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‘Gary, what have you done?’ – Pochettino slams Neville AGAIN after Chelsea ‘billion-pound bottle jobs’ jibe

Pochettino fires back

Mauricio Pochettino has once again taken aim at Gary Neville after Chelsea responded to his "billion-pound bottle jobs" comment. The Blues secured a victory in the FA Cup quarter-final with a last-minute goal from Conor Gallagher.

Back and forth

Chelsea initially fell behind to Leeds but managed to turn the game around with goals from Nicolas Jackson and Mykhailo Mudryk. Despite the win, Pochettino wasn't pleased with Neville's criticism.

Neville's initial comment

Neville's criticism stemmed from Chelsea's League Cup loss to Liverpool, where he referred to them as "billion-pound bottlejobs." However, he later clarified his comments, expressing that he didn't want the negative label to stick with the talented Chelsea players.

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How To

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