Gary Alexander Neville was on February 18 1975 in Manchester, England. One of the greatest right backs to ever play for Manchester United. Another great player from the class of 92, alongside David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt, and his brother Phil Neville. Gary played for Man Utd from 1992 to 2011. Appearing for the Red Devils 400 times and scoring 5 goals. Gary won 20 trophies with Manchester United, inluding eight Premier League titles and two Champions League titles.
He also had 85 appearances for the England National Team not including the U18 and U16 team. Gary played for the England national team from 1995-2007. He was a first choice right back for more than ten years. Gary represented England for three European Championships and two World Cups. He is England’s most capped right back.
The Gary Neville rookie card is from the 1995 Merlin Ultimate collection card number 132 featured as a Manchester United player. In this card he is wearing the Manchester United home jersey with the Sharp sponsor logo.
The back of the card shows Neville’s current statics of the 1994/95 season. He had 19 appearances for Manchester United and 2 appearances for the England National team. His position was defense where he played as a right back.
After Gary played for Manchester United he went on to coach soccer. He was an assistant manager for the England nation team and coached Valencia from 2015 to 2016. After coaching Valencia he went on to be a pundit for Sky Sports.
“The rest of the Spice Girls wanted to invite the entire Bayern Munich team because they reckoned they’d never known blokes to be on top for 90 minutes and still come second.”
– Gary Neville
“I wouldn’t swap Paul Scholes for anybody. He is quite simply the most complete footballer I have ever played with. He is the best.”
– Gary Neville
Gary Neville is regarded as one of England’s greatest right backs to ever play for England and Manchester United.