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sport news Phil Neville 'cuts 10 players from his Inter Miami squad but PROMOTES son ...
sport news Phil Neville 'cuts 10 players from his Inter Miami squad but PROMOTES son ...
Phil Neville 'cuts 10 players from his Inter Miami squad but PROMOTES his son Harvey, 19, to the first-team' after David Beckham’s MLS franchise failed to make the play-offs Phil Neville has axed 10 players from his underperforming Inter Miami squad The decision to cut players came after they failed to reach the MLS play-offs However, Neville decided to call his 19-year-old son Harvey up to the first-team  

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Phil Neville has axed 10 players from his underperforming Inter Miami squad in a bid to help David Beckham's side push for MLS honours next season.   

According to The Sun, Neville was 'locked in brutal meetings' over the future of his players last week after Beckham's franchise failed to make the play-offs.

Neville cut 10 players from the existing squad following discussions with the club, but later decided to call his son Harvey up to the first-team. 

Phil Neville (left) has axed 10 players from his underperforming Inter Miami squad in a bid to help David Beckham's (right) side push for MLS honours next season

Phil Neville (left) has axed 10 players from his underperforming Inter Miami squad in a bid to help David Beckham's (right) side push for MLS honours next season

According to The Sun, Neville has decided to promote Harvey from USL League One club Fort Lauderdale to the Miami first-team ahead of the 2022-2023 season.   

Speaking about his son's achievements this season, Neville said: 'He's done well and although he has a lot of development to do, he is part of a group of eight to 10 players who we want to get involved with the MLS team.

'He is only young. There are ups and downs and many challenges ahead but he just has to keep up his attitude.

'We are a club which needs to produce its own players and we want to get this group on the pitch as soon as we can.'

Neville was 'locked in brutal meetings' over the future of his players last week after Beckham's franchise failed to make the play-offs following their 3-1 loss to New York  City FC (above)

Neville was 'locked in brutal meetings' over the future of his players last week after Beckham's franchise failed to make the play-offs following their 3-1 loss to New York  City FC (above) 

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