The Gary Neville Podcast
The Gary Neville Podcast
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Gary Neville discusses Manchester United's 3-0 win at Everton, including a goal from Man Utd's Alejandro Garnacho that Gary describes as the 'greatest overhead kick scored in the Premier League'. Gary also pays tribute to his former England boss Terry Venables.
Gary Neville chats to commentator Peter Drury about Liverpool's 1-1 draw at title rivals Manchester City, which saw Erling Haaland set yet another record. And don't miss Gary's thoughts on Trent Alexander-Arnold who proved his worth again with a late equaliser for the visitors.
Gary Neville looks back at one of the greatest Monday Night Football games as nine-player Tottenham lost 4-1 to Chelsea which included goals, red cards, controversy and offsides! Gary also talks about Tottenham's injuries, Nicolas Jackson and Chelsea's next game against Manchester City.
Gary Neville discusses Newcastle's 1-0 win over Arsenal in the Premier League and the drama which surrounded Anthony Gordon's winner, including a four minute VAR check. Why Arsenal need a striker if they're going to win the Premier League, whether Marcus Rashford made a mistake by celebrating his birthday in Manchester on the evening of United's 3-0 defeat to City and news of Sir Jim Ratcliffe's investment plans.
Gary Neville takes a closer look at Manchester United's defeat to local rivals Manchester City, asks what is wrong at the club and what needs changing and hails the importance of Bernardo Silva at the reigning Premier League Cham[ions.
Gary Neville analyses Chelsea’s 2-2 draw with Arsenal and has sympathy for William Saliba for the penalty awarded when Mykhailo Mudryk’s header hit the defender’s arm. He also looks again to the constant pressure on both David Raya and Aaron Ramsdale and believes Arsenal should not have both goalkeepers at the club. Gary then pays his respect to who he calls ‘the greatest English footballer of all time’, Sir Bobby Charlton.
Gary Neville reacts to an 'old fashioned slog' between Arsenal and Manchester City which saw a late Gabriel Martinelli goal win all three points for the Gunners, he also runs the rule over the title contenders and casts doubts on Manchester Utd's chances of a Champions League place.
Gary Neville looks back on an eventful Saturday which saw Tottenham snatch a last-gasp winner against Liverpool, courtesy of a Joel Matip own goal, losses for both Manchester clubs and Arsenal maintaining pressure at the top of the table with a comfortable win over Bournemouth.
Peter Drury asks Gary Neville for his opinion on another exciting North London Derby and also looks ahead to Arsenal’s game against Manchester City in two weeks time - Rodri will be a big miss for Manchester City, but Arsenal could miss Declan Rice and Bukayo Saka even more. He also shows his delight for Jonny Evans as he feared it would go badly against Burnley. Finally, Gary looks at how the three promoted teams are currently sitting at the bottom of the league and thinks about what they need to do to turn it around. Oh, and what’s happening at Chelsea!?
Following a late comeback at St James' Park, Gary Neville discusses why Newcastle weren't able to kill off the game against 10-man Liverpool. He also dissects Darwin Nunez's incredible contribution to their 2-1 win, and says that if he can finish like he did today, he could be a very important player for Liverpool.
Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher reflect on Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Liverpool at Stamford Bridge as Neville suggests that despite the individual quality in Jurgen Klopp's backline they still concede too many goalscoring opportunities. Plus, Carragher believes Mauricio Pochettino's side can be a 'pretty tasty' proposition this season if they manage to add Moises Caicedo to their midfield.
Gary Neville felt Jorginho was the difference in Arsenal's win over Newcastle, saying he put in a composed and class performance which reminded him of his former teammate Paul Scholes. This leads to a discussion of why Scholes was better than Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard! Mohamed Salah is also prasied for another great season, despite Liverpool’s struggles and believes Jurgen Klopp has to be supported again in the transfer market.
Gary Neville and Martin Tyler discuss a whole host of topics after a crazy game at Anfield between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City's pivotal victory at Fulham and how Arsenal keep battling through as they slip to second in the Premier League title race.
Gary Neville talks to Sky Sports commentator Rob Hawthorne after Manchester United's win against Nottingham Forest in the Premier League and talks the injuries to the Erik Ten Hag's squad and how important the partnership between Harry Maguire & Victor Lindelof will play in their season. Gary also offers up some advice to Arsenal ahead of the title run-in and discuss loses for Chelsea and Tottenham.
Gary Neville talks to Sky Sports commentator Martin Tyler after league leaders Arsenal drew with Liverpool to open up the title race. Neville shares his thoughts on Arsenal's title chances and who will finish in the top four. He also analyses Trent Alexander-Arnold, Erling Haaland and Roberto Firmino.
Gary Neville talks to Sky Sports commentator Martin Tyler after Newcastle's dominant win over Manchester United and discusses the Premier League title race after Manchester City and Arsenal's 4-1 wins over Liverpool and Leeds on Saturday.