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video: Watch Jamie Carragher’s Hilarious Welcome to Craig Bellamy as Gary Neville’s Sky Replacement

Football fans all over the country were left a mixture of devastated and apprehensive last week when it was announced that Gary Neville would be leaving Sky’s Monday Night Football show.

The former Manchester United right-back’s profile has never been higher due to his stint as a pundit on the programme, but departed the corporation to join the La Liga side on an initial six-month contract last Thursday.

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Tracking. Back who should?? Ronaldo an exception to that!??

Gary Neville believes his former team-mate is the only player he's played with who should be excused from any defensive duties.
Gary Neville insists Cristiano Ronaldo should be exempted from being forced to track back because of his attacking returns for the los Blancos.
A recently released biography on Ronaldo claims that he was involved in a heated exchange with Jose Mourinho in 2013 over his reluctance to defend but Neville, who won three Premier League titles and the Champions League with the Portuguese at Manchester United, feels his former team-mate should conserve his energy in order to score more goals.

John terry: when rio, Garry or carra speaks yes, Robbie savage no

John Terry has told how he listens to criticisms from great former players like Jamie Carragher, Rio Ferdinand Gary Neville – but won’t entertain Robbie Savage’s view.
The Chelsea captain came out fighting as he dealt with questions on the club’s poor start to the season, dealing with accusations of squad unrest and Jose Mourinho’s future.
And he came out swinging, saying a player wouldn’t make it out of the dressing room if they said they would rather lose than win for the Stamford Bridge boss.
He said the squad is fighting to improve and he is specifically not happy with his performances this term.
As for Mourinho, Terry believes the “best manager in the world” has to remain in the English Premier League if it wants to be the best league in the world.
But his best barb was saved for Savage – and he certainly didn’t miss the BT Sport pundit.
Answering a question about which story has hurt the most and if it inspires him to improve, Terry answered, vi…
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