A FUMING Gary Neville threatened a break from regular programming to present a train company the Monday Night Football therapy.
The MNF pundit was left seething by Avanti West Coast after the company forgot to pack any cutlery on their Monday morning service.
Neville was clearly left hungry and unable to eat his brekkie as he labelled the service an “absolute shambles” on Twitter.
Rather than run the rule over the good Cristiano Ronaldo and his weekend return to Manchester United, Neville joked he must put Avanti within the highlight on the Sky Sports present.
Neville tweeted: “Excelling themselves once more @AvantiWestCoast. ‘We haven’t loaded any cutlery packs this morning.’
“Forget assessing Ronaldo on MNF tonight I’m covering this lot. Absolute shambles of a company.”
The former United defender a minimum of appeared to recognise he wasn’t beginning the week within the cheeriest of moods, following up with: “Morning everyone…”
Avanti West Coast carries passengers on the West Coast Main Line and connects London with Manchester.
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Neville’s MNF colleague Jamie Carragher was fast to wind up his mate, tweeting a image of himself holding a steel fork on his personal Monday morning train trip.
And when Twitter customers replied to counsel there could also be greater issues on this planet than a lack of cutlery on Neville’s train, the pundit fired again.
He tweeted: “No I gained’t eat a sandwich and I gained’t cease complaining about this company.
“They are running this line purely for profit and don’t give a damn about the people using it! They need kicking out of this contract.”
Everton take on Burnley on Monday Night Football whereas there are a host of speaking factors from the weekend’s Premier League motion, together with Ronaldo’s triumphant return to Old Trafford.
Fans must tune in to see whether or not Neville makes good on his threats to interrupt down Avanti’s enterprise practices slightly than the Portuguese’s brace of United objectives.