Gary Neville and Salford City accused of trying to 'steal' Football League place

20 July 2018 11:42
Accrington Stanley owner Andy Holt criticised SalfordThe fifth tier side reportedly doubled Adam Rooney’s wagesSalford co-owner Gary Neville has been accused by Accrington owner Andy Holt of attempting to “steal” a place in the EFL after the Vanarama National League newcomers signed Adam Rooney from Aberdeen.Striker Rooney left last season’s Ladbrokes Premiership runners-up on Thursday to join Salford for an undisclosed fee, with it reported that he will be earning £4,000 a week. And later in the day there was a tetchy exchange between Holt, whose side won Sky Bet League Two last term, and Neville on Twitter. Related: Transfer window 2018 – every summer deal from Europe's top five leagues Clubs run right in @EFL being attacked from all angles by Shite rules and chancers.Couldn’t agree more with sentiments below. Who’s place in the football league is @GNev2 going to steal with this piss take.Has to be limits on budgets all through league structure. https://t.co/aj2DvQKU0x Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian