And if Warnock is not available (having been held back by his employers at Cardiff City who were quick to issue a statement distancing themselves from his comments), there are others who might do the job. United Kingdom to leave the European Union. “Funny, weren’t it?” said Warnock. “We’ve got three main targets now,” he said, “but we thought we had a midfielder signed last week and that fell through. At least twice a week managers face press conferences, a forum in which, generally, they seize on anything which might deflect from their own shortcomings. Not least because the Leeds manager would know precisely what the EU’s man was going to say having installed a spy in his office weeks earlier. Get latest scores and headlines sent straight to your phone, sign-up to our newsletter and learn where to find us on online. Operators as adept as Eddie Howe, Mauricio Pochettino and Pep Guardiola would slip easily into the upper echelons of government. Read our community guidelines in full, The latest offers and discount codes from popular brands on Telegraph Voucher Codes, Neil Warnock annouced himself as a staunch Brexiteer at the weekend, he chucked a long throw into the midst of the biggest issue of our times, Raul Jimenez scores deflected goal to give Wolves rope-a-dope win over Leeds, Tottenham prioritise new Heung-min Son contract as next piece of business, West Brom and Burnley grind out first goalless draw of Premier League season - pity the fans who paid £14.95 to watch it, Depleted Manchester United dealt late blow as Harry Maguire ruled out of PSG clash, FA boss Greg Clarke under fire from MPs for his role in Project Big Picture fall-out, Police investigate tweets directed at Jordan Pickford and Richarlison in wake of Merseyside derby, Exclusive: Uefa ready to consider expanding Champions League to 36 teams from 2024-25, Chelsea to give Edouard Mendy late fitness test ahead of Sevilla clash after goalkeeper returns to training early, Demi Stokes backs 'No Room For Racism': 'For kids now it can be the factor of people quitting sport or carrying on', EFL chief Rick Parry welcomes Gary Neville and David Bernstein's 'Manifesto for Change', Sergio Aguero will not be forced into apology for putting hands on assistant referee Sian Massey-Ellis, Liverpool unhappy with contradictory explanations on handling of tackle that injured Virgil Van Dijk, Wayne Rooney to miss next three Derby games through coronavirus self-isolation, How Steven Gerrard's Rangers dominated Neil Lennon's Celtic in Old Firm win, Ander Herrera exclusive interview: 'I respect Manchester United - leaving was very painful for me', Newcastle fans raise £16,000 for charity by boycotting pay-per-view match. He had been asked what impact Brexit could have on his club's transfer dealings in the January window. Football-wise as well, absolutely. Warnock was also asked about the Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa’s admission that he had sent a member of staff to spy on Derby’s training session before Friday’s Championship meeting between the two clubs. While he may well have been attempting to divert attention from a match against Huddersfield this paper’s James Corrigan described as being so bad, never mind last on Match of the Day, it should have been scheduled after the credits, his venture into politics was nonetheless surprising. "Why did we have a referendum in the first place? That’s the job we’re in at the minute … I don’t think the chairman has ever worked so hard to get me players.”.
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I think we'll be far better out of the thing - in every aspect, football-wise as well, absolutely. Fleet Street's first female football reporter, Julie Welch, tells Football Focus' Caroline de Moraes about the ups and downs of making her way in such a male-dominated industry. Keeping impatient chairmen, uppity players and trouble-stirring agents onside requires skills immediately recognisable in any parliamentary whips’ office. Which is a shame, since if anyone has the necessary requisites to pick through the morass currently enveloping the issue, it is a football manager.
Neil Warnock: Cardiff City distance themselves from manager's Brexit stance after 'to hell with the rest of the world' comments. I don’t think you can say anything until they’re actually sat in your office signing the papers. “I can’t wait to get out of it, if I’m honest. But on this football’s managerial corps has largely remained silent. Read about our approach to external linking. “I can’t wait to get out of it, if I’m honest,” he said of the European Union. This comforts me; when you disagree with Neil Warnock you know you're in good company. "They had a referendum and now we see different politicians and everyone else trying to put their foot in it. Cardiff currently sit 17th in the Premier League, with the performance against bottom club Huddersfield underlining why Warnock is keen to add to his squad during the current transfer window. The Cardiff City manager, speaking following his side’s 0-0 draw with Huddersfield, dismissed claims that Brexit will make it harder for Premier League clubs to sign players – then called on Theresa May to deliver on the referendum result. Watch the best moments of Arsenal striker Vivianne Miedema after she becomes the first player to reach 50 Women's Super League goals.
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