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Neville: Arsenal have lost their legs | Southampton haven't been good enough
Gary Neville says Arsenal have simply 'run out of energy' in the Premier League title race while Southampton just haven't been good enough to stay in the top flight.
Neville: Jorginho was the difference | Scholes did things Gerrard and Lampard couldn't | Klopp has to be supported in transfer market
Gary Neville felt Jorginho was the difference in Arsenal's win over Newcastle, saying he put in a composed and class performance which reminded him of his former teammate Paul Scholes. This leads to a discussion of why Scholes was better than Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard! Mohamed Salah is also prasied for another great season, despite Liverpool’s struggles and believes Jurgen Klopp has to be supported again in the transfer market.
Neville: Haaland is a sensation now he must deliver against Madrid | Chelsea players were a disgrace against Arsenal
Gary Neville and Martin Tyler discuss Erling Haaland's record breaking performance against West Ham and also breakdown the problems happening at Chelsea this season.
Neville: Spurs are a shambolic mess! | Man City's title to lose | Haaland is truly unique, the PL is lucky to have him
Gary Neville and Martin Tyler discuss a whole host of topics after a crazy game at Anfield between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City's pivotal victory at Fulham and how Arsenal keep battling through as they slip to second in the Premier League title race.
Neville's advice to Arsenal for title run-in | Partnership between Maguire & Lindelof key for Man Utd | Chelsea in a right mess!
Gary Neville talks to Sky Sports commentator Rob Hawthorne after Manchester United's win against Nottingham Forest in the Premier League and talks the injuries to the Erik Ten Hag's squad and how important the partnership between Harry Maguire & Victor Lindelof will play in their season. Gary also offers up some advice to Arsenal ahead of the title run-in and discuss loses for Chelsea and Tottenham.