Gary Neville surprises fans as Man Utd legend makes ‘thoughtful and sharp’ Dragon’s Den return

GARY NEVILLE was praised by viewers as he returned to Dragons’ Den on Thursday night.

The Manchester United legend, 49, made his debut on the hit BBC show last month.

PAGary Neville, second from right, made a second appearance on Dragons’ Den on Thursday[/caption]

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He boasts a £100million empire which includes five-star hotels, restaurants, pubs and Salford City FC.

And his second appearance on Dragons’ Den saw him impress people with his business acumen.

One said: “Whatever you might think about Gary Neville as an ex-pro and pundit, he’s a remarkable guy.

“Impressively thoughtful and sharp on Dragon’s Den. Businesses all over the place, philanthropic. A force of nature.”

Another added: “Thought Gary Neville was very good on Dragons’ Den.”

While a third replied: “Feels weird seeing Gary Neville on Dragons Den but his certainly got some business acquirement and loves investing in sports.”

Meanwhile, others were confused as to why Neville was on the show.

One said: “Since when did Gary Neville become a Dragon on Dragons’ Den?”

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A second responded: “I never knew Gary Neville was a new Dragon on Dragons’ Den.”

And another agreed, adding: “What is Gary Neville doing on Dragons’ Den?”

During his first appearance on the programme, Neville fought back tears while making an offer to a Manchester City fan.

He was also dug out by an entrepreneur who took a jibe at his punditry.

Neville has been appearing as a guest on the BBC showPA

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