Guest smoggeordie Posted May 16, 2007 Share Posted May 16, 2007 Neil Warnock has reportedly resigned as Sheffield United boss - three days after relegation from the Premiership. The 58-year-old is said to have ended his tenure at Bramall Lane after seven-and-a-half years in charge. The former Notts County and Plymouth boss is thought to have been unhappy with the new £450,000-a-year deal he was offered after the club went down. He was set to earn a £750,000-a-year deal before Sunday's 2-1 defeat to Wigan consigned them to the drop. Warnock met with club officials on Tuesday, having indicated after that crunch defeat that he would take a number of days to consider his future. Sheffield United will host a news conference at Bramall Lane at 1100 BST when Warnock is expected to confirm his decision to leave. Warnock's assistant, Stuart McCall, is expected to take over in the Blades hot-seat. Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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