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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Gary Cahill's decision to stay at Bolton in the summer was part of a chain of events that led to an empty England manager's seat

Neil Warnock: Fabio quitting stemmed from my 'Sliding Doors' moment

What I Learnt This Week

Two second-half penalties from Robin van Persie helped Arsenal recover against Aston Villa in the FA Cup – and their fans forget their earlier gripes
Jordan Henderson (left) and Charlie Adam get to grips with Craig Bellamy after he scored the winner in the League Cup semi-final against City

Neil Warnock: Bellamy is the one that got away...for me and for QPR

What I Learnt This Week

Despite what some might think, I took no pleasure from seeing QPR lose their first game under Mark Hughes against Newcastle
Former QPR manager Neil Warnock reveals what really happens when a Premier League manager loses his job

Neil Warnock: My world has been turned upside down

What I Learnt This Week

<b>January 8 - Neil Warnock (QPR) </b><br/>
QPR boss Neil Warnock became the second Premier League casualty of the season following a 1-1 draw with MK Dons in the FA Cup. Following a strong start to the season following promotion from the Championship last term, the Rs have slipped down the table with a return of one point from the last 18 possible. A statement from Rangers said the decision was due to

Neil Warnock: If more people at QPR knew the game, I'd still be there

No doubt a string of agents had been in touch to say their man could do a better job

I may look to be joking with David Seaman, but inside I'm hurting after Sheffield United's 2003 FA Cup defeat

Neil Warnock: My lifelong love for the Cup has always gone unrequited

What I Learnt This Week

Jamie Mackie's equaliser was only the third goal that Swansea have conceded at home all season

Neil Warnock: How Arsène lent Joey wings for the birth of baby Cassius

What I Learnt This Week

The Warnock family grin and bear it as we 'enjoy' the rides at the Winter Wonderland on Thursday
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Songs from the bell jar

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One man's day in high heels

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Veteran talkshow host steps down to plaudits from four presidents
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Hozier's 'blasphemous' song takes Novello award

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Paul Scholes column: Does David De Gea really want to leave Manchester United to fight it out for the No 1 spot at Real Madrid?

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