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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Sheffield United great Tony Currie (left) watches me hand over a signed Ryan Giggs shirt to Kevin Bradley, director ofSt Wilfrid’s
The linesman who spotted Kei Kamara tugging Olivier Giroud over from 50 yards got me shouting at the TV
Jade Bailey controls a ball in training at London Colney this week
Graham Poll giving me my marching orders in 2006

Neil Warnock: Former referee Graham Poll is so far up his own backside he’s impossible to talk to

What I Learnt This Week: If only Poll had had the courage to call me a 'bully' to my face

‘It has been a frustrating season which could have been different with a bit of luck here and there, and a few more players’

Neil Warnock on Leeds United exit: Off the roller-coaster, but I'm not finished with management yet

I can see myself going into a club briefly to keep them up or get them up

Robbie Rogers (left) takes on Chelsea’s Salomon Kalou in a charity event during the former’s time at Leeds

Neil Warnock: Robbie Rogers could have come out at Leeds and been accepted

Football, and society, have come on a lot since Justin Fashanu's time

Like everyone turning 65 I had been offered an abdominal aortic aneurysm screening

Neil Warnock: My fingers prove season is coming to nailbiting part

What I Learnt This Week

The decision to send off Nani against Real Madrid was typical of modern,

Neil Warnock: Robotic refs wreck Nani's night and our victory hopes

What I Learnt This Week: They are often young officials who hardly ever played the game

Marvin Gaye songs have been added to Leeds’ playlist
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