Inter Miami manager Phil Neville is certain that he’s under pressure to turn things around. The former Everton and Manchester United midfielder admitted that he’s under pressure and things must change for the better if he wants to keep his job on the back of the 5-0 defeat at the hands of New England Revolution. The defeat to New England Revolution made it six successive losses for Phil Neville and his players in the MLS (Major League Soccer).
Inter Miami are not only at the foot of the table in the Eastern Conference, they also have the worst record in the MLS since the 2021 season. Phil Neville and his players have just eight points from 12 games in the MLS this season after losing six games on the bounce. Inter have not won a game in the MLS since mid-May.
New England took full advantage of the chaos at Inter on the pitch with five goals without any reply. They have the best overall record in the MLS in addition to being the best team in the Eastern Conference.
In his latest interview monitored by Sky Sports, Phil Neville revealed that he still retains the support of the club owners before adding thathe will certainly lose his job results don’t change.
Toronto FC have already sacked head coach Chris Armasearlier this month despite being two points ahead of Inter Miami.
Neville accelerated his imminent exit as the England women head coach to take his first managerial position in club management. He was previously the assistant manager at both Manchester United and Valencia.