By Keith Ingham
With the news that Leeds were parting with one of the poorest managers ever to hold the job, a few questions must be answered before the new man is sitting behind his desk.
Why was Neil Warnock so pivotal in GFH's acquiring the club?
Was he asked to step down before he went for the spectacular live on Yorkshire Radio?
Were the monies paid for players sold used to keep the club out of administration?
Can anybody explain how selling a 19 goal striker and replacing him with one that won't run, jump or do much else makes sense?
Will their be money to back the new manager and how much?
Why do they not communicate with the fans on important issues?
Will the planned meeting with fans ever be re-scheduled?
Can the board guarantee that Sam Byram and other young prospects will not be sold?
I was one of the the first to welcome him, but realised very quickly the style of football would be 'basic' to say the least with the players at his disposal. But even though some players were missed, Maynard was widely tipped to be the player the manager really wanted, Kenny, Varney, Peltier and Green were supposed first choices. I feel the fans turned on him after Barnsley and his latest post match comments of 'the lads did their best' and 'I can't ask anymore from them in effort' plus his constant criticism of certain players, Ross McCormack and Tom Lees being the latest to get a 'Wally Warnock' bashing.
This squad we're left with on good money need to show a lot more than they have recently, especially Morison who has been a major disappointment. He says we are three players short of a team that can challenge for a top six place. I think he's wrong.
In finishing it was not a marriage made in heaven and I believe the last chant of the night
summed it up for me 'You've done f all for us' just about summed it up for me.
Warnock, Nah, your alright
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