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Gary Neville said “eat your words” after Leeds ’comments

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Luke Leiling of Leeds United celebrates after scoring his team’s third goal with Robin Koch and Rodrigo Moreno in a Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Leeds United in Malino on March 18, 2022.


Gary Neville he was told “eat the words” after his comments about Leeds returned to pursue him.

This was reported by an expert Sky Sports Premier League the wrestlers were “as good as they took off” after falling behind 2-0 at the break against the Wolves. However, after Raoul Jimenez, the composition of the game changed completely fired for a controversial call for a second yellow card shortly after the restart.

Leeds scored two goals in three minutes to equalize before Luke Eiling found a potentially defining winner in overtime. And not only were their fans buzzing with three points, but also the opportunity to attribute them to former Manchester United defender Neville.

“You said @ GNev2,” one tweeted and the other wrote, “Let this Neville!” One just posted, “HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA @ GNev2.”

“@ GNev2 EAT YOUR WORDS MR NEVILLE,” added one of Leeds’ ecstatic supporters, and “Put it in your ass,” @ GNev2 repeated. One asked, “Gary Neville, where are you hiding?” And, as commented by the bunch over: “@ GNev2 never writes off this team. Together for 4 years. A connection that is not easy to break.”

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Leeds won the comeback against the Wolves.

Leeds United manager Jesse Marsh celebrates the final whistle after a Premier League match at Molineux Stadium in Wolverhampton.  Photo date: Friday, March 18, 2022
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“I love you, Leeds United. Put it in your @ GNev2 tube,” said the person who added an additional smiley to his post. “Well, @ GNev2, what do you have to say?” Asked another White fan.

The return win was huge for the Yorkshire club, which is now seven points away from the relegation zone, although it has played more games than the four teams below them in the table. Jesse Marsh has now secured a consecutive win after tasting defeat in his first two matches.

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