Furious Neville demands apology after claims he fell out with Hodgson

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The 41-year-old has angrily hit out at suggestions there were problems between the Three Lions coaching staff in France and described reports as "absolute b******t"

Former England assistant manager Gary Neville is demanding an apology over claims of "friction" between him and Roy Hodgson which "undermined" the country's Euro 2016 campaign.

England crashed out of the tournament at the hands of Iceland at the last-16 stage on Monday, prompting Hodgson, along with assistants Neville and Ray Lewington, to quit their positions.

A report in the Observer claims there was a "deterioration in the working relationship" between Hodgson and Neville, while coaching staff are said to have become involved in "a number of disagreements".

A source is quoted as telling the paper: "The players got on fine. It was the coaches who fell out."

However, Neville responded angrily when he discovered the story and replied to the newspaper and the journalist on Twitter, writing: "This is absolute b******t! Apology? Removal of article? Let me know!"

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