Gary Neville Predicts Where Manchester United Will Finish And Picks His Champions League Winners
Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville is backing his old club to finish in the top four of the Premier League.
The Sky Sports pundit found himself stuck on a train and invited his Twitter followers to submit their questions as he looked to make the time pass more quickly.
Earlier in the week, his comments about Spurs being flaky earned him plenty of criticism from a number of people including former boss Harry Redknapp.
Twitter user @MartialFC_11 asked Neville if he thought Manchester United could finish in the top four and his reply was a resounding "Yes".
Some of the other questions weren't quite as sensible so we've also learned that he's not a fan of pineapple on his pizzas and his favourite stadium to commentate in is ... Old Trafford. No surprise there then.
Neville was also asked if regretted retiring to which he replied: "No I was done". The best defender he ever faced was Paolo Maldini.
@Jackb2302 wanted to know which team had most impressed him this season and he came back with "Salford". As one of the co-owners of Salford, Neville also said he was hoping that they'd get a dream draw in the FA Cup - Bury in the second round of the FA Cup before facing Manchester United.
In Neville's rapid fire Q+A we also discovered that he thought Brian McClair was the most well read player he'd ever met and that he preferred Liverpool's front three over that of Manchester City. He also tipped Juventus to win this season's Champions League.
He replied that he could only see himself as a fan when asked if he would have any future involvement at Manchester United.