Leeds United better off under me, says Neil

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Neil Warnock has mounted another defence of his record at Leeds United, insisting the club are “healthier” and more stable as a result of his year in charge.

Warnock, whose first anniversary as manager falls on Monday, described the job as the “toughest I’ve ever had” as he faced up to the reality of a Championship season badly damaged by United’s last three results.

The 64-year-old will take his squad to Premier League champions Manchester City tomorrow for one of the ties of the FA Cup’s fifth round but his overwhelming ambition – an eighth managerial promotion – is set to elude him after a return of one point from games against Cardiff City, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Middlesbrough.

 

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