Sky Sports release funny 'best of Gary Neville' montage

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Gary Neville's decision to take the reigns at La Liga side Valencia has been the talk of the town since Wednesday afternoon.

The Manchester United legend left his role at Sky Sports to take on the challenge of trying to turn around Los Che's season. 

Neville, who made 602 appearances for the Red Devils, was widely considered the leading analyst within the Sky Sports team and his departure has left a huge hole for the TV giants to fill.


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But with his move to Valencia confirmed, Sky have taken it upon themselves to release a montage of the Old Trafford favourite's best moments in front of the camera, and it is hilarious.

Neville produced some moments of brilliance during his time with Sky Sports and will be fondly remembered by viewers.

His reaction to being asked who he wanted to win between Liverpool and Manchester City is one of his finest moments and Jamie Carragher definitely found the funny side.


Nuno Espirito Santo was given the chop with Los Che sitting ninth in the table and five points off the Champions League places.

Having never experienced first-team management, the task of taking Valencia to the Champions League looks a big ask for Neville. 

He will have his brother there to make the transition easier but will need to pick up results straight away if he has any chance of making his time in La Liga a success.

Valencia fans are notoriously short on patience and will turn on Neville if he doesn't make the desired start at Mestalla.

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