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Pep Guardiola Hits Right Back At Gary Neville For Criticising Man City’s Youth Policy

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has launched a staunch defence of the club’s youth policy, having been criticised recently by Gary Neville. Having watched Man City younger Phil Foden turn in a star performance in the Manchester derby friendly last week, Neville quipped that the 17-year-old was at the wrong Manchester club if he wanted the chance for regular first-team …

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Watch: Legends Of Manchester United’s Class Of 92 All Agree On Their Best Ever Teammate

When Manchester United’s graduates emerged from the club’s famous academy back in 1992, little did fans realise the successes that were to be delivered from what would become the most heralded group of graduates the club has ever seen. Players such as the Neville brothers, Gary and Phil, David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt all stepped into the …

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Gary Neville Takes Issue With The Sun’s Coverage Of His Lukaku Comments

The Sky Sports pundit and commentator feels that the publication misinterpreted his words, with the Manchester United legend responding angrily. The spat stems from the discussion around United’s sensational £75m purchase of Everton striker Romelu Lukaku, one which has divided opinion, given the Belgian’s inconsistency and undoubted talent, given that he scored 25 Premier League goals last season. Gary Neville admitted …

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Watch: Alex Ferguson Roasts Rio Ferdinand In His Team Talk For Michael Carrick’s Testimonial

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Alex Ferguson used what could possibly his last ever Manchester United team talk to remind Rio Ferdinand that he was never much of a defensive midfielder. Ferguson took charge of the Man United 2008 XI, the year of his second Champions League win, against Michael Carrick’s All-Stars to celebrate the Old Trafford veteran’s testimonial. Man United (and indeed England) briefly …

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Gary Neville Says Mid-Season Manager Sackings Should Be Banned

VALENCIA, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 18: Gary Neville manager of Valencia CF looks on prior to the UEFA Europa League round of 32 first leg match between Valencia CF and Rapid Vienna at Estadi de Mestalla on February 18, 2016 in Valencia, Spain. (Photo by Fotopress/Getty Images)

Aitor Karanka was the latest victim last week of the cut-throat current environment in the Premier League after being sacked by Middlesbrough. In February, Claudio Ranieri, in one of the most controversial decisions in recent footballing memory, was let go by Leicester City just months after delivering the Premier League title. The practice of dispensing of managers in the middle …

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Watch: Gary Neville Explains Why He Infamously Retired Mid-Season With Manchester United

Speaking alongside his brother on Hibberts Sports, Gary Neville went into great detail about his final months at Manchester United and how he eventually ended up embarrassed even coming into training. Gary Neville famously hung up his boots in the middle of the 2010/2011 season after a series of dreadful performances for Manchester United. Although Neville was undoubtedly one of …

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Neville Believes Mourinho Is ‘Envious’ Of Chelsea’s Successes This Term

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 23: Manager Jose Mourinho of Manchester United and Manager Antonio Conte of Chelsea watch from the touchline during the Premier League match between Chelsea and Manchester United at Stamford Bridge on October 23, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Matthew Peters/Man Utd via Getty Images)

Gary Neville has called José Mourinho ‘envious’ and ‘mischievous’ following comments the Manchester United boss made at the weekend. As quoted in the Daily Mail, Neville spoke in relation to Mourinho’s comments about Antonio Conte’s Chelsea side, who currently enjoy an eight-point lead at the top of the Premier League table. Following his side’s victory over Watford at the weekend, the …

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José Mourinho Explains Why Anthony Martial Doesn’t Deserve To Start For Man United On Current Form

Manchester United forward Anthony Martial’s season has been something of a disaster compared to last year. Having been one of the side’s better players in 2015/16 (with 17 goals in 49 games), the French international has struggled to hold down a spot in José Mourinho’s starting eleven and wasn’t even among the substitutes in last Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Stoke. …

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