Perhaps he should stick to punditry like his brother.
Phil Neville boosted the profile of women’s football but a more experienced manager is required to take England to the next level, says former Lionesses goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis.
Neville, 43, is to step down as England women’s manager next summer, though Brown-Finnis says he should leave now.
She told BBC Sport: ”Stepping down now I think would be right thing to do.
“He did have a brilliant effect on the profile of women’s football. But we need the next level now.”
Everyone loves a Brown-Finnis.
Leesthedaddy wrote:Sounds very negative, I couldn’t imagine a bloke being so harsh as that.
Bally wrote:Ungrateful bitches. Should be glad we allow them to play footy. Moaning cows