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Gary Neville gives his verdict on the state of affairs at Old Trafford after Manchester United suffered an opening Premier League weekend defeat to Brighton.
Gary Neville is joined by Martin Tyler as the pair discuss Manchester City's incredible comeback to seal their fourth Premier League title in five years. They also reflect on just how good Manchester City and Liverpool have been, Leeds' dramatic escape, Burnley's relegation, Conte's impact at Tottenham and more!
Gary Neville joins Martin Tyler as they discuss the North London derby, which is Neville's 'favourite game to commentate on'. Spurs defeated 10-man Arsenal but the Gunners remain one point ahead of their rivals in the race for the top four. Neville and Tyler also share their thoughts on Conte's future and how exciting the end of the Premier League season is regarding the title race, top four fight and the relegation scrap.
Gary Neville is joined by Martin Tyler as the pair discuss a whole host of topics, including another epic title race between Manchester City and Liverpool, the battle for a top four spot and why Manchester United's first summer transfer window under Erik ten Hag is so vital.
Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville gives his opinion on the Premier League run-ins at both the top of the table and at the bottom.
Gary Neville reacts to Man Utd's 1-1 draw with Chelsea, following another important goal scored by Cristiano Ronaldo and debates what Eric Ten Hag might do with these Man Utd players next season.
Gary Neville is joined by Jamie Carragher to discuss Liverpool's 4-0 win over Manchester United and discuss the gap between the two sides, both in their performances as well as behind-the-scenes.
Gary Neville is back to discuss all things Manchester City vs Liverpool, the state of Manchester United and what the rest of the season has in store in the Premier League.
Gary Neville describes Liverpoool's win over Arsenal as a 'classic title winning performance' and feels they could now be favourites to win the league. He also reflects on Manchester Utd's disappointing Champions League exit at the hands of Atletico Madrid on Tuesday.
Gary Neville is joined by Martin Tyler as they discuss Manchester City's dominant display in the Manchester derby following their 4-1 victory over rivals Manchester United. Liverpool also scraped past West Ham and kept right on Man City's heels as the Premier League title race heats up.
It's that time of the week again, as Gary Neville breaks down all the action from the Premier League. And what a weekend of football it proved to be, with the title race blown wide open thanks to Harry Kane's late winner against Man City.
In the latest episode of the Gary Neville podcast, he discusses Newcastle United's resurgence, the form of Manchester United and their search for a permanent manager, the relegation battle & Kurt Zouma.
Gary Neville disagrees with Roy Keane and thinks Harry Kane's goal should've of stood at Stamford Bridge, that there's still time to catch Manchester City and Marcus Rashford has found his passion again for Manchester United.
Gary Neville discusses the future of Romelu Lukaku at Chelsea after he was dropped for the 2-2 draw with Liverpool, the quality of refereeing decisions since the introduction of VAR, the day he decided to quit playing football and Manchester City's Champions League ambitions.
Gary Neville speaks to Martin Tyler after Liverpool and Tottenham served up one of the most electrifying Premier League games in recent years in a 2-2 draw which sees Jurgen Klopp's side drop three points behind leaders Manchester City.
Gary Neville analyses Manchester City's 'outstanding' win over Everton and reacts to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's sacking after Manchester United's collapse in form reached a new low in their 4-1 defeat at Watford.
Gary Neville gives his thoughts on Manchester United's 2-0 defeat to Manchester City at Old Trafford and claims Pep Guardiola's side were so superior in the match that they "toyed" with their rivals.
Gary Neville and Martin Tyler reflect on Manchester United's win over Tottenham and what this result means for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's future. Tottenham's poor performance is also a topic of discussion as well as Man City's shock defeat to Crystal Palace. Finally, the Newcastle takeover and the process behind it is looked at in closer detail.
Gary Neville is joined by Martin Tyler as they discuss the thrilling 2-2 draw at Anfield between Liverpool and Manchester City, Manchester United's lacklustre home displays and their reflections on Premier League players taking/not taking a Covid-19 vaccination.
Comments (7)


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

Dale Hughes

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

Sep 23rd

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

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

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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