However, a turning point in the season occurred with victories for both West Ham United against Manchester United and Wigan Athletic on the final day of the season, condemning Warnock's side to relegation. [20][21] Having his personal friend Simon Jordan as owner and chairman was certainly a help in him getting the job. Player of the Year, "Neil Warnock: Crystal Palace sack manager after Southampton defeat", "Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink: QPR appoint Burton manager as boss", "Neil Warnock named Rotherham manager until end of season", "Cardiff City appoint Neil Warnock as new manager", "Cardiff City back in Premier League with Neil Warnock's eighth promotion", "Neil Warnock: Never mind who we're playing, it's the ref who will make or break us", "Neil Warnock has no regrets over turning down Chelsea job", "When Saturday Comes – When Neil Warnock led Notts County to a shock season in the top division", "Keith Alexander RIP, and England's martyr", "Neil Warnock is named manager of Queens Park Rangers", "Neil Warnock named Crystal Palace manager and targets Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha", "Premier League: Crystal Palace confirm appointment of Alan Pardew as manager", "NEIL WARNOCK APPOINTED AS NEW CITY MANAGER", "Cardiff City away at Burton Albion in Championship opener", "Cardiff 2–3 Crystal Palace: Bluebirds relegated from Premier League after defeat", "Neil Warnock: Manager leaves Cardiff City", "Manager Neil Warnock leaves Cardiff City by mutual consent", "Stoke City 0-2 Middlesbrough: Neil Warnock starts Boro reign with win", "Neil Warnock: Middlesbrough boss to remain at Riverside next season", "Coach trips can be good for team spirit – but you need to play your cards right", "London is perfect for my family, says Neil Warnock", "Neil Warnock on life self-isolating in Cornwall with his family", "Neil Warnock on Brexit: 'I can't wait to leave. In every aspect. [30] Before officially taking charge from caretaker manager Neil Redfearn he oversaw Leeds win 3–2 against Doncaster Rovers from the stands on 18 February with Warnock revealing he spoke to the players before the game and at half-time. Neil Warnock is one of three people at Middlesbrough to test positive for Covid-19. [16], The Blades performed well in their expected relegation battle, and for a long time looked to be heading for survival. At Scarborough he and Paul Evans, his assistant, won the Football Conference title in 1987, making them the first team to win automatic promotion to the Football League following the abolition of the re-election system. [32], Leeds would go on to finish 14th in the Championship and during the summer of 2012 Warnock revamped the entire Leeds team with several new signings. During this game, Warnock was sent off from the dug-out. After a brief spell at Torquay United (1993), he moved to Huddersfield Town (1993–1995), with whom he won promotion to the new First Division. [5] He was appointed manager of Cardiff City in October 2016, and led them to Premier League promotion during the 2017–18 season.[6][7]. [3] He was succeeded by Alan Pardew on 2 January 2015.[37]. non-playing staff, Articles with unsourced statements from July 2013, Articles containing potentially dated statements from 2010, All articles containing potentially dated statements, Wikipedia articles with WorldCat identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only, Football Conference Manager of the Year: 1986–87, BBC London Sports Personality of the Year 2011, This page was last edited on 22 September 2020, at 20:25. [43], On 23 June 2020, Warnock was appointed manager of Championship club Middlesbrough, with the club only outside the Championship relegation zone on goal difference after 38 games. The final was the first match that the club had played at Wembley. The owner of QPR, Tony Fernandes, said that the club slipped down to a dangerous league position (17th) after recent results. Warnock played as a winger for Chesterfield, Rotherham United, Hartlepool United, Scunthorpe United, Aldershot, Barnsley, York City and Crewe Alexandra, scoring 36 goals in 327 career league appearances.