Cardiff manager Neil Warnock wants to help the club find his successor after agreeing to remain with the Bluebirds for another season.
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Neil Warnock is expected to continue as Cardiff City manager despite their relegation to the Championship this season. The Bluebirds finished in 18th place on 34 points and were sent back to the second.. talkSPORT - Published
Neil Warnock will remain Cardiff City’s manager for their return to the Championship next season, chairman Mehmet Dalman has confirmed. Talks over Warnock’s future took place following the 2-0.. SoccerNews.com - Published Also reported by •BBC Sport •BBC News •BBC Local News
Former Leeds defender Stephen Warnock says he always expected the Whites to blow up in their charge for automatic promotion.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer cancelled Manchester United’s end-of-season team debriefing following their woeful performance on the final day against Cardiff. Nathaniel Mendez-Laing scored a goal in either.. talkSPORT - Published
Neil Warnock revealed he is set for talks on his Cardiff City future as he suggested he does not want to manage in the Premier League again. The Cardiff boss, now 70 years old, was unable to save his.. SoccerNews.com - Published
BBC Local News: South West Wales -- Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock says there is "not a cat in hell's chance" that he will manage in the Premier League again. BBC Local News - Published Also reported by •BBC News
BBC Local News: South East Wales -- Neil Warnock says he will hold talks with Cardiff about his future on Monday after their 2-0 win at Man Utd in what could be his last ever Premier League game. BBC Local News - Published
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer endured a miserable end to the Premier League season at home to Cardiff City. The Manchester United boss watched on as his side were put to the sword by the relegated Bluebirds.. talkSPORT - Published
Neil Warnock believes it will take ten years for Manchester United to be a force again. The Red Devils have not won a Premier League title since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013 – and have hired.. talkSPORT - Published
United sacked Jose Mourinho in December amid a backdrop of dressing-room disharmony and his successor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, after an initial winning surge, has won only two of his last 11 games Independent - Published