About Gary Neville

Gary Neville retired from professional football in 2011, with over 600 appearances for Manchester United including 5 years as club captain, achieving a record 85 caps for England, twenty career trophies including eight Premier League titles, two Champions League titles, three FA Cup’s, two Football League titles and one FIFA Club World Cup. Post retirement, Gary became assistant coach for England and head coach for Spanish club Valencia.

With a keen interest in business, Gary is a co-owner of football club Salford City FC, a successful hotelier (Hotel Football and Stock Exchange, Manchester), a property developer, co-owner of a University (University Academy 92,) a producer (The Class of 92) author (RED) and many now referring to him as the leading analyst in football with domestic pay-per-view broadcaster Sky Sports and with ITV across major Championships.