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Gary Neville’s career epitaph “I did my best”


And that came straight from the horses mouth. Red Nev was never the most pretentious footballer during his 20 year career with Manchester United and England. He always knew his limitations but sheer determination, undiminished will to win and a good old fashioned work ethic provided a career which genuinely earned him the often overused term of a legend. In an exclusive wide ranging interview with the clubs Inside United magazine last week, Neville was asked by Gemma Thompson to sum up his career in one sentence – his prompt reply was a simple “I did my best”, a typical, understated response from a man who never held any airs and graces about himself. Neville also remembers his many career highs in a fascinating one on one interview.

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Gary Neville's career epitaph "I did my best"


And that came straight from the horses mouth. Red Nev was never the most pretentious footballer during his 20 year career with Manchester United and England. He always knew his limitations but sheer determination, undiminished will to win and a good old fashioned work ethic provided a career which genuinely earned him the often overused term of a legend. In an exclusive wide ranging interview with the clubs Inside United magazine last week, Neville was asked by Gemma Thompson to sum up his career in one sentence – his prompt reply was a simple “I did my best”, a typical, understated response from a man who never held any airs and graces about himself. Neville also remembers his many career highs in a fascinating one on one interview.

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'I have more in my life than football' insists VDS


Following that quarter Final 2-0 defeat of Arsenal at Old Trafford, Manchester United are now just two wins away from lifting the FA Cup for the first time since 2004. Veteran goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar knows what must be done to make his heroics in that game worthwhile. “An FA Cup winners medal would mean a lot despite what I have already won in my career” he said “it is there on my list but I wouldn’t look back in regret if I don’t win it. In any case, it doesn’t do a lot for me to lose a semi final. Football is about winning trophies. Although we’re at Wembley we are still one match away from the final.”

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