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'I Don't Want Fergie's Job!'

Having seen his brother face United, Gary Neville fears the day he walks out at Old Trafford in the colours of another team.

Not only that, but he says he has no interest in management, even though ex-United players are constantly being linked with Ferguson's job.

Neville: 'Manchester United is the club I love playing for. It is the club I supported and the club I grew up with in terms of my education in football. I cannot envisage playing for anyone else.

'But I know full well I will probably end up in a situation where I run out at Old Trafford playing for someone else.

'In a dream world, the situation would not arise - but I am realistic enough to know the club will move on. Players move on, and I am no different.

'I don't think I will be a manager. It is too stressful for me.'




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Writer: Cantona Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday March 29 2006

Time: 1:34PM

 

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