Phil Neville eyeing career in county cricket after retirement from football

The 36 year-old, who was a part of Lancashire CCC's youth set-up at the age of 15, wants to revisit the sport that he played as a boy when he eventually hangs his boots up
Everton captain Phil Neville says that he will "100 per cent" play club cricket after he eventually retires from football.

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The 36 year-old, who won 59 caps for England, played for Lancashire as a boy, turning out for the county's second XI alongside former England captain Andrew Flintoff.

And the man who has won six Premier League titles with Manchester United is looking forward to the prospect of continuing in sport after his retirement.

"One hundred per cent, I will play cricket again in a couple of years time if my career ends," Neville told The Bolton News.

"That is the first thing I am going to do; I am going to get back doing something I love.

"People sometimes fear retirement but I am looking forward to it because I can go and do something I love.

"To get the chance at my stage in my life to get back involved with Lancashire is great because I love going to Old Trafford to watch."