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    No, imo he's a grade A fud, too old school with hairdryer treatment dished out all too often. Check out the videos on Youtube of him ripping into his players at Sheff Utd I think it is.
    It worked though 🤷🏽*♂️.


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    It worked though 🤷🏽*♂️.
    Dunno why thats changed that to the female version 😂

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    Neil Warnock

    https://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/sport/football/hearts/latest-hearts-news/cardiff-boss-neil-warnock-i-d-love-to-manage-hearts-or-hibs-and-rival-celtic-and-rangers-1-5000495


    Chucking his name out there, thoughts?

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    Bit out of order of him chucking his name into the hat for two jobs where the managers are under pressure.

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    Already a thread on this very subject

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    Haw you get with the program .......

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekhibee View Post
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    Unlike some others on here I'd have absolutely no problem with Warnock if he was to manage Hibs (it's not going to happen though). I love to see passion in a manager, but my main problem would be that he's really the kind of manager that is used to fighting relegation, often successfully but not so much experience of taking a team forward, although he seemed to do alright with Cardiff. Reckon he's still better than Heckingbottom though. Just my opinion though.
    Fighting relegation? if we carry on the way we are he'll be a good fit for us!
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    Warnock, Allardyce, Pardew or Pulis. Bring 'em on. They all have track records of dragging up sleeping giants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekhibee View Post
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    Unlike some others on here I'd have absolutely no problem with Warnock if he was to manage Hibs (it's not going to happen though). I love to see passion in a manager, but my main problem would be that he's really the kind of manager that is used to fighting relegation, often successfully but not so much experience of taking a team forward, although he seemed to do alright with Cardiff. Reckon he's still better than Heckingbottom though. Just my opinion though.
    I think the number of promotions he has had would suggest otherwise.

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    Warnock's opinions on Brexit are reflective of his personality and, in a thread regarding warnock's suitability for the Hibs job, it seems relevant.
    What is it about his opinions you disagree with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liam6270 View Post
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    What is it about his opinions you disagree with?
    His rant during a post match interview that " I can't wait to leave, to hell with the rest of the world" sums it up for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paisley Hibby View Post
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    His rant during a post match interview that " I can't wait to leave, to hell with the rest of the world" sums it up for me.
    Worse than Fred West imo.

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    Would be interesting to see the McInnes reaction to Neil
    Coming up here after the Sheff Utd v WBA shambles when the game was abandoned due to lack of players on the Utd team

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    He's highly thought of down in Cardiff, for obvious reasons, however I feel like maybe it would have been the right time for him to leave following relegation last season. His football is dire to watch mind.

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    I would take him in a heartbeat. All these dinosaur comments are unfair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90+2 View Post
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    Worse than Fred West imo.
    Very good. You'll win no arguments with shan patter like that.

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    His nickname is appropriate, the anagram of his name - Colin W****r!!! 😂😂

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    IIRC he loves coming up here fishing and knows a fair bit about our game, maybe a few of these prima donnas we have need a good boot up the arse to get them to get the fingers out, fed up watching half ersed football at ER.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paisley Hibby View Post
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    Very good. You'll win no arguments with shan patter like that.
    Just as Shan as your brexit chat on a hibs discussion board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paloschi View Post
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    I would take him in a heartbeat. All these dinosaur comments are unfair.
    I don't see the problem with it. There's been loads of talk on the various threads about our current manager's failings around how we need an experienced manager etc, and Warnock is certainly that. Folk have mentioned Tommy Wright, Strachan and others. If so called Scottish "dinosaurs" are ok for the job, why not an English one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by heretoday View Post
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    Warnock, Allardyce, Pardew or Pulis. Bring 'em on. They all have track records of dragging up sleeping giants.
    All ex Palace & all shockers. Warnock is actually least crooked!

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    I'm pretty sure that Warnock has a holiday home in Dunoon area. Maybe he sees the Scottish Premier League as his last job. He's unlikely to get a Celtic or The Rangers post so, he's obviously think on of the Edinburgh teams is a better option.

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    Itíll never happen but at least he calls a spade a spade

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    Without a doubt, Yes. If He became available and we still had Heckingbottom at the wheel we should act swiftly before our neighbours do

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    Maybe he could bring big Sol back with him

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