Inter Miami manager Phil Neville has revealed that one of the biggest reasons that attracted him to the managerial job at the Major League Soccer (MLS) is David Beckham and his quest to make Inter Miami renowned on the world football stage. Neville talked about Inter Miami co-owner David Beckham in a chat with Zarah Connolly of Manchester United TV as he talked about life as an MLS coach.

Neville was formerly a player of Manchester United and Everton before he became a coach with the Red Devils. He was then the manager for the women’s senior team in England for a period of three years from 2018 to 2021 before he took the Inter Miami job at the start of last year. Speaking further, Neville said he’s an ambitious manager and that he wants to manage at the highest level before adding that David Beckham and the other owners have big plans for Inter Miami and that they want to give the club aworldwide appeal.


Beckham was the big influence for Neville when he took the Inter Miami as he’s aware that the former Three Lions of England skipper wants to build a club from the scratch and he’s doing that with Inter Miami who are in their third season in the MLS.


Inter Miami manager Phil Neville said that David Beckham has high standards and that he’s always unhappy if they draw a game and even more unhappy if they end up on the losing side. According to him, Beckham wants to win trophies and that it’s the type of expectations they had at Manchester United. Neville and Beckham have been friends for many years from their time together in the Manchester United Academy. They both won several trophies together in the colours of the Red Devils.