Date:Monday February 20 2012
Vital Leeds United have got the thoughts of Vital Queens Park Rangers user QPR4Me about new manager Neil Warnock.
Warnock joined Rangers in March 2010 and helped the side avoid relegation.
In his first full season they romped away with the championship title having led the division from almost start to finish.
Warnock was dismissed from his job at Rangers in January after a poor run of results, although they were still outside the relegation positions.
This is what QPR4Me had to say about Warnock.
What can we expect tactically?
I would say, you will get an organised side, each player will know what is expected of him. Warnock will not mind telling any player what he thinks if that player is not doing what has been asked of him.
We won the division last season without having the best players, just by being organised and keeping 24+ clean sheets.
Will he make substitutions early when needed or are you left screaming at him to make changes with ten minutes remaining.
Many here will say that he does leave substitutions late. In the Premier League there was a bit of that.
Like all managers, he did have his favourite players, along with his favourites to remove from play.
Were you disappointed to see him leave QPR or happy?
In my case yes, very disappointed to see him go. I have long admired him for his honesty and his record of getting sides promoted. I also felt that he was unfairly treated this season by both Briatore and by our new owners. Cue a few comments from other Vital QPR peeps.
My brother (who now lives in Ireland) is a Leeds fan of 40+ years standing. I emailed him to tell him to enjoy the ride. It won't be boring, that's for sure, especially if Mr Bates decides to get too closely involved!
Would Love to see Warnock get the record-breaking eighth promotion.
Hopefully, our clubs will both meet in the Premier League in the very near future!
The rest of the QPR fans that use Vital QPR all seem to have good things to say about Warnock and all seem to wish him the best.
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Date:Monday February 20 2012
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