The England guru was not hesitant to reveal his sympathy for his former and mother club Manchester United naming it as a broken club that needs time to rediscover itself.
The current season hasn't been easy for Manchester United following many humiliating defeats and several eliminations from all competitions.
It's now more than five years without winning any trophy in football.And just like he never had any doubts that Liverpool would come back one day,he has same hopes that the Manchester based club will come back to it greatness again.
"My view, at this moment of time. There are a lot of things the players could have done better, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could have done better, Ralf Rangnick maybe could have done better. But fundamentally the club is broken on and off the pitch."Neville said.
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