Jamie Carragher couldn’t resist one other dig at Gary Neville as he requested whether or not it ‘hours or days’ earlier than new Salford City boss Gary Bowyer received the boot.
Bowyer was appointed Salford’s third supervisor of the season after the League Two membership parted firm with Richie Wellens on Monday.
Bowyer’s final managerial job was with Bradford, who sacked him in February 2020. The 49-year-old, who beforehand managed Blackburn and Blackpool, joined Derby in September as coach of their under-23 aspect.
The choice to fireplace Wellens led to Carragher poking some light-hearted banter in the direction of his Sky Sports activities colleague, and he couldn’t resist the urge for an additional on Wednesday earlier than deleting his tweet.
“Hours or days earlier than @GNev2 sacks Gary Bowyer,” Carragher requested on Twitter, earlier than deleting his tweet.
Earlier this week, Carra dug up an previous tweet from Neville to mock his punditry colleague.
Reacting to the information of Marco Silva’s sacking from Everton again in January 2018, Neville tweeted: “The scary factor is that a big % of individuals now truly assist these sackings as they’ve turn into accustomed to it.
“How will you construct a soccer crew with out getting 2-Three years? A rule change is required to reasonable sackings of managers mid season of their first 12 months at a membership.”
Carragher posted the message from Neville on his Twitter alongside a sequence of laughing emojis.
Salford – who’re owned by members of Manchester United’s ‘Class of 92’ together with Gary and Phil Neville, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt and David Beckham – presently sit in ninth place, six factors exterior the play-off positions.
Bowyer might be assisted by improvement squad coach Warren Joyce and midfielder Darron Gibson, who’s presently recovering from a damaged leg.