Phil Neville emerges as frontrunner for England Women’s manager job

• Former Manchester United player has admirers at the FA
• Neville has zero experience in the women’s game

Phil Neville has emerged as a controversial frontrunner to become head coach of the England Women’s team.

The former Manchester United, Everton and England full-back has zero experience in the women’s game. Although a holder of the pro-licence qualification who has filled backroom coaching roles at Manchester United, Valencia and the England Under-21s, Neville has never managed a men’s first team.

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