Ups and downs: Neil Warnock’s 14 months in charge of Leeds United

Leeds United manager Neil Warnock on the touchline during the FA Cup fifth round match at The Etihad Stadium against Manchester City in February 2015. Picture: Martin Rickett/PA
Leeds United manager Neil Warnock on the touchline during the FA Cup fifth round match at The Etihad Stadium against Manchester City in February 2015. Picture: Martin Rickett/PA
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Saturday’s arrival of Cardiff City to Elland Road brings a familiar face back to West Yorkshire in the shape of former Leeds United boss Neil Warnock.

The 68-year-old took over in February 2012, but left through mutual consent on April 1 2013 after a bad run of results. Here we look at some of the highs ... as well as some of the lows during his 14-month spell in charge.

HAT-TRICK HERO: Leeds United's Kemar Roofe, left, leaves with the match ball alongside Ronaldo Vieira. Picture by Bruce Rollinson.

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