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Former Manchester United and England full-back Phil Neville has joined the coaching staff of Valencia as assistant managerRead the full story ›
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The BBC has received 445 complaints about Phil Neville's commentary of England's World Cup match with Italy, a spokeswoman confirmed.
Neville was heavily criticised on Twitter during and after Saturday's match for what some described as his "boring" delivery.
The mother of footballers Gary and Phil Neville has been awarded the freedom of Bury, the borough where she was born and still lives.
Jill Neville was awarded the accolade in "recognition of her unique and enduring contribution to the development of Bury Football Club."
Jill has been company secretary for more than 20 years, and general manager for the last three years. She said she was "deeply honoured."