Dinosaurs exist in football and most times their job is to keep the wheel turning by achieving the base minimum. Tony Pulis did it for years at Stoke City while Sam Allardyce did it at every club he coached. It turns out, Neil Warnock was close to replicating his stable magic at Birmingham City.
Unlike the other two, Warnock is mostly none for engineering promotion of smaller teams from England’s lower football tiers to the Premier League although he was never able to keep them there for long. That sort of made his niche as the guy you want to hire when trying to gain promotion to the Premiership and the guy you want to fire should you want to remain there and not go down.
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