- Neville sacked on Thursday
- Inter Miami lost 1-0 to New York Red Bulls
- Sit rock-bottom of Eastern Conference
WHAT HAPPENED? The club have announced the departure of the former Manchester United defender, who was appointed in 2021, after their defeat to the Red Bulls. That result means the club have accrued just 15 points from 15 games and have won just one of their last five games.
THE BIGGER PICTURE: Fans have voiced their discontent at Neville's management this season and even booed his son when he was brought on as a late substitute on Wednesday. The axe has now fallen, with the club - which was founded in 2021 and is backed by David Beckham - looking for a new head coach.
WHAT THEY SAID: Beckham paid tribute to Neville in a statement announcing the sacking, saying in a statement: "Phil has made a real contribution to the culture of our club with his qualities as a leader and knowledge as a coach. Sometimes in this game we have to make the toughest decisions and sadly we feel the time is right to make a change. I want to personally thank Phil for his hard work, his passion for our club and for his integrity as a person."
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WHAT NEXT FOR INTER MIAMI? The club face DC United on Saturday night before taking on Birmingham Legion in the US Open Cup quarter-finals.