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Gary Neville admits he’s 'disappointed' over how he’s treated by his kids

Gary Neville admits he’s 'disappointed' over how he’s treated by his kids

The Manchester United star revealed his teenage daughters are embarrassed to have a photo taken with him

It turns out that not even big-name celebrities can't avoid being dubbed as 'embarrassing' by their teenage children.

And no one is more painfully aware of that this week that former Manchester United star Gary Neville.

Appearing on The Mid•Point podcast with Gabby Logan, the commentator and ex right-back admitted he's felt deflated since daughters Molly, 15, and Sophie, 14, confessed he leaves them feeling red-faced during the school run.

In fact, the father-of-two - who shares his teen duo with wife Emma Hadfield - revealed that he was forced to drop them 'about 100 metres away from the school'.

Neville told podcast listeners: "I said, 'But it's quite cold and it could even rain', and they said, 'Don't worry about it. It's fine'.

"So, I had to drop them off at the garages. It's about 50 to 200 metres away from the school."

Gary Neville, wife Emma and their two daughters.

Whilst this sounds like a common occurrence for many parents of teenagers out there, the sportsman confessed that the revelation inflicted quite a dent upon his ego.

"I thought, that disappoints me a little bit because I'm thinking, am I an embarrassing dad?" he pondered.

"And then the other thing was the picture."

Salford City co-owner Neville also revealed that he recently tried to take a photo with his daughters, adding, however, that 'they just do not want it at all'.

He went on: "No part of them wants any interaction with me publicly."

The 48-year-old went on to explain that his daughters' embarrassment extends beyond himself, and even affects their mother Emma.

The Manchester United star was left deflated after having to drop his daughter's off 100m away from their school.
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Neville revealed his eldest daughter Molly is planning a meal out with friends, but that his wife Emma and their youngest Sophie were forced to book and eat at a separate nearby table.

"Because obviously it's in the centre of Manchester," he opened up. "We don't want them to be in the restaurant on their own at 15.

"So, Emma's had to book a separate table. I thought the kickoff time for Man City Liverpool was 5 o'clock, so I didn't think I'd be able to go, but I found out earlier on in the week [I could].

"So, I told her on the way to school yesterday, 'I'm actually coming to the meal on Saturday. I can come', and she said, 'You are not coming'.

"She was deadly serious. And I'm like, I think I like you and you like me. What's the problem here?!"

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Topics: Football, Sport, Celebrity