Gary Neville has brilliantly humiliated a report detailing the losses suffered by Hotel Football, the agency he co-owns with former Manchester United team-mate Ryan Giggs.
The Class of ’92 tackles an issue via their Twitter Daily Mirror article This indicates the level of financial difficulty of the hotel.
As for The Sun’s description of the matter, the report matches a similar report here today.
The headline of the Daily Mirror article reads: ‘Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville hotel football lose £3m in two years and owe £10m on loan.
Responding to the Mirror headline, Neville said bluntly: “Can I sort the headlines for you?”
“During a global pandemic, hotel owners are maintaining and paying 100% of all employees’ salaries.”
“It also hosts 120 healthcare professionals and nurses who have hosted the NHS for free for nine months against vulnerable family members.”
Can I sort your title for you👇🏻
“During a global pandemic, hotel owners maintained and paid 100% of all staff salaries, while housing 120 healthcare professionals and nurses who hosted the NHS free of charge for nine months to avoid vulnerable members of the community. family” https://t.co/5a9cUOQ8EA
— Gary Neville (@GNev2) September 3, 2022
Neville’s assertion is in line with the position he took in our previous report that the loss of hotel football was due to the pandemic and its dire economic consequences.
In fact, Hotel Football continues to pay its staff despite serious financial problems and its inability to operate during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This is in addition to the free opening of the hotel doors to the National Health Service.
Of course, the noble gesture of these two Manchester United icons. Neville was full of gratitude and love in his comments on Twitter in response to the Mirror headline. It’s true!
At a time when many other businesses may already be feeling the undue burden of the pandemic and having to close or lay off employees, the reputation of the United Legends is only enhanced by their acts of compassion.
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