Gary Neville claims Jamie Carragher is alright on Twitter

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Gary Neville has taken to Twitter for the first time as new manager of Valencia and has handed former Sky Sports colleague Jamie Carragher a humorous compliment. 

Neville, who was unveiled as Valencia's new boss at a press conference yesterday afternoon, has declared that the former Liverpool star is 'actually alright'. 

The Manchester United legend also paid tribute to the 'brilliant' Ed Chamberlin and thanked Sky Sports, The Telegraph and The Football Association for allowing him to move to Spain. 


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Fans of Sky Sports' Monday Night Football will no doubt miss Neville's insight into the game over the coming weeks and months. 

Despite their previous rivalry on the pitch, Neville struck a fine relationship alongside Liverpool hero Carragher, so Sky Sports have their work cut out as they go in search of a replacement for the new boss of Valencia. 

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Valencia challenge 

Unsurprisingly, Neville also tweeted about his next challenge, thanking Valencia for the opportunity. 

But Neville has it all to prove once again. As a player and pundit, the 40-year-old is well respected in the game, but management could yet prove to be his most challenging task. Neville is well aware that Valencia are a huge club, so it looks set to be an exciting five months or so for the former Manchester United man. 

With Valencia currently sitting in 10th position in La Liga, Neville and Co. will be expected to climb the table sooner rather than later. 

Where do you expect Valencia to finish this season? Have your say below! 

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