“A lot of people watch games but they don’t see the game,” Neville says.
“On Monday Night Football, I watch a birds-eye view of the whole pitch.
“For the first 15-20 minutes, I’ll stand there and watch the big camera and get a picture of the game. Then, I might come and sit back down, when I’ve got a picture of the game and the patterns.
“If something changes on the screen people are seeing at home, I might go back to the big screen and think ‘well, what’s happened?’
“You’re looking at the game differently, you’re looking at it as a coach. That’s how a coach or manager would look at the game.”
The wide-angled camera view will be available for the full 90 minutes, allowing Sky Sports viewers to clearly see every players’ movement on the pitch.
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