Phil Neville was appointed as head coach of England Women on Tuesday following the controversial reign of Mark Sampson in charge of the national side.
The announcement of the well-known, former Manchester United and Everton player has split opinion amongst observers with Neville posessing little in the way of experience in the women’s game.
Mean-spirited people have been digging through his old tweets in an attempt to have him sacked or forced to resign but, for now, he stays – and these were the best of the jokes as Phil Neville was formally placed at the helm of England Women:
BREAKING: Phil Neville has been named England Women Head Coach
He plans to show-off on his first day with this piece of magic… pic.twitter.com/Mg1NppElZM
— Ladbrokes (@Ladbrokes) January 23, 2018
Phil Neville has taken over the England women’s team. The only semi they’ll see is the one in his trousers
— Lfc Kev (@Kev1Lfc) January 23, 2018
Lots of criticism for Phil Neville going for the England Women’s job, but let’s not forget the painstaking research he has done pic.twitter.com/jRbB3dhmIp
— Fisted Away (@fistedaway) January 23, 2018
Heard your mcm is looking through Phil Neville’s 6 year old tweets hoping to find something sexist
— Kane (@kanewhelan2) January 23, 2018
Clever move by Phil Neville tbf, why go the hair dressers for highlights in your hair when you can just get them done at work instead.
— Jay 🇸🇳🇧🇷🇪🇬 (@64_bit_hero) January 23, 2018
Breaking: Phil Neville has issued an apology for his tweets but claims he never tweeted them, stating…
"Some stupid no good woman probably hacked me"
— Sean (@DivvyOrigi) January 23, 2018
Phil Neville giving his team speech before games pic.twitter.com/flGQG8BZ0r
— LFC Stanley House (@LFCStanleyHouse) January 23, 2018
— Josh (@JoshieeLee) January 23, 2018
No one cares about woman’s football
— mr harwood (@DavidWallNews) January 23, 2018
Weird appointment considering Toby Young’s free now.
— Totoro (@MeAndTotoro) January 17, 2018
Looks like the only highlights of Phil Neville's stint as England Women's Manager could be the ones in his hair.
— David (@lfcmaestro23) January 23, 2018
Every time Phil Neville discusses new tactics with the team pic.twitter.com/YrVELSzzvU
— Football Burp ⚽ (@FootballBurp) January 23, 2018