Gary Neville won 20 major trophies during his Man United days - and now he's got his hands on one more.
The Monday Night Football pundit saw off the challenges of Footballers' Football Show host David Jones and Sky Sports News presenter Adam Leventhal to win the The Fantasy Football Club's inaugural league championship.
England coach Neville, who scooped eight Premier Leagues and two Champions Leagues whilst at Old Trafford, did not manage to monopolise The Fantasy Football Club silverware, though, as he had to settle for the runner-up spot in the cup.
Neville was beaten 47-37 by Soccer AM's Rocket in the final, ensuring the latter, who ousted Spanish-football guru Guillem Balague en route to the title, added another trophy to his cabinet following his Dance-Off victory earlier this year.
Thoughts will quickly turn to next season, however, and whether Neville and Rocket can successfully defend their prizes against what is sure to be stiff opposition, so make sure you remain glued to The Fantasy Football Club when the show returns in August.
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