Neil Warnock

Neil Warnock is the former manager of Leeds United. The outspoken Independent columnist has also managed QPR, Crystal Palace and Sheffield United among others.

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Tim Cahill scores a wonderful volley for Australia

Neil Warnock World Cup 2014 column: The best moments of the World Cup so far

Netherlands and Costa Rica have been among my highlights so far

Matthew Leckie of Australia challenges Holland’s Daley Blind in their group B game. I would take a chance on bringing both to the Premier League

World Cup 2014: Neil Warnock's team of the tournament

Premier League managers are wondering if they should gamble on World Cup players. Here’s a team of them who have caught my eye

Phil Jagielka in relaxed mood during training

Neil Warnock on World Cup 2014: They used to joke at Sheffield United that Phil Jagielka was my 'son'

When 'Jags' makes his World Cup debut I’ll be as proud as any dad

Sone Aluko represents Hull’s best chance of scoring in the FA

Steve Bruce will likely flood the Hull midfield to stifle Arsenal's creativity – then try to repeat Birmingham's feat of three years ago

Amid the Wembley tension, please remember the tribute to the Bradford fire victims
Everton’s Romelu Lukaku celebrates scoring in my ‘game of the season’ against Liverpool
Wilfried Bony is a clear choice up front in my Premier League line-up.
Manchester United's big money signing Juan Mata

It was a shocking way to hear the news, but his sacking will have come as a relief to David Moyes – and he will be back

 Once you’re not enjoying yourself it’s only a matter of time before you leave

Juan Mata (left) was a quality signing but David Moyes struggled to blend him in at United
I share a joke with Steve Bruce after Hull’s FA Cup semi-final win over Sheffield United
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