May 23, 2018, 8:14

MNF review: Monday Night Football with Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville

MNF review: Monday Night Football with Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville

Nemanja Matic seals Manchester United’s epic comeback victory at Crystal Palace as Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville analyse the weekend’s action… Here’s all you need to know from Monday Night Football.

Carra on Allardyce’s struggles

Jamie Carragher says Sam Allardyce is not the right fit for Everton – just like Roy Hodgson was the wrong man for Liverpool.

Allardyce has endured a rocky period since taking over from Ronald Koeman with some supporters calling for him to be sacked after a sixth successive away defeat at Burnley on Saturday.

The former England manager may have guided Everton away from the relegation zone but Carragher remains doubtful whether he’s the right man for the club in the long term.

WATCH below…

Carra on Everton's 'weak' defending Nev responds the Conte criticism

Gary Neville has responded to Antonio Conte’s suggestion that pundits are ‘stupid’ for criticising Chelsea’s tactics against Manchester City.

Speaking on co-commentary and in his post-match podcast, Neville described the display from the defending champions as “embarrassing” and “unacceptable”, as they lost 1-0, had no shots on target and conceded 71% possession to their opponents.

After being told about criticism from Sky Sports’ analysts, Conte said: “The pundit has to use the head to understand when you speak about tactics. I think you must have knowledge to speak about tactics and not only to speak in a stupid way.”

Hit PLAY below to watch Nev’s response…

Carra shocked by Chelsea performance The report

Nemanja Matic scored a stunning injury-time winner to complete a majestic comeback as Manchester United beat Crystal Palace 3-2.


Stat of the match…

It is a problem that Jose Mourinho will be looking to solve…


MNF Tweets…

Carra called it…

Who should be in England’s World Cup goalkeeper? Carragher and Neville discuss who they think should start Gareth Southgate’s side’s World Cup opener against Tunisia in June.

WATCH below…

Jamie Carragher thinks it should be between Jordan Pickford and Jack Butland to be in goal for this summer’s World Cup Twitter Q&A…

YOUR Twitter questions are answered as Carragher and


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