Phil Neville Profile

Whi­le at Man­chester Uni­ted, Phil Ne­ville played along­side his older bro­ther Phil Ne­ville for over ten years. The ver­sat­ile play­er won six Pre­mier Lea­gue titles, three FA Cups, and the UEFA Cham­pi­ons Lea­gue wi­th The Reds be­fore he was sold to Ever­ton for an es­tim­ated fee of £3.5 mil­lion at the be­gin­ning of the 2005-06 sea­son. At Ever­ton, he made his Pre­mier Lea­gue de­but for The Tof­fee­men in a 2-0 de­feat ag­ainst no­ne oth­er than for­mer em­ploy­ers Man­chester Uni­ted at Good­ison Park on 13th of Au­gust 2005, and pro­ceeded to play 242 Pre­mier Lea­gue ga­mes for the Mer­sey­siders. An Eng­land play­er, Phil Ne­ville was giv­en his in­ter­na­tion­al de­but by Terry Ven­ables in a 3-0 friendly win ag­ainst China in front of 65,000 people at The Work­ers´ Sta­dium on the 23rd of May 1996, and went on to gain 59 full caps for his na­tion. He made his last ap­pear­ance for The Three Li­ons in a 3-0 Euro­pean Cham­pi­on­ship Quali­fier vic­tory over Es­to­nia at Wemb­ley on the 13th of Oct­ober 2007, aged 30 years. Phil Ne­ville Play­ing Ca­reer: Man­chester Uni­ted, Ever­ton. Man­aging Ca­reer: None.

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