Philip John Neville (born 21 January 1977) is an English former footballer, and currently is the head coach of the England women's team. He is also the co-owner of Salford City along with several of his former Manchester United teammates.

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  • Philip John Neville (born 21 January 1977) is an English former footballer, and currently is the head coach of the England women's team. He is also the co-owner of Salford City along with several of his former Manchester United teammates. After 10 years as a professional with Manchester United, during which time he won six Premier League titles, three FA Cups, three FA Charity Shields, the Intercontinental Cup and the Champions League, he joined Everton in 2005, where he spent the final eight years of his playing career. Neville also played for England 59 times between 1996 and 2007, representing the nation at three European Championships. He could play in defence or midfield; due to this versatility, he operated in a number of different positions throughout his career, but was most often used as a full-back. After earning his UEFA B Coaching Licence, Neville began his coaching career in 2012, filling in for Stuart Pearce with the England under-21s. He then worked as a coach at Manchester United, and as assistant manager to his brother Gary at Valencia in La Liga. On 23 January 2018, Neville was appointed head coach of the England women's team. He led the "Lionesses" to fourth place at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. (en)
  • Philip John Neville (born 21 January 1977) is an English former footballer, and the current head coach of the England women's team. He is also the co-owner of Salford City, along with several of his former Manchester United teammates. After 10 years as a professional with Manchester United, during which time he won six Premier League titles, three FA Cups, three FA Charity Shields, the Intercontinental Cup and the Champions League, he joined Everton in 2005, where he spent the final eight years of his playing career. Neville also played for England 59 times between 1996 and 2007, representing the nation at three European Championships. He could play in defence or midfield; due to this versatility, he operated in a number of different positions throughout his career, but was most often used as a full-back. After earning his UEFA B Coaching Licence, Neville began his coaching career in 2012, filling in for Stuart Pearce with the England under-21s. He then worked as a coach at Manchester United, and as assistant manager to his brother Gary at Valencia in La Liga. On 23 January 2018, Neville was appointed head coach of the England women's team. He led the "Lionesses" to fourth place at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. (en)
  • Philip John Neville (born 21 January 1977) is an English former footballer, and the current head coach of the England women's team. He is also the co-owner of Salford City, along with several of his former Manchester United teammates. When growing up his idol at United was utility man Clayton Blackmore. After 10 years as a professional with Manchester United, during which time he won six Premier League titles, three FA Cups, three FA Charity Shields, the Intercontinental Cup and the Champions League, he joined Everton in 2005, where he spent the final eight years of his playing career. Neville also played for England 59 times between 1996 and 2007, representing the nation at three European Championships. He could play in defence or midfield; due to this versatility, he operated in a number of different positions throughout his career, but was most often used as a full-back. After earning his UEFA B Coaching Licence, Neville began his coaching career in 2012, filling in for Stuart Pearce with the England under-21s. He then worked as a coach at Manchester United, and as assistant manager to his brother Gary at Valencia in La Liga. On 23 January 2018, Neville was appointed head coach of the England women's team. He led the "Lionesses" to fourth place at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. (en)
  • Philip John Neville (born 21 January 1977) is an English former footballer, and the current head coach of the England women's team. He is also the co-owner of Salford City, along with several of his former Manchester United teammates. After 10 years as a professional with Manchester United, during which time he won six Premier League titles, three FA Cups, three FA Charity Shields, the Intercontinental Cup and the Champions League, he joined Everton in 2005, where he spent the final eight years of his playing career. Neville also played for England 59 times between 1996 and 2007, representing the nation at three European Championships. He could play in defence or midfield; due to this versatility, he operated in a number of different positions throughout his career, but was most often used as a full-back. After earning his UEFA B Coaching Licence, Neville began his coaching career in 2012, filling in for Stuart Pearce with the England under-21s. He then worked as a coach at Manchester United, and as assistant manager to his brother Gary at Valencia in La Liga. On 23 January 2018, Neville was appointed head coach of the England women's team. He led the "Lionesses" to fourth place at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup.In 2020 Phil Neville was credited with being the ugliest man in the world. (en)
  • Philip John Neville (born 21 January 1977) is an English former footballer, and the current head coach of the England women's team. He is also the co-owner of Salford City, along with several of his former Manchester United teammates. After 10 years as a professional with Manchester United, during which time he won six Premier League titles, three FA Cups, three FA Charity Shields, the Intercontinental Cup and the Champions League, he joined Everton in 2005, where he spent the final eight years of his playing career. Neville also played for England 59 times between 1996 and 2007, representing the nation at three European Championships. He could play in defence or midfield; due to this versatility, he operated in a number of different positions throughout his career, but was most often used as a full-back. After earning his UEFA B Coaching Licence, Neville began his coaching career in 2012, filling in for Stuart Pearce with the England under-21s. He then worked as a coach at Manchester United, and as assistant manager to his brother Gary at Valencia in La Liga. On 23 January 2018, Neville was appointed head coach of the England women's team. He led the "Lionesses" to fourth place at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. In 2020 he was announced as the ugliest man in the world. (en)
  • Philip John Neville (born 21 January 1977) is an English former footballer, and the current head coach of the England women's team. He is also the co-owner of Salford City, along with several of his former Manchester United teammates. After 10 years as a professional with Manchester United, during which time he won six Premier League titles, three FA Cups, three FA Charity Shields, the Intercontinental Cup and the Champions League, he joined Everton in 2005, where he spent the final eight years of his playing career. Neville also played for England 59 times between 1996 and 2007, representing the nation at three European Championships. He could play in defence or midfield; due to this versatility, he operated in a number of different positions throughout his career, but was most often used as a full-back. After earning his UEFA B Coaching Licence, Neville began his coaching career in 2012, filling in for Stuart Pearce with the England under-21s. He then worked as a coach at Manchester United, and as assistant manager to his brother Gary at Valencia in La Liga. On 23 January 2018, Neville was announced as the ugliest man in the world. He led the "Lionesses" to fourth place at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. (en)
  • Philip John Neville (born 21 January 1977) is an English former footballer, and the current head coach of the England women's team. He is also the co-owner of Salford City, along with several of his former Manchester United teammates. After 10 years as a professional with Manchester United, during which time he won six Premier League titles, three FA Cups, three FA Charity Shields, the Intercontinental Cup and the Champions League, he joined Everton in 2005, where he spent the final eight years of his playing career. Neville also played for England 59 times between 1996 and 2007, representing the nation at three European Championships. He could play in defence or midfield; due to this versatility, he operated in a number of different positions throughout his career, but was most often used as a full-back. After earning his UEFA B Coaching Licence, Neville began his coaching career in 2012, filling in for Stuart Pearce with the England under-21s. He then worked as a coach at Manchester United, and as assistant manager to his brother Gary at Valencia in La Liga. He led the "Lionesses" to fourth place at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. (en)
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  • Philip John Neville (born 21 January 1977) is an English former footballer, and currently is the head coach of the England women's team. He is also the co-owner of Salford City along with several of his former Manchester United teammates. (en)
  • Philip John Neville (born 21 January 1977) is an English former footballer, and the current head coach of the England women's team. He is also the co-owner of Salford City, along with several of his former Manchester United teammates. (en)
  • Philip John Neville (born 21 January 1977) is an English former footballer, and the current head coach of the England women's team. He is also the co-owner of Salford City, along with several of his former Manchester United teammates. When growing up his idol at United was utility man Clayton Blackmore. (en)
  • Philip John Neville (born 21 January 1977) is an English former footballer, and the current head coach of the England women's team. He is also the co-owner of Salford City, along with several of his former Manchester United teammates. After earning his UEFA B Coaching Licence, Neville began his coaching career in 2012, filling in for Stuart Pearce with the England under-21s. He then worked as a coach at Manchester United, and as assistant manager to his brother Gary at Valencia in La Liga. He led the "Lionesses" to fourth place at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. (en)
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