The former QPR manager Neil Warnock took over as the manager of Leeds United last year and he was given the task of getting the team promoted into the Premier league. So far, he has failed to achieve the targets because Leeds United are several points behind the automatic promotion spot, while they are a few places below the play-off position as well. This has led to the intense criticism of the manager from the Leeds fans in recent weeks, while there has also been turbulence surrounding the future of many star players like Luciano Becchio.
Yet, the manager has said that he does not have any regrets about coming to Leeds United. The future of Warnock has also been thrown into doubt following the arrival of new owners. Despite this current position, the manager has said that he expects the signings made in the January transfer window to come good in the next few months. He has also said that he is extremely delighted with the club and its history. However, there will be always a few fans who cannot be pleased. Warnock hopes to even win them over the coming months. Leeds United managed to win three matches on the bounce, which overcame the poor form in December.
“Over the years I’ve had one or two interesting jobs that haven’t been easy. I’d put this in that category. I’ve had more takeovers than just about any other manager, three out of the last three clubs I’ve been at, and to keep the ship here sailing as it is isn’t an easy job. There’s a lot more involved than people realise and that’s why I always say that all you can do is your best. All managers are expected to deliver. It goes with the territory,” said the Leeds United manager.