Phil Neville

Soccer Coach

Phil Neville was born in Bury, England, United Kingdom on January 21st, 1977 and is the Soccer Coach. At the age of 47, Phil Neville biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 21, 1977
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Bury, England, United Kingdom
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$20 Million
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Phil Neville Life

Philip John Neville (born 21 January 1977) is an English footballer and currently serves as the head coach of England's women's team.

He and several of his former Manchester United teammates are now co-owners of Salford City. He spent ten years with Manchester United, winning six Premier League titles, three FA Cups, three FA Charity Shields, the Intercontinental Cup and the Champions League during his tenure, before joining Everton in 2005.

Between 1996 and 2007, Neville played for England 59 times, representing the country in three European Championships.

He could play in defense or midfield, and due to his versatility, he's served in a variety of roles throughout his career, but was most effective as a fullback. Neville began his teaching career in 2012 after receiving his UEFA B Coaching Licence, serving in for Stuart Pearce with the England under 21s.

He later served as a mentor at Manchester United and as assistant manager to his brother Gary in La Liga, Valencia.

Neville was appointed head coach of the England women's team on January 23, 2018.

At the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, he led the "Lionesses" to fourth place.

Personal life

Neville and his siblings attended Elton High School. He captained his school football team for the entire five years he was in school. Neville was both a gifted cricketer in his youth and an England all-rounder in Lancashire's Under-19 team, captaining England Under-15s. Neville holds the record for being the youngest player to play for Lancashire's second XI at age 15. Neville was described by Flintoff as a "cricketing genius" whose skills could have compared to Ricky Ponting or Sachin Tendulkar if he had chosen a cricket career.

Neville is the younger brother of former Manchester United defender Gary Neville and the younger brother of former England netball head coach Tracey Neville. Neville Neville Neville Neville Neville Neville, Neville Neville Neville, Neville Neville, was the commercial director of Bury's Football League team Bury. Jill's mother used to play netball in the local leagues and served as the General Manager and Club Secretary for Bury.

Neville is married to Julie (née Killilea); the couple have a son, Harvey, and a daughter, Isabella. Isabella has cerebral palsy, which has resulted in Neville's appointment as an ambassador for Bliss, the special care baby charity, and a supporter of Royal Manchester Children's Hospital's New Children's Hospital. Harvey is currently a member of Fort Lauderdale CF, a third-tier player in the United States, and the Republic of Ireland's national under-19 football team is eligible despite being born in England.

When he tried to sell his £4 million mansion in Lancashire, he made the property news in April 2008. Matthew Greensmith, a local businessman, accepted a £2.6 million cash bid for the house in May 2009.

In 2014, Neville became vegetarian after his wife's encouragement to try the diet for two weeks. "I started to feel healthier and leaner," he said in a PETA video. "I started to feel great."


Phil Neville Career

Club career

"Fergie's Fledglings" was born in Bury, Greater Manchester, Neville, together with brother Gary. Phil was a captain of his school football team at Elton High School for five years.

He and his brother joined the Manchester United Academy to begin training. Neville made his debut in a 3–0 Manchester derby victory away from Manchester City on February 11, 1995 with his brother injured. He was kicked out at halftime in Aston Villa's 3–1 loss; the game is remembered for pundit Alan Hansen's "You can't win anything with kids" comment on Manchester United, who then went on to win the double. He did not play left-back often due to Denis Irwin's presence; for some time, he played in central defense; and in the 1996 FA Cup Final victory over Liverpool, he sat on the bench, but Gary Neville did not appear on the bench.

Although he was at Manchester United, he was booked more times, such as in the 2002–03 season, when he received more cards than any other United player in history, despite only playing 35 competitive games. After Manchester United's match against rival team Arsenal, Neville was given a warning by the FA about his future conduct for his conduct in September 2003.

Neville, a former Premier League executive, helped United triumph six Premier League titles, three FA Cups, and the UEFA Champions League while at Old Trafford.

Neville joined Everton on a five-year contract for a fee in excess of £3 million on August 4, 2005. Diego Forlán, his former Manchester United colleague, made his debut in a UEFA Champions League qualifier against Villarreal, face-to-face with him. Neville made his Premier League debut against Manchester United; it was the first time Phil and brother Gary had played for opposing teams.

Neville's demeanor, work ethic, and eagerness to play anywhere made him one of manager David Moyes' favorites. Neville was named vice-captain to David Weir on August 8, 2006, and he became the club captain after Weir's departure to Rangers in January 2007. Phil and his brother Gary were the first siblings to captain their respective clubs in the Premier League in the Manchester United-Everton match on November 29, 2006.

Neville wrote about his first red cards of his long career (he never received any playing for Manchester United), claiming that he may not have been called into a game against Fulham if he had been playing for United. However, he had more cards in 2005-06 than any other Premier League player (including another red shortly after his first). In a 3–0 Premier League win over Newcastle United on December 30, 2006, Neville scored his first goal for Everton.

Neville was stabbed by a Liverpool fan during a 1–0 loss at Anfield on March 30, 2008. After admitting to common assault, Michael Blackmore, 48, was banned from all sports in England and Wales for three years.

Neville scored his penalty to help knock out his former club, Manchester United, out of a penalty shoot-out in the FA Cup semi-finals, sending the ball down to the keeper's right. After a 1–1 draw at Stamford Bridge on February 19, 2011, Neville scored the winning penalty against Chelsea in a penalty shoot-out to knock them out of the FA Cup. Neville scored against Wolves on April 9, 2011 for his 12th senior goal and first in three years. Neville scored in the League Cup match against West Bromwich Albion on September 21, this time with a clinical effort that was the game's deciding goal. At the club's end of season awards, the aim was determined to be the Everton's goal of the season.

He revealed on April 9 that he would leave Everton at the end of the season if his deal comes to an end. He then announced his retirement from professional football.

International career

Neville was often picked for England squads, making his first appearance against China on May 23, 1996. He and his brother Gary were in this match together two weeks earlier and were the first two brothers to play together in an FA Cup-winning team and England in the same season since Hubert and Francis Heron 1876, 120 years ago.

Under Kevin Keegan's administration, he was only a left-back for the team for a brief period of time. Ashley Cole was the most favored left back under his new manager, Sven-Göran Eriksson, followed by Wayne Bridge. Neville captained the team for a brief moment in a friendly match (a match in which England fielded four different captains). Despite being in the England squad at the 1996, 2000, and 2004 European Championships and winning 59 England caps (23 as a replacement), Neville was never in an England World Cup squad.

Neville's England career included the privilege of being the youngest member of Terry Venables' squad for Euro 96, although he never kicked a ball (his brother played in every match until the semi-finals). When Glenn Hoddle was deciding his final 22 for the 1998 World Cup, he was one of the players omitted at the last minute, causing a lot of apprehension, despite the exclusion of another player, Paul Gascoigne. Gascoigne, who was not normally noted for his youth, took the younger Neville brother under his wing and consoled him, according to Neville.

Keegan played Neville at left-back in Euro 2000; Neville suffered a lot of blame for England's demise, leading to a penalty for Romania, which was claimed by Ionel Ganea to win the match.

Neither of the Nevilles qualified for the 2002 World Cup, while Gary was out of the 23-man squad, while Gary was injured. Both players were back in the squad for Euro 2004. For the first time in seven years in a friendly against Spain on February 7, 2007, England defeated Spain 1–0. They have a record number of England appearances by a pair of brothers (142), and the most appearances have been made in the same England team by two brothers (31).

As Eriksson wanted to give young players a chance, Phil Neville was not included in Sven-Göran Eriksson's squad for the 2006 World Cup. However, after Nigel Reo-Coker sustained injury, he was drafted into Eriksson's stand-by group of players. With new England manager Steve McClaren, Neville stayed in the England squad and began at right-back against Andorra in September 2006. He was not called up until 2007.

Managerial career

Neville is granted a UEFA Pro Licence. In February 2012, it was announced that Neville would support England's Under-21s coaching staff in the absence of Stuart Pearce in the Under-21 European Championship qualifier against Belgium. As Pearce will be in charge of the senior team in the friendly against the Netherlands at Wembley, the Everton captain received a special dispensation to help Brian Eastick prepare the team for the game at the Riverside Stadium in Middlesbrough. England beat Belgium 4–0. In March 2013, Neville will join the England under-21 team of the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship, continuing his his work with the England Under-21 team.

In February 2013, Neville was being considered for the England U20's managerial role in the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup. Bill Kenwright interviewed Neville for Everton's job in May 2013, but Roberto Martez took the job. Neville was the first-team coach of Manchester United on July 4, 2013, when he would be reunited with boss David Moyes. It was confirmed on the same day Moyes named Ryan Giggs as player/coach on the same day.

Neville, along with fellow Manchester United players Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, and Nicky Butt had agreed to buy Salford City ahead of the 2014–15 season. With plans to return the club to the Football League, the club will return to the Football League. Salford will face the Class of '92 team in a special friendly, according to the group. The group decided to sell a majority stake in the club to billionaire Peter Lim on September 22nd. Following Phil Power's dismissal, Neville and Scholes briefly took over Salford City in a 2–1 home win over Kendal Town.

Neville took over as a coach under La Liga's former owner Nuno Esprito Santo in July 2015. Neville was appointed as assistant to interim coach Voro on Friday, two days after his brother took over the managerial position two days later.

Neville was appointed head coach of the England women's national team on January 23, 2018, extending the deal until the end of UEFA Women's Euro 2021.

Neville made his England managerial debut at the 2018 SheBelieves Cup, an annual invitational tournament held in the United States. The Lionesses wowed to win the championship with a win over the hosts, the United States, on March 1st. However, they ended in second place after losing by 1–0. England returned to the SheBelieves tournament in 2019, this time against Brazil and Japan as well as hosts United States. Despite England's final game against Brazil as the United States still has a 2–1 victory over Brazil in the first game and a 2–2 draw with the United States, England won the tournament for the first time by defeating Japan 3–0 in the third game.

With a 3–0 victory over Wales, England qualified for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France.

With victories over Scotland, Argentina, and Japan, Neville's England team came in second in Group D, Group D. England defeated Cameroon and Norway in their second straight Women's World Cup semi-final, as well as Team GB, one of the three qualifying locations chosen to UEFA for the 2020 Summer Olympics. In the semi-finals, England defeated the United States 2–1 on July 2nd. England pulled the World Cup in fourth place four days after losing by 2–1 to Sweden in the third place play-off. He was chastised for his postgame remarks, referring to the bronze medal match as a "nonsense sport."

Following England's excellent de facto qualification results at the 2019 World Cup, the FA revealed Neville to be the head of Team GB Women for the 2020 Summer Olympics on June 30.

England's form had plummeted as the Lionesses failed in a string of friendlies to close the year, with a 2–1 loss to Germany at Wembley Stadium on November 9, 2019. At 77,768, the game marked a new record for an England women's match. As England failed to defend their title at the 2020 SheBelieves Cup in March, the poor run continued into 2020. England lost in 11 games, the team's lowest stretch since 2003, putting more emphasis on Neville, who admitted he was personally responsible for England's "unacceptable" appearance amid increased media scrutiny. Neville revealed on April 22, 2020, that he would leave his position as boss in July 2021, the year's contract was set to come to an end. Neville would no longer lead the team at the tournament as Euro 2021, which was supposed to be hosted in England, was postponed a year to 2022. Despite initially stating that he would see out his deal, Neville resigned as the boss of England and Team GB as a result on January 18, 2021, amid rumors comparing him to the open Inter Miami job.

Neville was appointed as Inter Miami's head coach on January 18, 2021, by his former Manchester United teammate and current Salford City co-owner David Beckham, who was born in the United States. Inter Miami had won only two games and had the lowest MLS record since 12 games.

Media career

He appears on football radio commentaries often and has appeared as a pundit on television news shows. After a good showing against Tottenham Hotspur's Gareth Bale in November 2010, he became a top-trending Twitter term.

During the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Neville was employed by BBC One as a commentator and pundit. His analysis of the England-Italy match on June 14th attracted 445 protests for his "lack of emotion and'monotone style." "I played it back the next day, and it didn't seem like it was me commenting," he wrote in an online article. I was attempting to be someone I wasn't, and I knew I could do better than that."

Neville's remarks in January 2015 were the subject of further allegations; Arsenal's Tomál Rosick's had a pass while trying to find another avenue; Neville said that if he were playing against a player doing that in preparation, he would intentionally hurt the player. He admitted making an offending remark, but the BBC said the tone of discussion was light-hearted enough to indicate that Neville was not endorsing violence.

He and his brother Gary, who resurfaced, joined Sky Sports as a pundit for their coverage of the Premier League after leaving Valencia in 2016.


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