Where is Phil Neville now?
After a long, distinguished career which included six Premier League titles, Phil Neville retired from playing at the end of the 2012-13 season whilst playing for Everton.
Having already assisted the England under 21’s coaching staff in 2012 and also for the 2013 European Championship, he moved into a permanent coaching role with David Moyes at Manchester United in July 2013.
When Louis van Gaal was appointed as the new Manchester United manager, Phil Neville was deemed surplus to requirements and started a new career working in the media.
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Working predominantly for the BBC across their various football programmes as a pundit and match, Neville put a hold on his media work when he was appointed as assistant manager at Valencia.
Working with his brother Gary who had been appointed as head coach, their Valencia side had a terrible run of results which ultimately led to the dismissal of the older Neville.
Phil stayed on at the Spanish giants until the end of the season before leaving the club however he stayed on in Spain where his son plays for a local academy side that Neville also coaches at.
Neville also has a daughter called Isabella who has been signed by a top modelling agency despite suffering from cerebral palsy.
She is the first less-able-bodied model to be listed on the books of a British agency.
In July 2017 Phil Neville will be represented England in Star Sixes, a six-a-side indoor international tournament at the O2 in London featuring some of the world’s most iconic footballers.
Along with his ‘Class of 92’ team-mates, Neville will be opening a university in 2019 called UA92 which is backed by Lancaster University and Trafford council.
Th institution will aim to attract students who otherwise might not go on to higher education and plans to offer “broader courses than traditional degrees, designed to enhance life skills as well as employability”.
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Phil Neville: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Everton, Manchester United|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com