53 Facts About Neil Warnock

1. Neil Warnock raised eyebrows last season when he claimed that his Ivory Coast centre-half Sol Bamba is a better defender than Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk.

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2. Neil Warnock says Cardiff have a "virtually impossible" task to try and get a positive result at Liverpool.

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3. Neil Warnock banished from touchline after confronting referee Steve Bennett in players' tunnel at half-time.

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4. Neil Warnock is an English football manager and retired player, currently unemployed after leaving Leeds United.

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5. Neil Warnock is a former football player born on 1 December 1948.

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6. Neil Warnock led boyhood club Sheffield Utd to promotion to the Premier League in 2006, then took QPR up in 2011.

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7. Neil Warnock wants to make history at Cardiff City by gaining a record eighth promotion—and history is on his side.

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8. Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock has claimed that Everton star Richarlison has doubled in value since Everton signed him, according to the Liverpool Echo.

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9. Neil Warnock does not expect to have Kenneth Zohore or Nathaniel Mendez-Laing available for Saturday's trip to Everton.

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10. Neil Warnock has hailed Everton defender Seamus Coleman and joked that he would like to sign him for Cardiff.

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11. Neil Warnock admits he'd love Everton ace Seamus Coleman at Cardiff.

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12. Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has given Everton attacker Richarlison colossal praise ahead of a meeting between the two sides at the weekend.

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13. Neil Warnock believes Everton ace Richarlison could be worth around £90million.

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14. Neil Warnock is sweating on the fitness of strikers Gary Madine and Kenneth Zohore, while Kadeem Harris is likely to start after scoring against Brighton.

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15. Neil Warnock has first hand experience of the brutal managerial merry-go-round, losing Premier League jobs with Crystal Palace and Fulham.

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16. Neil Warnock was talking about the Premier League survival race and the Cottagers' knee-jerk decision to install Claudio Ranieri as manager instead of Jokanovic.

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17. Neil Warnock was talking about the Premier League survival race and.

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18. Neil Warnock will lead a team of music industry giants who will act as Ambassadors as the Grade I Listed building prepares to celebrate.

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19. Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock has revealed that he wants a director of football brought into the club.

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20. Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock admits that he wants to see a director of football installed at the club in the near future.

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21. Neil Warnock revealed how he had spent the international break—in New York with his family.

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22. Neil Warnock has revealed Cardiff City will target a defensive midfielder in the upcoming transfer window—as well as a striker and a full back.

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23. Neil Warnock says he detests the way Fulham handled the simultaneous sacking of Slavisa Jokanovic and appointment of Claudio Ranieri.

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24. Neil Warnock is unbeaten in his last four encounters with the Toffees, but a new-look Everton will be wholly unrecognisable since the last time he visited with Crystal Palace in 2014.

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25. Neil Warnock took charge of the Bluebirds in October 2016 and guided them to the top flight in May, becoming the first manager to win eight promotions in English football.

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26. Neil Warnock took charge of the Bluebirds in October 2016 and guided them to the top flight in May, becoming the first manager to win eight promotions in.

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27. Neil Warnock says managers near bottom of the Premier League all fear sack.

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28. With this promotion Neil Warnock became the first manager to win eight promotions in the professional leagues.

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29. On 5 October 2016, Neil Warnock was appointed first team manager of Cardiff City.

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30. In 2015, Neil Warnock returned to Queens Park Rangers as first team advisor.

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31. On 28 February 2012, Neil Warnock made his first signing as Leeds manager by bringing in Danny Webber, whom he managed while at Sheffield United.

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32. Neil Warnock said, "Obviously I'm very disappointed but, having achieved so much, I leave the club with a great sense of pride.

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33. Neil Warnock was awarded Manager of the Month for August 2010.

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34. On 1 March 2010, Neil Warnock joined Queens Park Rangers as manager on a three-and-a-half-year deal after agreeing compensation with Crystal Palace.

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35. Neil Warnock spoke to Milan Mandaric about the vacant managerial role at Leicester City in the summer, but was never handed the job.

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36. Neil Warnock was appointed as manager of his boyhood club Sheffield United on 2 December 1999.

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37. In February 1997, Neil Warnock was surprisingly sacked as Argyle manager despite his popularity with the supporters.

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38. Neil Warnock responded to this by jumping into the crowd to watch the remainder of the match with the Argyle supporters.

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39. Neil Warnock resumed his partnership with Jones, Evans and Wilson at Huddersfield Town, his appointment coming in July 1993.

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40. In March 1993, Neil Warnock took over as "consultant" at Torquay United, saving the club from relegation from the Football League.

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41. In late 1988, Neil Warnock became manager of Notts County—then in the Third Division—with Jones as his assistant.

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42. Neil Warnock had earlier spent time as a coach at Peterborough United, where he met Posh assistant boss Mick Jones.

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43. In 1999, Neil Warnock joined boyhood club Sheffield United, leading them to the semi-finals of the League Cup and FA Cup in 2003 and promotion to the Premier League in 2006.

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44. Neil Warnock is an English football manager, currently managing Welsh side Cardiff City.

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45. Neil Warnock believes Liverpool should have the belief they can make the Champions League final again.

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46. Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has acknowledged the strides Liverpool have made with Jurgen Klopp in charge, calling them the "most improved team" in the country.

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47. Neil Warnock said Liverpool are back in the big time under Jurgen Klopp, but believes they have more of a chance in the Champions League than the Premier League.

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48. Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock believes it is the right decision to play tomorrow's match against Leicester City at the Cardiff City Stadium.

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49. Neil Warnock explains why Man City will beat Liverpool to the title.

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50. Neil Warnock says Liverpool are back in the big timebut he's still backing Manchester City to retain their title.

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51. Neil Warnock says Liverpool are "back in the big time"—but Manchester City will retain their title.

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52. Neil Warnock says the helicopter crash after Leicester's match last week puts football into perspective as the Foxes prepare for their return against his Cardiff side.

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53. Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock admits he did not want their match against Leicester to go ahead initially—but says they are now fully supportive of the decision.

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