Manager David Moyes paid the price for Uniteds dismal season last month, losing his job less than a year after being appointed as Alex Fergusons successor.
However, Neville has pointed to a deeper problem, claiming too few of the players recently bought by the Old Trafford club have been good enough.
He believes United should back their youth academy graduates - such as James Wilson - rather than bring in second-tier signings.
United have panicked into signing players ...
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May 14 2014, 3:06am CDT