Class of 92 Legend Quits Man Utd After Frustration With Board

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The Class of 92, a group of Manchester United legends, have been a source of inspiration for many football fans around the world. But one of the most iconic members of the group, Gary Neville, recently revealed that he was so frustrated with the club’s board and the direction they were taking the team in that he almost quit the club.

In an interview with the BBC, Neville opened up about his struggles with the club’s board and how he was so fed up with the way things were going that he almost walked away from the club.

“I was so p***ed off with the board and the way they were running the club that I was ready to quit,” Neville said. “I was so sick of Man Utd and p***ed off at the board that I was ready to walk away.”

Neville went on to explain that he was so frustrated with the club’s lack of ambition and the way they were treating the players that he was ready to leave. He said that he was so fed up with the way things were going that he was ready to blow.

“I was so fed up with the way things were going that I was ready to blow,” Neville said. “I was so frustrated with the lack of ambition and the way they were treating the players that I was ready to leave.”

Neville’s revelation is a stark reminder of how much the club has changed since the days of the Class of 92. The club’s board has come under fire in recent years for their lack of ambition and their failure to invest in the team.

The former Manchester United defender also revealed that he was so frustrated with the club’s board that he was ready to quit the club and move on to another team.

“I was so fed up with the way things were going that I was ready to quit and move on to another team,” Neville said.

Neville’s revelation is a stark reminder of how much the club has changed since the days of the Class of 92. The club’s board has come under fire in recent years for their lack of ambition and their failure to invest in the team.

It is clear that Neville was so frustrated with the club’s board and the direction they were taking the team in that he was ready to quit the club. His revelation is a stark reminder of how much the club has changed since the days of the Class of 92 and how much the club needs to change in order to be successful again.