It’s always interesting seeing a different sport close up. The build-up was exciting
It was great to see how much being called up mattered to Luke
I told Taarabt that no matter how badly he played he would stay in the team
QPR were playing a pre-season friendly and I was standing by the dugout, shouting instructions to my players, when my phone rang. It was Flavio Briatore, the club’s owner back then.
Tan made me think about some of the owners I’ve worked under
... but I have loved my move into television and radio work
After an early lesson, I’ve monitored my food and drink every Christmas for 48 years - until now
Looking at the managerial merry-go-round the last few weeks, with eight managers fired in 24 days, you must wonder what keeps us coming back for more. I suppose the answer is the satisfaction you get out of it – not just winning a game, but achieving something like promotion or staying up. The buzz you get from that you can’t really put into words. The adrenalin it delivers can be addictive. That feeling you have when the whistle blows and you’ve done what you set out to do… you miss it when you’re not in the game. That is why I was tempted last week when Milan Mandaric asked me to consider taking over Sheffield Wednesday.
Having a squad that strong does make it easier to drop someone
Warnock's World: A manager cannot allow the size of headlines to influence his judgement
Warnock's World: I was running down the touchline cheering
Warnock's World: Little did I imagine we’d be wake up to Hodgson being embroiled in a race storm
Warnock's World: it must be great to have so much money you can write a book and not worry
Warnock's World: At training we’d put 50p pieces in the meter to pay for the one floodlight
Warnock's World: I do think in situations like that referees should be able to cancel the goal
Warnock's World: On the last day people were stuck in traffic as we frantically faxed forms but QPR missed out on Parker, Bellamy and Bassong