If Warnock doesn't stay

#41
By the end of Warnocks 8 games we're going to be well into I would rather stab my eyes out with rusty forks than watch the Boro territory so we're going to be looking for some fancy **** who plays sexy football. Someone who's idea of a centre back is David Luis.
 

BoroBen92

Well-known member
#42
If Saturday's game was representative of what's to come, I've absolutely no problem watching it as long as the results are good and we tighten up at the back.

I love a set piece goal, I've missed us scoring them frequently.
 
#45
Would be nice to see a youngish, progressive coach who's come through the ranks in Holland or Germany personally. Someone who plays football the right way and has been at a top club learning his way, then worked in the top job at a lesser club. In the lines of Thomas Frank at Brentford. I would have loved to see Reiziger here.

Tim Walter please
 

Caesium137

Well-known member
#48
Still for the sake of four games..
Is Wiki boIIocks then? Or is that just league and he's counted cup games, but play-offs don't count?

Neil Warnock - 1,379
Scarborough(1986–1989)
Notts County(1989–1993)
Torquay United(1993)
Huddersfield Town(1993–1995)
Plymouth Argyle(1995–1997)
Oldham Athletic(1997–1998)
Bury(1998–1999)
Sheffield United(1999–2007)
Crystal Palace(2007–2010, 2014)
Queens Park Rangers(2010–2012, 2015)
Leeds United(2012–2013)
Rotherham United(2016)
Cardiff City(2016–2019)
 

newyddion

Well-known member
#49
Is Wiki boIIocks then? Or is that just league and he's counted cup games, but play-offs don't count?
Neil Warnock - 1,379
Scarborough(1986–1989)
Notts County(1989–1993)
Torquay United(1993)
Huddersfield Town(1993–1995)
Plymouth Argyle(1995–1997)
Oldham Athletic(1997–1998)
Bury(1998–1999)
Sheffield United(1999–2007)
Crystal Palace(2007–2010, 2014)
Queens Park Rangers(2010–2012, 2015)
Leeds United(2012–2013)
Rotherham United(2016)
Cardiff City(2016–2019)
He said he was 12 games off the 1500.. he should know.
 

BoroBen92

Well-known member
#50
Wikipedia has him on 1,482 games, though I don't trust wiki when it comes to numbers.

I'm assuming it only counts football league matches, as the totals don't seem to include 6 years of non-league management with Gainsborough Trinity and Burton Albion.
 
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