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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Ross Barkley is good at things not many players can do

Neil Warnock: With players like Ross Barkley you find a way to let their talents flourish

Warnock's World: I’ve taken over at a lot of clubs and I don’t change a lot until I’ve seen what I’ve got

Paolo Di Canio was incredibly harsh in his criticism of players

Neil Warnock: As Paulo Di Canio must now know, it’s people skills over coaching skills

Warnock's World: The Sunderland job is a great opportunity but they should have kept O’Neill

Mark Halsey gestures at Shinji Kagawa

Neil Warnock: Managers are only after one thing if they’re nice to refs - that vital decision

Warnock's World: If I’d made as many mistakes as you I’d not be reffing

Sir Alex Ferguson’s forthcoming book should be a fascinating read

Neil Warnock: Sadly the lawyers won’t let football books include all the juicy details...

Warnock's World: it must be great to have so much money you can write a book and not worry

The club’s fans view the new season with optimism; but their opponents today, Grimsby Town, know the
price of fish

Neil Warnock: Plenty of fish at Grimsby – and the day I knew I’d had my chips

Warnock's World: At training we’d put 50p pieces in the meter to pay for the one floodlight

Gary Johnson's Yeovil scored a dubious goal this week – then let Birmingham score

Neil Warnock: As I know to my cost, Gary Johnson has previous with goal controversies

Warnock's World: I do think in situations like that referees should be able to cancel the goal

I can sympathise with Arsène Wenger's problems in the transfer market

Neil Warnock: I feel for Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger... It’s awful racing against closing of transfer window

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

Manchester City seems a much calmer club with Manuel Pellegrini in charge

Neil Warnock: Famous five start new adventures but real pressure is at the bottom

Warnock's World: With job tenure down to about 18 months I’m glad I’m not starting out now

The infamous match: John Terry and Anton Ferdinand

Neil Warnock's 'The Gaffer' exclusive extract: Anton Ferdinand has not been the same since the John Terry storm

In excerpts from his new autobiography The Gaffer, Neil Warnock lifts the lid on the explosive episodes of his QPR career and their effects

Neil Warnock with the QPR chairman, Tony Fernandes

Neil Warnock: I'm not the one to blame for demise of QPR – and chairman Tony Fernandes agrees with me

What I Learnt This Week: Majority of players signed by my successor for higher fees and wages have not worked out

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