Gary Neville Manchester United Legend

Born February 18, 1975 Gary Neville left school at the age of 16 when he joined Manchester United to play for his highly successful youth team. Making his first appearance for United against the Russian side Torpedo Moscow in 1992, he has always been loyal to the club he supported since childhood.

Replacing the injured Paul Parker, Gary Neville made his debut league for United two years later, May 8, 1994, a 0-0 draw against Coventry City at Old Trafford. As a complete right turn, the faithful fighter has made more than 500 appearances for Manchester United during his 18 years at the club, winning eight Premier League titles, three FA Cups, two League Cups and a European Cup. Neville scored a total of seven goals throughout his United career, the first coming against Middlesbrough May 5, 1997.

In December 2005, Gary Neville has been named Manchester United captain following the departure of Roy Keane midfield and he became the captain of the fifth club to lift the Premier League title next season. Do not even consider a move elsewhere, the cornerstone States is one of a rare breed of footballers who spent his entire playing career at the same club.

Serve his homeland for many years, Gary Neville has won a total of 85 capsules during a long international English career, which began in 1995, when he was called up for a friendly against Japan. Gary Neville also has a long standing relationship with the Mediterranean island of Malta. In exchange for their services to the Malta Tourism Authority support school football Gary Neville Island. Unsurprisingly, the Reds have a large following on the island and "the fans of Manchester United Club Malta is actually recognized officially by Manchester United Football Club as the earliest supporters of Manchester United the world wide club.

"Sir Alex Ferguson is the most successful manager Manchester United have had. It is ridiculous that people suggest he leaves. Ron Atkinson, Tommy Docherty?"

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