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The son of former United favourite Phil and, of course, nephew to Gary.
Neville comes from a famous sporting family and has grown up with the game, moving to Spain when Phil was employed as a coach by Valencia. The midfielder joined the Mestalla club's youth team after previously being on the books of Manchester City. He plays out wide and could also be effective as a full-back, depending on what plans the coaches have in store for him. He is set to become part of the Under-18s squad for 2018/19.
“He is on the right trajectory to become something really special for Manchester United. He was a massive problem all night and deservedly won man of the match - he was brilliant to watch.”
“They looked really dangerous going forward… the spring in the counter-attack is there and Rashford playing up front is fantastic - I love him to bits.”
“People will talk about Romelu Lukaku and how is he getting back in the team - don't worry about that, worry about the kid that's playing that's going to devastate teams.”
“Rashford gives them mobility. They just need more energy up front. He has earned his chance. He gives them something different and he is a fantastic player.”
“He's played nearly 150 games at the age of 21 and his potential is enormous. It's actually now stepping up beyond potential to where he will be a top class player.”
‘Our attacking play from Yorke and Cole was the best I’ve ever seen. Sometimes in a match, you don’t recognise how well some people are playing. But we were watching them from the back and thinking: 'They are unbelievable!' They were unstoppable that night."
Remember this? We cruised past Danish side Brondby 20 years ago this week, with a thumping 5-0 win on 4 November 1998.
"When you first walk into that ground at the age of five or ten, you fall in love with that team running out in that red shirt, in that great stadium. That was what drew you to the club and made you think: 'Wow, that's got me.' And it's an addiction you have for life."