MANCHESTER UNITED LEGEND GARY NEVILLE CRITICISES PERFORMANCE DESPITE EMPHATIC 4-0 WIN OVER EVERTON

Neville felt the scoreline flattered United who looked more like the side who had been playing in the Europa League on Thursday

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Neville: Neville is a name that originates from place names in Normandy, from the Old French Nville "Nel's estate" or Neuville, meaning "new village" or "new town".