El Día Después is a TV show on Canal+ in Spain that has made a considerable name for itself by simply lip reading what's going on during La Liga games and delivering it to its viewers as if they were pitchside. So simply but, as can be seen with their look at Gary Neville on the sideline this weekend, so delightfully entertaining.
Neville saw his Valencia side record their second consecutive league win with a 2-1 defeat away to Granada this weekend. That victory has really served to relax things around the Mestalla with Neville's side now very much looking towards the European places when only two weeks ago there was some tenuous worries that they could be sucked into a fight for La Liga survival.
All good for Neville then but the same can't be said for his opposite number at the weekend. Granada are in deep trouble and it's taking its toll on their manager José Ramón Sandoval. He's not exactly the most zen-like of managers and after Santi Mina put Valencia 2-0 up on Saturday, Sandoval lost it with the usual Spanish swearing of 'hijo de puta' and 'me cago en tu...' making an appearance.
But then it was about time that he turned to Neville and although the former Man United defender tried his best with 'no protesta', he quickly realised there was only one thing for it.