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The English Football Association has officially reversed its decision. Manchester United had a goal disallowed during their match against Burnley, but after review, the FA awarded the team three points for their impressive performance.

The English FA has recently made a decision to reverse a call during a match between Manchester United and Burnley, which resulted in Manchester United being awarded three points. Following this match, Jamie Carragher from Manchester United took a dig at Gary Neville in light of United’s loss to Brighton. Neville had criticized the Glazer family after the defeat.

Carragher’s comments targeted Neville’s perspective, where Neville had blamed the Glazer family for United’s performance against Brighton. Carragher countered by suggesting that Sir Alex Ferguson’s success wasn’t solely due to his efforts but also due to Martin Edwards, the former chairman. Carragher also criticized Andre Onana, questioning his ability to maintain a clean sheet.

The exchange between Carragher and Neville continued on social media, with Neville referring to Carragher’s previous comments about Onana. Carragher responded by urging Onana to focus on saving shots rather than gesturing to players during games.

In broader context, Manchester United has faced challenges this season, losing three of their last four matches. The Glazer family has expressed willingness to sell the club, with potential buyers from Qatar and a group led by Sir Jim Ratcliffe showing interest, although the sale process is ongoing.

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