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Former England defender turned pundit Gary Neville joins us to discuss his autobiography 'Red'.

Last Updated: 26/02/13 at 12:08

Former England defender turned Monday Night Football pundit Gary Neville joins us to discuss his autobiography 'Red'.

Join us as Gary talks about his current role as England coach and reflects on his England career, including the moment he entered the England dressing room for the first time at Euro 96.

In a frank interview, Gary also discusses the impact that Sir Alex Ferguson has had on his career and what it is really like to work as a pundit for Sky Sports. Make sure you don't miss it.

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