Supporters launched verbal abuse at the coach and players after their 7-0 Copa del Rey defeat at the hands of Barcelona on Wednesday
Two hundred supporters were involved in an angry demonstration against Gary Neville and his Valencia squad after their 7-0 defeat to Barcelona.
Four goals from Luis Suarez and a Lionel Messi hat-trick saw los Che thrashed in the first leg of their Copa del Rey semi-final on Wednesday night.
The result continues Neville’s disappointing start to life in charge of the club, which has included an eight-game run without a win in La Liga.
Fans voiced their frustrations by verbally abusing the former England defender and his players as they arrived back in Valencia in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Supporters chanted ‘mercenaries’ at the team coach as it pulled away from Valencia airport and claimed the players didn’t deserve to wear the club’s colours.