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The Gary Neville Podcast

The Gary Neville Podcast

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A weekly review of the weekend’s football from Sky Sports’ expert and Manchester United legend Gary Neville
123 Episodes
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Gary Neville and Martin Tyler analyse Chelsea and Manchester United's 0-0 draw on Super Sunday and discuss which side is closest to challenging for the title. Also, Neville and Tyler reflect on Manchester City's 20th consecutive victory and Gareth Bale's star display for Tottenham Hotspur.
Gary Neville says Manchester City put on a Floyd Mayweather-type performance in their 1-0 win over Arsenal by keeping the Gunners at arm’s length despite not being on top form. Neville is also not surprised by Liverpool’s recent poor results, and the former Manchester United and England man says they need some fresh ideas and changes in tactics to protect their injury-hit defensive positions.
Gary Neville claims that the Liverpool squad look drained and suggests that's the biggest factor for their "alarming dip" in form. Plus, why Manchester United are not good enough to seriously challenge for the Premier League title this season but should be contenders next season.
Gary Neville hails Mo Salah's two moments of magic as Liverpool's recovery continued with a 3-1 win at West Ham.
Gary Neville analyses Liverpool's 0-0 draw with Manchester Utd at Anfield and assesses what the result and performance means for the two Premier League rivals.
Gary Neville analyses the Carabao Cup semi-final between the two Manchester clubs, looks ahead to a compelling final between Pep and Jose and gives his thoughts on whether a trophy-less season will put added pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s position as Manchester Utd manager.
Gary Neville says Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has become the latest Premier League manager to be in the media spotlight following his side's 3-1 defeat to Manchester City.
Gary Neville reflects on Manchester Utd’s 2-0 victory over Everton in the Carabao Cup quarter-final and discusses whether Ole Solskjaer needs to add to the team in the January transfer window.
Gary Neville joins Martin Tyler to discuss Manchester United's stunning win over Leeds and their improving fortunes - plus Leeds' chaotic style of play and Liverpool's super seven.
Gary Neville joins Martin Tyler after the north London derby to discuss all the latest news from the Premier League, including what it's like having fans back in stadiums, that Paul Pogba goal at West Ham, plus whether Jose Mourinho's 'little ponies' have more of a chance in the title race than Chelsea.
Martin Tyler joins Gary Neville to discuss the weekend's Premier League action. A brilliant Harry Kane performance and a changed Tottenham under Jose Mourinho, Phil Foden's need for a run of games and why managers need to stop complaining about the number of matches.
Gary Neville is joined by Martin Tyler to discuss an intriguing match between Manchester City and Liverpool; yet more handball and VAR controversy and how fans absence from stadiums continues to impact games.
Martin Tyler joins Gary Neville to discuss Arsenal's win over Manchester United on Super Sunday and the growing problems for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Gary Neville joins Martin Tyler to talk about Manchester City’s 1-0 win over Arsenal, which Gary says will have delighted Pep Guardiola after their difficult start to the season. Gary also discusses how Carlo Ancelotti is an example of a great coach who constantly improves players, as evidenced by Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s superb form. Gary also likes some elements of Project Big Picture and dislikes others, but says it is a positive that talk of restructuring English football is happening at all.
Gary Neville shares his thoughts after Manchester United's 6-1 defeat to Tottenham in the Premier League, plus a request to the board at the club to invest in the squad before the end of the transfer window in order to close the gap on their rivals.
Gary Neville joins Martin Tyler to discuss Liverpool's 3-1 win over Arsenal in the Premier League, Manchester City's 5-2 defeat to Leicester and the interpretation of the new handball law as a number of controversial penalties were given in the Premier League over the weekend.
Gary Neville looks back on the weekend's Premier League games with Martin Tyler and discusses Manchester Utd’s struggles in the transfer market and how VAR is improving this season but changes still need to be made to the handball rule.
Gary Neville talks to Martin Tyler after a dramatic end of season finale which saw Manchester Utd and Chelsea claim the final two Champions League spots and Aston Villa surviving the drop at the expense of Bournemouth and Watford.
Gary Neville talks to Martin Tyler after West Ham’s dominant first half display secured a vital three points against relegation rivals Watford and all but sealed their Premier League status.
Gary Neville reflects on Manchester United's 2-2 draw to Southampton as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side failed to capitalise on slip-ups by Leicester and Chelsea. Plus, he gives his reaction to Manchester City having their UEFA ban overturned.
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Comments (8)

JS K

as a liverpool fan I love hearing this from Gary Neville. But looking at his comments objectively and his honest refreshing views on liverpool and Utd I have so much respect for him, probably more so than Jamie C.

Feb 13th
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Dale Hughes

Gary, please make your own podcast. I could listen to a much longer podcast easily if you made one.

Sep 23rd
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karl mc veigh

so right caroline I am united 35 years we are so thin in the squad, but let's look to the future though

Sep 22nd
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caroline bradley

have watched them all my life and can honestly say we are as bad as we could be , we have nothing ,no tactics ,no spine ,no team ... pretty soon United will lose many supporter's if they continue like this ,id rather watch paint dry then watch a team run around like headless chickens

Sep 22nd
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Keith Sloan

Andre gomes is on only on loan at Everton so can't look at the team and say they only need a few signings!

Mar 6th
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Chris Gannon

Great to see the real Manchester United playing real attacking football... and how about David De Dea?! The best keeper in the world by far. what a performance from him

Jan 13th
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