Phil Neville Deletes Twitter Account After Old Sexist Posts Emerge



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Phil Neville wrote in 2012: “When I said morning men I thought the women would of been busy preparing breakfast/getting kids ready/making the beds’.

Just an hour after being appointed head coach of the England women’s football team, Phil Neville deleted his Twitter account as old sexist tweets were shared widely on social media.

The former Manchester United player was on Tuesday confirmed as the Lionesses new boss, taking over as the long-term successor to Mark Sampson, who was sacked by the FA last year for “inappropriate and unacceptable behaviour” towards some of his players.

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