AS a former Manchester United star, Phil Neville could probably have as many friends as he wants but he admits he only has six.
And the Inter Miami coach said he is more than happy with the situation.
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IT'S AN OFFALY GOOD DEAL
OFFALY GAA have penned a lucrative five-year deal with Glenisk, ending one of the longest shirt sponsorships in Irish sport.
Marquand leads anger at BHA changes
FORD'S FOCUS ON ENGLAND IS LONG TERM
GEORGE FORD returns to the England squad with years of international rugby still ahead of him.
JAMES CONFIRMS RETIREMENT
JAMES O'DONOGHUE has confirmed that he has played his last game for Kerry.
'I was ready to die a martyr'
Syria move to answer call of terrorist chief, court told
Kanye tell who that is with Julia?
MASKED Kanye West and new girlfriend Julia!
Gardai call in specialists to nail sex beast
Girls aged 14 and 15 suffered alleged assaults
Smith IS trial will go ahead
Appeal to dismiss case rejected
George family not Best pleased over Alex ghost claims
Brother-in-law of Man Utd legend dismisses haunting as ‘nonsense'
Central Park Ashling vigil
DERMOT Kennedy performed a "chilling" rendition of The Parting Glass at a vigil for Ashling Murphy in New York.
Being part of an iconic film franchise like Scream comes with its own unique set of experiences. Neve Campbell, who is back for the fifth installment of the film (in theaters January 14), has been through them all: “I was really surprised the first time I saw my face on someone’s leg.”
Love at First Stang
Fender Kurt Cobain Jag-Stang
JUDGE HEARS FIGHT OVER LITHIUM MINE ON NEVADA OREGON LINE
Conservationists suing a federal agency over approval of a mine at the largest known U.S. deposit of lithium urged a judge to issue a temporary restraining order blocking excavations they say would disturb sacred tribal burial grounds near the Nevada-Oregon line.
America's Friendlist Summits
Some high points require expert skill, a bit of luck, and probably some suffering. Not these. Here are 15 peaks—high on views, low on effort—that don’t play hard to get.
BIG TECH, NEVADA REPAIR SHOPS CLASH OVER ‘RIGHT TO REPAIR'
Trade groups representing big tech companies faced off with independent repair shop owners during a committee hearing in the Nevada Legislature over a proposal that would require manufacturers to give repair shops the ability to fix devices like computers, phones, tablets and printers.
THAT MISSING YEARS OF XK120
Kieran Lillis explains the previously unrecorded and lost years of the 1951 Darwin to Alice Springs world record breaking XK120. How it survived unscathed is astounding.
IN NEVADA DESERT, A TECHNOLOGY FIRM AIMS TO BE A GOVERNMENT
In the Nevada desert, a cryptocurrency magnate hopes to turn dreams of a futuristic “smart city” into reality. To do that, he’s asking the state to let companies like his form local governments on land they own, which would grant them power over everything from schools to law enforcement.
BIG MAC ATTACK!
Gunman kills teenager in the drive-thru window
Bassist Timothy B Schmit looks back on being asked to join the Eagles in 1977, just as they hit the big time.
How U.S. Colleges Are Keeping China's Lucrative Students
With travel thwarted, students enroll at partner campuses in Shanghai and other cities