PHIL NEVILLE has lauded Romeo Beckham’s start to life in the game as the son of David Beckham looks to break out at Inter Miami.
Inter Miami co-owner Beckham told Neville, the Inter head coach and a former team-mate of David’s, that he wants Romeo to earn his place.
The 19-year-old followed in his father’s footsteps by becoming a professional footballer this month, albeit with no public announcement, and made his debut for the Miami side’s sister team, Fort Lauderdale.
Beckham Jnr. made his debut on Sunday, starting and playing 79 minutes in a 2-2 home draw with South Georgia Tormenta.
Neville said: “I think the first thing that…