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Gary Neville Names Ibrox as the Loudest Away Venue He Played at

Gary Neville Names Ibrox as the Loudest Away Venue He Played at

Manchester United legend Gary Neville has chosen Ibrox and Galatasary’s stadium as the two loudest venues he ever played in during his glittering career.

After winning countless Premier League titles and domestic cups, as well as the Champions League, Neville will go down in United folklore as one of the club’s all-time greatest defenders, and he’s turned out in just about every major footballing cathedral along the way.

He knows a thing or two about atmospheres, and having played at both Celtic Park and Ibrox, the Sky Sports pundit is in doubt which venue stuck in his memory longer:

Coming from such a bona fide legend, that’s a pretty big compliment, eh?

Italian World Cup winner Gigi Buffon also singled out Ibrox for praise in a recent interview – so is it fair to call the Gers’ home one of the most iconic grounds in all of Europe?

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