Former Manchester United star Phil Neville has been named the new head of Inter Miami pending issuance of work visa as confirmed by the club itself.
Speaking after his appointment, Neville described Inter Miami as a young club full of potential and believes that he will challenge himself enough to bring the best results.
He continued by describing how the Major League Soccer club is part of a league that deserves consistency as he prepares to start his assignment
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Also confirmed by the club was Chris Henderson who will be the club’s sports director in charge of ensuring development of soccer for both the first team and youth.
Speaking following the news was Inter Miami co owner David Beckham who described Neville and Chris as the best combination to forward to.
He continued by noting how long he has know his former teammate since he was a teenager and that he has the right values needed at the club to take it places.
Beckham described the number of well known manages and players who have worked with Neville in his management journey something that is of value at the moment.
Other than a 20-year playing career, Phil has worked with a number of clubs including Valencia and Manchester United. He has also coach England’s mean team of U21 and England’s Women national team.