England are still reeling from their shock exit from the European Championships at the hands of lowly Iceland, with players, management and officials coming under a mountain of criticism.
Manager Hodgson resigned from his post just minutes after the Iceland defeat, with his coach Neville leaving with him, but that hasn’t stopped the inquest in the English media, with The Guardian reporting last night that the pair didn’t get in whilst in France.
But Neville has rejected those claims in the strongest possible terms, and took to Twitter to demand an apology from the paper and the article’s author:
— Gary Neville (@GNev2) July 3, 2016
It seems the former Manchester United right-back wants everyone to know that he and Hodgson got on fine during the tournament, and that had nothing to do with the calamitous showing.
But what do you think?