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Neville began his career with Southampton but signed for Exeter City in 1978. He was a regular during the club's stay in the Third Division, but joined Sheffield United in 1980. He rejoined Exeter two years later and continued as a steady scorer before joining Bristol City in 1984 where he maintained his scoring form.
He rejoined Exeter in 1988 and helped the club win promotion to division three in 1990, his third spell at city in which his meandering dribbling style earned him the terrace chant 'weave' before leaving to play for Hong Kong side South China the following year.
In recent years he has coached in Australia for Western Australian state league side Sorrento.
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