.
On the one hand, this goal may have been denied for a variety of reasons, but each incident in isolation doesn’t appear too horrible.
Yes, there was a shove on Gabriel, but that has happened countless times in the Premier League over the years.
These disputes are so difficult to judge, and we can see why Wright, an Arsenal fan, sees things differently from Neville.