The most surprising news of the day and, indeed, perhaps the most surprising of the administrative purposes of the football season to date, as the BBC reported, brave States and member of the class of '92, Gary Neville has been appointed as head coach Valencia before the end of the season. Gary replaces Nuno Espirito Santo, who resigned after the 1-0 defeat on Sunday in Seville, who left Valencia in another respectable place in La Liga 9 - almost a disaster, but the club just to come out on top in five of 13 games so far this campaign, and the subtext is that the owner of Valencia Peter Lim, a 50% stakeholder in the city of Salford, which must have played an important role in this event.
This is the first head coaching role, Gary Neville, and will continue to assist his brother Phil, who joined the Spanish club as assistant manager in July, and will remain in coaching staff before the end of the season and help the acting head Interim Voro for Valencia, next to two first match of Champions League home match next Wednesday against Lyon, which will be the first game in charge Gary Neville.
Roy Hodgson is not worried about his assistant coach, taking over this role and I think it will only help Gary Neville to gain experience for its international commitments with England coaching in one of Europe's leading leagues.
To little surprise, the British fans are wondering Yet most support the nomination, but the Spanish fans do not share the optimism of their conterparts English "and shocked and skeptical about the new role of Gary Neville. Well, it remains to be seen, but it will nice to see Neville excel in their roles and prove the skeptics wrong. Moreover, Neville will miss on Sky Sports, where he became a leading expert and commentator on high, but apparently has an open door to return to the station when he wants to return.