Gary Neville insists it’s a ‘fact’ Man United will go top again as Old Trafford legend says you can’t ‘keep great clubs down’

Gary Neville insists Manchester United’s malaise will not last forever and that it is «inevitable» they will be champions again under the watch of Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Ineos.

Monday’s 4-0 drubbing at the hands of Crystal Palace was the latest blow in what has been a miserable season for United.

Boss Erik ten Hag has already lost more games this season than any other United manager in the Premier League era – 13 defeats – one more than in 2021/22.

But Neville believes a club the size of Manchester United cannot be sustained for long.

“When the sun comes up, Manchester United will start winning again. It’s a fact,» he said.

Gary Neville insists it is «inevitable» that Man United will be champions again

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«I don’t know when it will be. Can’t guarantee it, but I know these things go in cycles.

“I spent my whole childhood watching Liverpool, Everton and Arsenal win trophies, win the old Division One and I was patient.

“I had to wait until I was 18, 19 when Manchester United won the league title for the first time in my life – and then we won a lot of league titles and now we haven’t won one for 10 years.

«I know very well that in my lifetime – hopefully – Manchester United will win trophies, but they will win trophies again. We will do it right, just like Liverpool, just like Arsenal.

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“You can’t keep these great clubs down. I’m sorry, they’re too big, they’re too established, they’ve got a great history, they’re going through lean times.»

Neville was speaking from the red carpet at the world premiere of a new three-part documentary charting United’s 99 Treble winners.

Part of that historic run saw Sir Alex Ferguson’s men overcome major adversity in the FA Cup semi-final against Arsenal when they went down to 10 men before going on to lift the trophy.

Now Neville wants to see the Ten Hag’s men ‘defy the odds’ to beat Manchester City at Wembley.

‘Look, hopefully in three, four weeks, this FA Cup final against Manchester City, which is such a tough game, we know how good City are, but if they can defy the odds, who knows where it could go. he said.

“You know, in 1989-90 Sir Alex Ferguson won the FA Cup and that gave him confidence in the group of players.

“Then they went on to win the Cup Winners’ Cup, then they won the League Cup and finally they won the league title.

«It’s been built block by block, step by step, and it could be right around the corner or it could be a few years from now, but Manchester United will win again. It is inevitable.’

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