According to the Salford City owner, Gary Neville, clubs lack etiquette, when highlighting other clubs’ policies, following his club’s 4000 a week wages signing of Adam Rooney from Aberdeen (fee not disclosed), following criticism from Accrington Stanley and Motherwell.
For the record, Neville has made a career as a Sky TV pundit making barbed comments on clubs’ policies. Some would suggest that Neville has made a panic buy, following the departure of his former two big lieutenants, the management duo of Johnson and Morley to Chester FC. The general concensure was the departures were for financial reasons, which now has proven to be humbug.
Neville in response installed a rookie manager, even the name escapes the football column.
From numbers 1 to 10 of first team quality players at Salford, batting Rooney, the payers must be feeling aggrieved with Rooney’s wages, alongside the manager lotto has been mad aware of Rooney’s arrival.
Is Neville trying to rectify his mistake by throwing money at the problem, the management problem, and that includes Gary Neville!