Selling Wembley is "nonsense" says Gary Neville

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Selling Wembley is "nonsense" says Gary Neville

The FA's plans to sell Wembley stadium, to fund grassroots football, have been branded nonsense and ridiculous by the former Manchester united Star Gary Neville.

The 43 year old is among those giving evidence to MPs this afternoon.

He said selling the national stadium would be something we would regret forever.


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