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Gary Neville backs his brother to be succesful at Inter Miami

Tue 19 January 2021 | 11:23

Gary Nevile has spoken about how much his brother loves his job and the reasons why he's not a manager.

Phil Neville

has left England women’s team and joined MLS side,

Inter Miami

that is owned by

David Beckham

, former

Real Madrid

and

Manchester United

player. Gary Neville, the new manager of Inter Miami’s brother who has the experience of playing alongside his brother at Manchester United has spoken about the various reasons that why his brother is a manager now and he’s not.

"I know how much Phil thinks about football every single day,"

Gary Neville said on Sky Sports.

 "That's why I'm not a manager! It's why he (Jamie Carragher) is not a manager. They're on the training pitch, writing the sessions down every day for the last six or seven years non-stop. They adore it and love it, the passion about it. 

"That's why Scott Parker, Michael Carrick, John Terry, Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard, Jody Morris, Ryan Giggs, all the lads we played with, they're all in good jobs because they think about it every day and live with it. 

"I don't wake up in the morning thinking about 4-4-2 or 4-3-3. I could not think of anything worse, but those lads and Phil have done it and are exactly the same. 

"He's had three or four jobs now. He's gone into women's football which was a very big step, and at times he was criticised for it, saying he shouldn't have done it. It was a brave step, and he's done it. He went and did it. 

"He worked under David Moyes at Manchester United and it wasn't the best experience but that makes him stronger, not worse. 

"At Valencia, he was taken over there by Nuno and it went pear-shaped when I went over and it had nothing to do with Phil.”

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