The latest edition of Spanish football show ‘El Día Después’ (English: The Day After) has taken an interesting look at the touchline habits of Valencia manager Gary Neville.
Neville, who was appointed manager of the Spanish side in December, has come under scrutiny following a mixed run of results which has left the former Manchester United captain still looking for his first win in La Liga.
The short video provides an interesting insight into Gary Neville’s fiery temperament as he watches his side take on Deportivo La Coruna last weekend. The popular former Sky Sports pundit certainly hasn’t lost any of the passion he was famous for throughout his playing career.
Bouncing from Spanish to English in his familiar Mancunian accent, Gary Neville is joined by younger brother Phil who acts as his assistant at the club.
Defender Ruben Vézo and midfielder Zakaria Bakkali are among the players to feel the wrath of Neville’s acid tongue but after a late equaliser courtesy of former Manchester City man Álvaro Negredo, the squad are greeted by warm embraces from their manager.
Despite securing three wins in the Copa Del Rey, Neville’s winless run in the league now stretches to seven games, a sequence he will be desperately hoping to end when his side come up against Sporting Gijon on Sunday.