'I'll go if they want me to': Leeds boss Warnock
MANCHESTER, United Kingdom (AFP) - Leeds United's vociferous 6,000 travelling fans turned on manager Neil Warnock during their side's 4-0 FA Cup humiliation at Manchester City on Sunday - and the boss revealed he was ready to bow to pressure to stand down.
After the Championship club's supporters openly called for Warnock's dismissal, the 64-year-old veteran admitted that if the new owners, GFH Capital, wanted him to step down before his contract expires in the summer, he would do so.
"I have spoken to them and if they think it will help them, I'm not against it," said Warnock, who has been in the job for exactly one year.
"Whatever is best for Leeds United, really. I am bit long in the tooth for all that.