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9 December 2018
Mourinho: Diogo Dalot can be new Gary Neville
Gary Neville was a Manchester United icon but manager Jose Mourinho feels Diogo Dalot can be a worthy long-term successor at right-back.
3 November 2018
Guardiola rejects Neville's nod to City's tactical fouls
Gary Neville has suggested Manchester City have become very adept in their gamesmanship - a notion Pep Guardiola does not agree with.
27 October 2018
Mourinho's United reign not unsuccessful - Neville
Jose Mourinho has come in for relentless criticism this season but Gary Neville has called for perspective at Manchester United.
5 October 2018
Neville blasts Man United as 'an absolute disgrace' after reported Mourinho sacking
A report emerged on Friday saying Jose Mourinho's days at Manchester United are numbered, prompting a furious response from Gary Neville.
14 September 2018
Klopp bemused by Neville's Champions League advice
Gary Neville suggested Liverpool should prioritise the Premier League over the Champions League, something Jurgen Klopp does not understand.
20 August 2018
You can't leave a house three-quarters built – Neville urges United to back Mourinho
Former captain Gary Neville said Manchester United must back Jose Mourinho financially if they are to make up for the mistakes of the past.
13 August 2018
Neville hopes Shaw is on to something special after first United goal
Luke Shaw looked as sharp as he has for several years for Manchester United on Friday, and Gary Neville is hopeful for his future.
12 July 2018
Neville suspects Kane carried injury at World Cup
Harry Kane's declining performances at the World Cup were likely due to an injury, according to Gary Neville, who praised England's efforts.
30 June 2018
World Cup without Messi and Ronaldo would be a 'shame', says Neville
Gary Neville admitted the 2020 World Cup could take place without the presence of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
30 June 2018
England's Trippier not sold on 'Bury Beckham' tag
England wing-back Kieran Trippier feels comparisons with David Beckham are premature despite his dead-ball excellence at the World Cup.