The former Arsenal striker Ian Wright took objection to Gary Neville calling for the Premier League to come down on teams trying to get games postponed. Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville were both on Sky Sports on Friday night and both agree that it’s about time that the Premier League stop teams from looking to get their games postponed due to missing players through injuries or the AFCON.
Both of which have nothing to do with Covid, bit harsh on Arsenal? The Gunners just took advantage of the rules, which every team has been doing thus far…
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"FROM NOW ON" 😂 😳
It's not about Arsenal or the fans. It's about no more Super Sunday on Sky! https://t.co/wQgt3vYXjy
— Ian Wright (@IanWright0) January 15, 2022
🗣 "I honestly believe that all teams must be made to play their fixtures"
🗣 "We're talking about teams calling games off based on if they think they have their best squad… it's got to stop"@GNev2 and @Carra23 share their thoughts on recent postponements 💬 pic.twitter.com/6qBsmLOjyM
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) January 14, 2022