Neil Warnock’s recent salvage job at Huddersfield Town has “made him want to carry on”, so where will the 74-year-old go next? Here are six possible destinations…
The Championship is ever unpredictable but that’s not stopped me from making some kneejerk calls for the 23/24 season, including Leeds United flopping…
The 2023/24 Championship season is fast approaching, so it’s time to make some outlandish predictions that will make me look stupid in a year’s time…
Former Sheffield United, Crystal Palace and QPR manager Neil Warnock is famed for his foul-mouthed rants and disagreements with referees.
Some silly sods decided to write off Neil Warnock, but the wily fox is the big climber as we rank all 19 mid-season Championship manager changes in 22/23.
Allardyce said he is “as good as” Guardiola when he was unveiled as Leeds’ new head coach and Pep agrees the ‘old’ guard like Warnock deserve credit.
The nine-team Premier League relegation scrap is tasty, but let’s not ignore the Championship as seven sides battle to avoid the drop to League One.
Slaven Bilic was initially on this list but Watford forced a late re-write. Thankfully, five other Championship bosses are reaching the end of their tether.
Neil Warnock has signed up for a firefight with Championship strugglers Huddersfield. It’s a desperate appointment that may pay off…in the short term.
Former Premier League manager Neil Warnock thinks Newcastle United will finish in the top four this season but he sees Man Utd missing out.
“I think both of them are all about ‘me, me, me’ and not the team or the club.”
Scuffles broke out late in the match and in the tunnel…
“There comes a time where you have to let your family enjoy a little bit more of your time, in particular my wife Sharon.”
Warnock says Azpilicueta is “lucky” to have won it all at Chelsea as he’s “not a great defender”. What a load of hokum.
Azpilicueta is actually not a great defender and is lucky to have won it all…
“I think [he] is realising how difficult it is [there] and I think it might be a good time to change over.”
Neil Warnock was in charge of Middlesbrough earlier in the season…
“If you put him in Man City’s team you would see a different player. You’ve got to have a decent back line to start.”
“When it comes to something where you have got to have played the game, they let themselves down big time.”
“I wouldn’t swap any of Manchester United’s defenders for the back three at Middlesbrough.”
“Fourth, I would probably go with Sir Alex… I just think he was in an era where it was all about man-management.”
Blackburn and Tony Mowbray bounce back, but will it do him any good?
After leaving Sheffield United in March, Chris Wilder is now back in management…
Fulham were the biggest winners of a midweek programme that saw Neil Warnock on both sides…
“Credit to him, he’s done remarkably well by working hard/overcoming things… He will be [here] in some capacity.”
Neil Warnock is moulding Middlesbrough into one of his short-term success stories.
‘I would love to keep him here,’ says Newcastle boss of in-form Arsenal loanee.
Burnley fall short in their valuation of defender Dael Fry.