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Manchester United Legend Gary Neville Refuses To Manage Club

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EPL Giant Manchester United’s Legend Gary Neville said he doesn’t like the idea and does not even foresee himself as a Good manager for the Old Trafford.

Neville who is now the manager of Spanish club Valencia represented Manchester United throughout his football career, where he made 602 appearances from 1992-2001.

He was part of the Old Trafford who won the EPL,FA Cup and Champions League title ,Under the management of Sir Alex Ferguson in 1999.

The 40 year old took over former Spanish Champions Valencia earlier this month and this came as a surprise to the football world.

Old Trafford has been struggling to retain their tittle this season under the Dutch Tactician Louis Van Gaal .  Lots of fans and former players have been criticizing the manager due to the poor performance of the club under his management and there are speculations that he might not last long with the club.

Lots of Ex United players has been related to be LVG successor but Neville has ruled himself out of the league. “No I don’t see myself managing Manchester United at all” Neville told sky sports, “I know what I want to do in my life and that’s not something that is in my mind.

He added that he knows what he wanted and he just want to be successful and he has a bright future ahead.

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