So long: Everton’s Phil Neville will leave at the end of the season
Phil Neville has proven he called his Everton career eight years at the end of the season, and Darron Gibson has lost no time taking a cheeky request for his captaincy.
36 years old, who joined Manchester United for £ 3.5 million in August 2005, made 295 applications for the Toffees and the announcement of his decision to go to Twitter, Gibson had no interest in the long held claim prized possession Neville.
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Phil Neville of Everton. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Captain Phil Neville has confirmed that he will leave Everton at the end of the season after eight years at Goodison Park.
Neville, who joined the club from Manchester United in the summer of 2005, will take some time this summer before deciding on his next move but he revealed that his playing days are not over yet.
The 36-year-old became only the seventh player to reach 500 games in the Premier League on Boxing Day 2012, and he has made...Read Full Story
Phil Neville believes there is “more to come” from Everton this season after their impressive start to the Premier League campaign.
The Toffees are currently in sixth place in the Premier League table and two points off a Champions League spot after 17 games.
Neville has been understandably thrilled with Everton’s early-season form and is hoping David Moyes’ men can mount a serious challenge for a top-four finish after Christmas.
“I think we are doing really well,” Everton captain Neville...Read Full Story
View the gallery / 26 pictures . . . .Her relationship with Manchester United player, Phil Neville came to more hot during their vacation in Barbados although they’ve been married over 13 years.Julie showed off his incredibly toned curves as she wandered around the beach in just a small pair of an orange two pice, attracting a lot of looks.Phil looked completely at ease with his a pair of black swimming trunks as he held his wife in his arms and leaned in for a kissing and cuddling as they...Read Full Story
Former Manchester United and Everton utility man Phil Neville has announced his retirement from professional football.The 36-year-old had already signalled his intent to leave Goodison Park following the conclusion of the 2012-13 Premier League campaign, but had refused to specify his next move.However, Neville has now confirmed that he will not resume his playing career after coaching England's youngsters at the Under-21 European Championships in Israel."I was speaking to Robbie Fowler about...Read Full Story
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