Remembering Gary Neville

Gary Neville has announced his retirement from football.  The Manchester United right back played 602 games in 16 seasons with the Red Devils.

He won the Champions League, eight Premier League trophies, three FA Cups, two League Cups, the Intercontinental Cup and FIFA World Club Cup.

For the last five years, he has been United’s captain.

He is the most-capped England right back in history, with 85. He has played in two World Cups, and three Euro Championships.

He is an environmental pioneer, building the first zero carbon house in the northwest of England.

He is set to replace the disgraced Andy Gray as the colour guy for Sky Sports.

Yet despite his long and storied career…

Despite his trophy case full of silverware…

Despite his many achievements…

… he’s still a tw@t.  I hope he chokes on his microphone…

Brent Lanthier

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2 responses to “Remembering Gary Neville

  1. Kev

    You can’t say “colour guy” that will get you thrown off Sky.

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