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Sven Roeder 9:52 Tue Nov 2
Neil Warnock breaks record for games managed in English professional football
Game number 1,602 tonight at Luton with Middlesbrough
Managed 14 clubs since 1987
Is 73 next month and goes past Dario Gradi .... who noone likes mentioning any more.

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Gaffa 11:22 Sat Nov 6
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He is set to be replaced by former Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder.

4ever-blowin-bubbles 10:19 Sat Nov 6
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and i bet he moans and blames the ref for every game he lost

gph 7:47 Sat Nov 6
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Aston Villa are probably only a couple of defeats away from looking for a new manager.

Oldest manager at the oldest (PL) club?

Sven Roeder 7:37 Sat Nov 6
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Be drawing his pension at 72 rather than on the dole.
Understood he lived down in Cornwall when he retired a while back so Rotherham & Boro werent the easiest commute.
Has to be stumps for him

Sven Roeder 7:34 Sat Nov 6
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Drew at West Brom today so obviously have someone lined up ahead of the international break.
Perfect job for Frank Lampard

The Stoat 7:33 Sat Nov 6
Re: Neil Warnock breaks record for games managed in English professional football
Colin Wanker on the dole again

wd40 7:22 Sat Nov 6
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Just been sacked

gph 8:18 Fri Nov 5
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Haven't seen it mentioned, but yesterday's game was David Moyes' 1000th as a manager.

Even though 42 of those were in Spain, he could reach 1000 in English football by the end of the season.

nychammer 3:34 Fri Nov 5
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A Dinosaur still walking in the modern world of football management. Still up for it and good for him.

, 2:08 Fri Nov 5
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Sven 8.03, you missed out another WHU player from that list.

Helmut Shown 1:40 Fri Nov 5
Re: Neil Warnock breaks record for games managed in English professional football
A joke of a manager, always quick to offer an excuse and very mouthy after Sheffield United got relegated. He thought it was an affront to his management skills. Time has proved him wrong blaming Tevez for the relegation. They went down because he is a shit manager as he has proved with the teams he's managed since. I still think he looks like a pantomime dame.

Joe C 10:36 Wed Nov 3
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His hairline has receded so much that if you look at him face on, he now looks like a bald bloke stood in front of a bloke with longer hair

Crassus 10:21 Wed Nov 3
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Funny you say that mate
We thought exactly that
But by contrast I bet the noise was numbing

SDKFZ 222 9:19 Wed Nov 3
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Crassus 5:56 Wed Nov 3

Apart from our relegation seasons, that had to be one of the most disappointing end of season matches that I’d ever attended.

I remember standing in the centre circle at the end of the match and looking around at the stands. The old Boleyn seemed so small when standing there.

SDKFZ 222 9:19 Wed Nov 3
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Crassus 5:56 Wed Nov 3

Apart from our relegation seasons, that had to be one of the most disappointing end of season matches that I’d ever attended.

I remember standing in the centre circle at the end of the match and looking around at the stands. The old Boleyn seemed so small when standing there.

Crassus 9:04 Wed Nov 3
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Top work there Dog
That was a bloody caper

Mad Dog 8:23 Wed Nov 3
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Crassus. I got a 1 yard tap in in that (goal mouth scramble) (or some other year)

I had no idea warnok was manager for them that day. Still remember the announcer fucking it up saying we'd won the league only to come back on and say " well.... actually....."

Sven Roeder 8:04 Wed Nov 3
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They ended up collapsing to lose 3-1 to a Luton side including Reece Burke, Henri Lansbury & Dan Potts

gph 7:48 Wed Nov 3
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He's the best of those who came out with utter shit over the Tevez affair.

Low bar.

cup of tea 7:45 Wed Nov 3
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I like WARNOCK

RBshorty 7:08 Wed Nov 3
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Nope.
Still a cunt.

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