Gary Neville Lands Sky Sports Punditry Role

Chris Wright

8th, April 2011


By Chris Wright

Hallelujah! Moses has descended the mountain and delivered unto us the good news that Gary Neville will be joining the Sky Sports punditry team from the start of the 2011-12 season.

Sky have announced that 36-year-old Neville has been signed as a co-commentator and will be featuring on their live HD coverage of the UEFA Champions League, Barclays Premier League, Carling Cup and any future international fixtures that may come their way.

Said the Neviller himself:

“I am thrilled to be joining Sky Sports. It has always been leading the way in football coverage.

“Now I have retired, this feels like the perfect way for me to stay involved in football and I am looking forward to bringing my 19 years of match experience into television.”

Try and keep the rabid Manchester United bias at least partially buttoned-down, eh Garry – there’s a good chap.

In further Neville news, United have today confirmed that his 18-year career will be honoured with a testimonial game against Juventus on Tuesday 24th May.

Posted in Man Utd, Media

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  1. Luke says:

    Well after years of Andy Gray praising Gerrard I think we’re in for something a bit different next united/pool game

  2. big d says:


  3. chimpo says:

    everyone hates ratboy but at least he’s got an opinion other than vapid waffle

  4. Stevie G says:

    I was delighted when i awoke this morning to hear the news that the world’s most hated man had been killed…
    Imagine my disappointment when i learned it wasn’t that c*nt gary neville !!

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