“They’ve been through hell at Manchester United in the early years. They don’t care, and when I saw his name on it, I was really worried.”
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and culture secretary Oliver Dowden have spoken on behalf of the British government against the ESL.
Neville is pleased with the reaction but says it will not have an affect on the owners of the clubs involved.
He continued: “I’m enthused by the reaction of the Government, by royalty, by the whole of football, by the fans, but if they get this through, if they push this through and these owners have pushed difficult things through for their clubs in the past.