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United - Neville Gets One Year Contract Extension!

Written off earlier this season, Gary Neville has defied his critics to earn a one-year contract extension.

The popular full back, who we believe has done enough in recent weeks to warrant inclusion in the England 2010 squad, has defied an injury that kept him out of the game for eighteen months, to prove to Sir Alex that he still has plenty to offer Manchester United Football Club.

At thirty-five, Gary is probably honest enough to accept that his appearances in the first team may well be shared with Rafael next season but the full back, who has been with United for nineteen years, will be absolutely delighted at having made his mark this season after such a dreadful spell of injuries.

Speaking about Neville`s new contract offer, Sir Alex commented,

'He deserves it'

'His contribution has been fantastic."

'What Gary has achieved after being out of the game for 18 months, in his 30s, is astonishing.'


Vital Manchester United would like to offer our congratulations to Gary and we look forward to some more of those emotional outbursts that show that Gary is United through and through.

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday April 30 2010

Time: 3:39PM

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as you say, written off earlier on in the season, he's done well for sure.
The Fear
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30/04/2010 16:31:00

Congratulations to him and i wish him the best for next season he has definately earned his contract.
khoder
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01/05/2010 06:16:00

We need him to keep the youngsters on their feet too!! Apart from keeping the likes of Ronaldinho quiet that is!
elvido
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01/05/2010 06:40:00

Andc the geriatrics march on. And on.
fifthcolumnblue
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01/05/2010 20:24:00

They will as long as you are singing the same tune!!
elvido
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02/05/2010 05:46:00

Would Ne vile, Scholes and Giggs be on your books if you had the money to replace them?
fifthcolumnblue
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02/05/2010 09:59:00

 

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