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Gary Neville promises to sign Arsenal petition for Sky Sport

Arsenal supporters have called for Gary Neville to be banned from commentating on their games for Sky Sports after his performance in Sundays dramatic match at the Emirates Stadium

Gary Nevillehas promised to sign a petition which calls for him to be banned from commentating onArsenalmatches.

Neville was on Sky Sports co-commentary duties alongside Martin Tyler for Arsenals3-2 win over Manchester Unitedon Sunday afternoon. The former United defender was forced to provide insight as Eddie Nketiah struck in the 90th minute to settle the drama-filled match in north London.

The 47-year-old was not shy in sharing his opinion on incidents throughout the game and was particularly strong on the yellow card handed to Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta. He was quick to criticise Artetafor acting like a madmanafterLuke ShawfouledBukayo Sakain the first half.

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It seems his commentary style was not to the taste of Arsenal fans, who have slammed him on social media.One tweetfrom a fan account read: Like this tweet if you would sign a petition to have @GNev2 banned from commentating on Arsenal games.

In a quote-tweet, Neville wrote: I will sign it! Thought I was fair yesterday as well alongside a crying laughing emoji.

At the time of writing, the tweet has been viewed over 1million times, with over 16,000 people liking the post. However, it doesnt seem as though a petition has been set up yet.

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Arsenal fans did manage to get their own back on Neville byinterrupting the recordingof his Sky Sports podcast. Neville and Tyler were trying to film his post-match take in the stands at the Emirates when supporters could be heard shouting something over Nevilles shoulder.

I think theres some Arsenal fans having a little bit of a pop, said Neville before turning around to speak to the fans. You alright, lads? Are Arsenal going to win the league? I dont think you will! But thats life! But youre having a great season, well done.

Neville has alsorubbished suggestionsthat pictures of him with his head in his hands were taken after Nketiahs winner.

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He has been vocal in his opinion that Arsenal will not win thePremier League, despite being five points clear ofManchester Citywith a game in hand. Last week he said: They wont win the league. Manchester City will win the league, and I think Man Utd will finish second, and I know that will annoy Arsenal fans.

He added: I think at some point Man City will hit a run. Once they do, theyve got to play Arsenal twice... At some point, there will be a very difficult period for Arsenal this season. Is it conceivable that Arsenal are going to continue as they are? I dont think it is.

Arsenal now turn their attention to theFA Cup, with a fixture against title rival Manchester City on Friday before league games againstEverton, Brentford and City kick off February.

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