Neil Warnock

Neil Warnock says Leeds United should not panic over new manager search

Warnock is ready to step aside

Neil Warnock

Neil Warnock hopeful of naming unchanged side when Leeds United play Leicester

Leeds are pushing for a Championship play-off place

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Midfielder is first Japan player to score League hat-trick as veteran waits for his 1,000th game

A view of Elland Road

Adam Pearson distances himself from Leeds United takeover rumours

Leeds' owners GFH Capital open to investment

‘If we don’t go up, I won’t be here,’ admitted Neil Warnock last night

Jason Pearce: Manchester City's players live in different world

While Manchester City's mega-rich stars were winning the Premier League last season, the Leeds defender Jason Pearce was scratching around for money while playing at financially stricken Portsmouth.

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Neil Warnock: Roberto Mancini and the day my shorts let me down

Leeds boss recalls an earlier meeting he had with the Manchester City manager ahead of their meeting in the FA Cup this weekend

A dapper Roberto Mancini (left) greets Bernie Ecclestone in Dubai
Costel Pantilimon will start against Leeds in place of Joe Hart

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini says if he is sacked every other Premier League manager deserves same fate

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Leeds manager Neil Warnock eyeing cup upset against Manchester City

Leeds have beaten Southampton, Everton and Tottenham this season

Tom Lees and El-Hadji Diouf of Leeds celebrate their team's 2-1 victory over Tottenham in the FA Cup fourth round

FA Cup: Manchester City v Leeds United match preview

A look ahead to this weekend’s FA Cup fixture at the Etihad Stadium

Pablo Zabaleta is congratulated on his late goal for Manchester City against Stoke

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The Premier League champions lost 3-1 to Southampton on their last outing

Norther Ireland international David Healy

Former Leeds United striker David Healy accused of assault

The Norther Ireland international now plays for Bury

Former Hull chairman Adam Pearson leads the consortium

Sale of Leeds United will make GFH Capital a tidy profit

GFH bought Leeds from Ken Bates for £17m

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Hull moved back into the automatic promotion positions in the Championship with a 2-1 victory over Derby, thanks to a late winner from Ahmed Elmohamady.

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