By Danny Gallagher For Mailonline
Published: 09:44 BST, 3 May 2020 | Updated: 09:57 BST, 3 May 2020
Gary Neville has lashed out at football chiefs who continually fuel the fire regarding the possible re-start of the season, and urged for clubs to speak out in individual statements to make clear their intentions.
Sky Sports pundit Neville has been vocal throughout the coronavirus pandemic, and gave his latest opinions on Sunday after the Premier League started to look into Project Restart.
Engaging in debate on social media, Neville suggested that chairmans and chief personnel at top flights clubs are 'scared to death' of liability if they are to be the ones who speak out and urge for the season to re-start.
Gary Neville feels football clubs need to make their voices heard during the pandemic
'That’s why we haven’t heard one single prominent CEO / Chairman / Owner or Executive open his mouth to back the re-start ! Brief / Brief / Brief ! Scared to death of the liability and blame,' said Neville when asked by a fan what the protocol would be if the Premier League is to resume and a coronavirus-related death occurs as a result.
He then turned his