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Gary To Join Phil At Everton?

There are reports today suggesting that David Moyes is interested in bringing Gary Neville to Everton. Whilst there’s every chance that story is fabricated bullshit, it does raise some interesting questions. It has always been assumed that Neville would end his career with United, but now that he’s approaching 34-years-old and in possession of a [...]

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Liverpool Skipper Jealous Of Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs

Steven Gerrard has handed in two transfer requests to his supposed beloved club, with the intention of joining Chelsea and winning the title with them. Gerrard was just 9-years-old when Liverpool last won the title and despite claiming it is ‘their year’ for pretty much every season since, they have failed to even put up [...]

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Shameless Defence Of Chelsea’s Drogba… But What About Rooney’s Fan Relations?

Shameless Defence Of Chelsea’s Drogba… But What About Rooney’s Fan Relations?

“Die die, Rooney Rooney, die!” sing the Everton fans whenever they face Wayne Rooney, their former hero. Rooney doesn’t stick his fingers up at them, swear at them, or respond in a negative way. Instead, he celebrates ecstatically when we score and kisses our badge. All a bit of harmless banter, with Rooney returning the [...]

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No Contract Offer For Neville… But Does He Deserve One?

It was a bittersweet moment for Gary Neville at the end of last season. As as lifelong United fan, to celebrate on the pitch in Moscow after seeing the club win the European Cup must have been an amazing feeling. The Premiership title had been won a week or so before, with United really establishing [...]

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Anderson Gives Neville RSPCA Scare

In training this week, the players were taking part in football tennis for the spectators. Gary Neville played alongside Ryan Giggs, Rio Ferdinand and Wes Brown whilst Anderson had a cheeky look on his face. ———— The RoM 2015-16 Season Preview is available for just £5. It includes an EXCLUSIVE interview with Nicky Butt, a [...]

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Wes: We’ve Been Here Donkey’s Years…But Rafael Is Good For Club

Against West Brom at the weekend, both Gary Neville and Wes Brown found themselves on the bench, with Rafael Da Silva starting at right back. Neville replaced the Brazilian with just over an hour played, whilst Wes remained on the bench throughout. Whilst I think it’s a great thing to have so many competent players [...]

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Neville: I Hope Liverpool Don’t Pose A Threat To Our Title

“Gary Neville is a red, he hates scousers!” the fans sing. Aside from Neville’s no-nonsense approach to football, and his desire to stick by his team mates, it’s his strong feelings on Liverpool that have really endeared him to our fans. When Rio Ferdinand scored in the last minute against the dippers, Neville seemingly celebrated [...]

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Former FA Chief Reveals Neville’s England Strike Plan On Rio’s Behalf

The lengthy ban and extortionate fine dished out by the FA to Rio Ferdinand is something I have challenged time and again on this blog. There have been countless incidents which are comparable to that of Ferdinand, from Christian Negouai to Adrian Mutu, where their punishments were nowhere near as severe as that of Ferdinand. [...]

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Neville: I’m Not A Great Sub

It was quite remarkable to hear the names of our substitutes read out at Old Trafford last weekend. Wayne Rooney, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Nani were amongst our seven substitutes, with Michael Carrick and Owen Hargreaves out injured. That is the kind of strength in depth we’ve been searching for all these years. Gary [...]

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Is Neville Playing As Well As Ferguson Thinks?

Is Neville Playing As Well As Ferguson Thinks?

With Gary Neville’s proposed date for his return to injury set back so many times, United fans began to worry whether their captain would ever be able to hold down a place in our team again. Like Ole Gunnar Solskjaer before him, would Neville be forced in to retirement because of his reoccurring injuries? That [...]

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Out With The Old And In With The New? Evans To Replace Neville

Gary Neville’s injury got fairly tedious for the fans last season. He was forever on the verge of a comeback, yet at the last minute, there’d always be another set back. He’d get an odd game for the Reserves here and there, then pick up another injury. Neville finally returned to the first team in [...]

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Battle For Appearances: Wes vs Gary

If Wes Brown plays today, he will be making his 200th league appearance for us (308 overall), meaning he is just a few games short of matching Brian Kidd, Harry Gregg and Norman Whiteside’s totals. However, Gary Neville should be in contention for starting, which would be his 350th start for the club, and his [...]

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He Hates Scousers

It was only when I watched Match of the Day that evening that I saw Gary Neville’s celebration following Rio Ferdinand’s injury time winner. Like Neville and every other Manchester United fan, I had gone absolutely mental, so missed his thigh slapping and badge holding. Of course, like every other time the two clubs meets, [...]

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Vidic: Neville, Giggs and Scholes So Important

The ‘Holy Trinity’ statue now stands proudly opposite Old Trafford, looking up to the one of Sir Matt Busby. It raises the question of whether in 50 years it’ll be a statue of Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes added to the grounds somewhere. Three totally committed players who between them have an incredible [...]

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Chelsea Trying To Escape Racist Connections But Add Insult To United Injury

Whilst still confident United had it in them to go and win the league, the 2-1 to defeat against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge was pretty devastating. To equalise in the second half, only to lose due to a soft penalty awarded a couple of minutes from time, left me upset, frustrated, and angrier than I’d [...]

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