Neville pushes for change, Cantona and Mount awarded – Tuesday’s sporting social

Gary Neville (left), Eric Cantona (centre) and Mason Mount
Gary Neville (left), Eric Cantona (centre) and Mason Mount
18:12pm, Tue 18 May 2021
CBAD8A00-D2B9-4E0E-ADDF-D0366C357A34 Created with sketchtool. E9A4AA46-7DC3-48B8-9CE2-D75274FB8967 Created with sketchtool. 65CCAE04-4748-4D0F-8696-A91D8EB3E7DC Created with sketchtool.

Sports stars and clubs across the world continue to provide an insight into their lives on social media.

Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from May 18.


Gary Neville continued his push for an independent regulator in football.

Manchester City and West Brom reflected on FA Cup glory days.

Eric Cantona was inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame.

Mason Mount was named Chelsea men’s player of the season.

Not a bad signing at all…

Patrick Van Aanholt thanked Roy Hodgson.

Manchester United welcomed fans back to Old Trafford.

As did Southampton.

Harry Maguire was excited to see an Old Trafford crowd again.

Theo Walcott took a trip down memory lane.

Birthday boys…


Tyson Fury welcomed his wife to Miami.

AJ pounded the pavements.

Oleksandr Usyk was hard at it.


Jason Roy was welcomed home.

Look out!

Dom Sibley was back in the nets after a finger injury.

Formula One

Charles Leclerc was looking forward to his home race this weekend.

Ferrari took a drive down memory lane.

Red Bull reserve driver Alex Albon explained the Monaco Grand Prix circuit.

Sign up to our newsletter