Salford City vs Manchester United EFL Trophy Score Live 09/09/2020
NAME: Salford City – Manchester United U21
DATE: 9 Sep 2020
TIME: 18:45 UTC
VENUE: Peninsula, Kersal, England
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Gary Neville has agreed to be a guest commentator on Salford City’s live score site when the League Two club take on Manchester United Under-21s on Wednesday night. As a co-owner of Salford he will be at the Peninsula Stadium regardless, even if his loyalties will inevitably be conflicted when the club bought into by the Class of ‘92 meet the class of 2020 in the Checkatrade Trophy.
Whether or not Neville can put his Manchester United allegiance wholly behind him, the fact is that this eagerly anticipated Manchester derby – the first time the two clubs have met in a competitive game – is already in danger of being overshadowed by the draw for the second round of the Carabao Cup, made on Sunday. That takes Salford to Everton, the real Everton, not their academy side. City’s coach, Graham Alexander, will find himself up against serial Champions League winner Carlo Ancelotti, and quite possibly James Rodríguez and Allan.
Since the Neville brothers, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and David Beckham joined businessman Peter Lim to invest in Salford six years ago their rise has been inexorable, with each season bringing new horizons and pinch-yourself achievements and occasions. Attractive fixtures against Premier League opponents are just the latest head-turning events, but though Neville appreciates the significance of the upcoming games, he would like the Salford players to adopt a hard-headed approach.
“It is a dream for a lower-league club to be playing Everton at Goodison Park, reaching play-off finals at Wembley and preparing for Manchester United on a Wednesday night, but when these things come along you don’t get the time to stop and enjoy it,” Neville said. “United and Everton are huge games, but the reality is that the league matches against Exeter and Grimsby either side are just as important and the players need to know that.
“From our point of view promotion is everything, cup games are a bonus. As a group we all learned during 20 years playing for Manchester United that it is unacceptable to raise your game for a cup tie that might be more appealing, then just think you can turn up for the mundane league games. It doesn’t work like that.”
Neville should know, though in point of fact Salford have some insurance against cup disappointment this season. They are already at Wembley, due to meet holders Portsmouth in the final of last season’s competition. That occasion was postponed rather than cancelled in April, because around 50,000 tickets had already been sold, and the EFL recently confirmed it would still go ahead at some stage during this season as long as fans were allowed in to see it.