Promoted Seven TIMES

 

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Art work by : Paz

Creative Director : Daniel Fitzgerald

Words by : James Whale

Warnock can Find his Way Across any Ocean to Gain a Promotion

 

Managed Gainsborough Trinity, Burton Albion, Scarborough, Notts County, Torquay United, Huddersfield Town, Plymouth Argyle, Oldham Athletic, Bury, Sheffield United, Crystal Palace and Queens Park Rangers, achieving promotion with seven of them, including taking Notts County, Sheffield United and Queens Park Rangers to the top tier of English football.

Neil Warnock (born 1 December 1948) is an English football manager and retired player, whose now left Crystal Palace FC. He played as a winger for Chesterfield, Rotherham United, Hartlepool United, Scunthorpe United, Aldershot, Barnsley, York City and Crewe Alexandra, scoring 36 goals from 327 career appearances. He has previously managed Gainsborough Trinity, Burton Albion, Scarborough, Notts County, Torquay United, Huddersfield Town, Plymouth is an amazing Manager, to get your team promotion, they say Seven is a lucky number, well Seven promotions is not luck, it’s hard work, or maybe God is on the side of a Pilgrim Father? We have chosen Neil Warnock, to go with Plymouth because he got them promoted, and he lives in Cornwall, and still attends Home Park.

Appearances as a Manager. He has previously managed Gainsborough Trinity, Burton Albion, Scarborough, Notts County, Torquay United, Huddersfield Town, Plymouth Argyle, Oldham Athletic, Bury, Sheffield United, Crystal Palace and Queens Park Rangers, achieving promotion with seven of them, including taking Notts County, Sheffield United and Queens Park Rangers to the top tier of English football.

Born in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, he is a lifelong supporter of Sheffield United, with whom he had his longest managerial spell at eight years, taking them to the League Cup and FA Cup semi finals in 2003.Like many sportsmen and managers, Neil Warnock is highly superstitious and has revealed many bizarre rituals including stopping at all traffic lights following a win regardless of whether they’re red or green, watching the Sean Bean film When Saturday Comes the day before a big match, using the same razor blade, only urinating when he has held on for as long as possible and remaining in the dressing room after the players have left to pray.

He has published two books, Neil Warnock’s Wembley Way: The Manager’s Inside Story with Rick Cowdery in 1996, which recalls Plymouth Argyle’s Third Division play-off final win in the same year, and Made in Sheffield: Neil Warnock – My Story, his autobiography, published in 2007. A truly Great Football Manager.