By Luke Augustus for MailOnline
Published: 11:01 BST, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 11:01 BST, 4 May 2021
Simon Jordan has laid into Gary Neville and fellow leading TV pundits for trying to justify Manchester United supporter protests that saw their match against Liverpool postponed on Sunday, brandishing their comments as 'irresponsible'.
Jordan also accused Neville of hypocrisy on his stance considering his part-ownership of Salford City and how that League Two club is run.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
United's highly-anticipated Premier League clash with bitter foes Liverpool was called off as fans of the former made their feelings known towards the club's hierarchy.
Gary Neville (left) has been slammed by Simon Jordan for his comments regarding Manchester United supporter protests that led to their clash against Liverpool on Sunday being postponed
Jordan says Neville 'called on a lynch mob' and 'nothing justifies that behaviour' by the fans
Thousands of United supporters held a demonstration against their owners on Sunday
Some fans broke into the ground and caused the match with Liverpool to be postponedInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
United supporters are trying to drive Joel Glazer (right) and Avram Glazer (left) out of the club
Fans want the Glazers out after their involvement in the botched European Super League plans
Some supporters broke into the stadium and invaded the Old Trafford pitch in protest at club owners the Glazer family, while outside the ground bottles and barriers were thrown