Gary Alexander Neville – born 18 February 1975 – is an English football coach, retired football player and co-owner of Salford City.
Since retiring from football in 2011, Neville went into punditry and was a commentator for Sky Sports until he took over the head coach position at Valencia in 2015.
After being sacked by the club in 2016, he returned to his position as a pundit for Sky Sports later that year. He was also assistant manager for the England national team from 2012 to 2016.
Neville spent his entire playing career at Old Trafford, making him a one-club man. At the time of his retirement in 2011, he was Manchester United’s second longest serving player in the squad, behind long-time team-mate Ryan Giggs, and had served as club captain for five years.
He is one of the most decorated English and European footballers of all time, having won a total of 20 trophies, including eight Premier League titles and two Champions League titles.
Neville made his international debut in 1995 and was first-choice right-back for England for more than ten years, representing the nation at three European Championships and two World Cups. He is England’s most-capped right-back with 85 caps.
Neville is the older brother of twin siblings, former Manchester United and Everton player Phil Neville and sister Tracey Neville, a retired netball international.
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