Jamie Carragher rips into Rory McIlroy and Gary Neville: "Haven't got a clue!"

European Ryder Cup heroes Rory McIlroy and Tyrrell Hatton were both at Anfield for the Premier League match between Manchester United and Liverpool.

Jamie Carragher rips into Rory McIlroy and Gary Neville: "Haven't got a clue!"
Jamie Carragher rips into Rory McIlroy and Gary Neville: "Haven't got a…

Jamie Carragher jokingly ripped into Rory McIlroy and Gary Neville before the Premier League match between Liverpool and Manchester United. 

United fan McIlroy, 34, was at Anfield with his Ryder Cup teammate and Liverpool supporter Tyrrell Hatton on Sunday. 

His beloved side have endured a miserable campaign thus far and sat 10 points behind Liverpool in the league table before kick-off. 

The last time he was at Anfield for a Manchester United game was in 2007 when John O'Shea grabbed a late winner, he said. 

"I would love that result again today," McIlroy said before kick-off with Hatton by his side, clutching the Cup they won in September. 

Asked by Neville if he had any hope for his team, he said: "I think you're just looking for a spark, right?

"You're just looking for something that gets the team going. Whether it happens today or maybe somewhere down the line... you need to have hope. 

"Tyrrell and I have been through that in golf. Anyone that has played sport at a high level you go through these dips in confidence. 

"All you need is one little spark to get you going again and hopefully that's today for United."

The Northern Irishman suggested Erik ten Hag's side 'have a go' against Jurgen Klopp's team and commit bodies forward. Neville disagreed. 

"The thing I love about that answer is Rory McIlroy wants them to have a go. Gary Neville wants them to sit back.

"They haven't got a clue about what they want or what they need! Back to you."

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McIlroy has previously expressed an interest in buying a stake in Manchester United. 

In October, it was announced the four-times major champion was part of a consortium that had invested millions in the Alpine Formula One team. 

"Sports team ownership used to be limited to private equity, and people who had a ton of money," he previously said. 

"But now sports stars are becoming more savvy and using their money in the right way.

"I would love to be able to own a tiny percentage of the club I grew up cheering on as a boy."

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