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Gary Neville pondering whether to quit punditry for management

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Gary Neville, pictured, does not believe Manchester united have conducted themselves well over David Moyes' sacking

Gary Neville, pictured, does not believe Manchester united have conducted themselves well over David Moyes' sacking

Gary Neville, pictured, does not believe Manchester united have conducted themselves well over David Moyes' sacking

Gary Neville will decide in the next 18 months whether he wants to quit his job as a television pundit and go into management.

Neville has become a popular and respected pundit since he retired from football and signed with Sky four years ago.

His views have been so well-received that he has been tipped to go into management and he already has a coaching role within the England set-up.

And Neville is not ruling out moving into football management, it seems. When asked during a Twitter Q&A whether he would consider becoming a manager, the former Manchester United captain said: "I have a decision to make in the next 18 months."

Neville, who played 602 times for United, currently holds his UEFA A and B coaching licences.

His brother Phil was part of David Moyes' coaching staff at United, but left soon after the Scot's dismissal last April.

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