Phil Neville swears at journalist in heated press conference after Inter Miami lose again
Phil Neville failed to keep his cool after raging at a reporter following Inter Miami’s defeat to Orlando.
The 46-year-old was left angered after his side endured an eighth defeat in 12 Major League Soccer matches.
Miami suffered a 3-1 loss at the hands of Orlando and Neville was then tasked with facing the press to explain his side’s poor start to the season.
The former Man United and Everton defender was certainly in no mood and his frustrations clearly boiled over.
A raged Neville said: “Can I finish speaking? Or are you going to interrupt?
“Can I finish speaking? Okay, because I don’t interrupt your question. So don’t interrupt mine – show some f***ing respect.
“So … sorry for the language … in the…”
He then asked the reporter to repeat his question, forgetting what was said, whilst looking red-faced.
The defeat made it successive losses for the MLS side, who have won just five of their 13 league games so far this season.
His team are now currently 12th in the Eastern Conference, three points off the play-offs, but just two off the bottom.
Neville took over Miami back in January 2021, and signed a contract extension in November last year.
The club, part-owned by David Beckham, have previously been linked with a move for Lionel Messi, and have also been tipped to sign Angel Di Maria.