‘”I love my job, and the lockout year taught me that sitting around doing nothing wasn’t quite my cup of tea,” Neale said, referring to the labor dispute that wiped out the 2004-05 season. “I was hoping I could work for as many years as I can still do the job. But to get a chance to make sure it’s three and out of home is certainly something I never dreamt would happen.”‘
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