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VALENCIA CF: Gary Neville abre las puertas de Asia y es portada del "JAKARTA POST" (1)

Al margen de lo estrictamente deportivo el ficha de Neville ha su puesto para el club de Peter Lim que el Valencia CF se conozca más en Asia.
Un ejemplo, el nuevo entrenador es  una persona popular en  Yakarta (Indonesia), que mereció la portada del “Jakarta Post”
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Neville, nuevo entrenador del Valencia CF, es una persona de prestigio en Jakarta y en la previa de su encuentro con el Barcelona fue referencia en la página de Deportes del periódico The Jakarta Post.
Curiosamente, en la página también reflejaban un artículo sobre el exjugador del Valencia Juan Mata y sus relaciones con el United.
Es una gran noticia que el Valencia empiece a interesar a los lectores de la zona asiática.
El pasado diciembre ya se hacían eco de los avances del Valencia en la Copa del Rey, y de la presencia de Neville en la grada. 
Valencia wins under Neville,
advances in Copa del Rey
Tales Azzoni, Associated Press, Madrid | Sports | Thu, December 17 2015, 4:26 PM

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Valencia's head coach Gary Neville, center, in the stands before a Spanish La Liga soccer match against Valencia at the Mestalla stadium in Valencia, Spain, Dec. 5. Salvador Gonzalez ‘Voro’ had been appointed as interim coach with Gary’s brother Phil as his assistant following Nuno’s departure. (AP/Alberto Saiz)
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Valencia beat third-tier club Barakaldo 2-0 for Gary Neville's first win as a head coach on Wednesday, advancing to the round of 16 of the Copa del Rey 5-1 on aggregate.

Santi Mina scored in the eighth minute and Alvaro Negredo added in the 31st at the Mestalla Stadium to give Neville the victory in his third game in charge of the Spanish club.

"I'm happy with the result," Neville said. "Tonight it was important to win to build confidence. We hadn't won in the last couple of weeks. It was important to do it tonight."

Neville was confirmed as head coach just before Valencia won the first leg 3-1, but wasn't on the bench during the game. He watched from the stands when his team held Barcelona to a 1-1 home draw in the Spanish league.

The former England and Manchester United defender debuted with a 2-0 loss to Lyon in the Champions League, a result that eliminated Valencia from the competition. His second game was a 1-1 draw at Eibar in the Spanish league over the weekend.

"I think the talent is there, the ability is there," Neville said. "I saw many individual things that I liked tonight. I think that as a coach you are always thinking about what needs to improve, and there were things that we could have done better tonight, but also things that we did well."
 Agencia Nuevas Dimensiones  para la Revista NOVA DIMENSÒ de Valencia (España)