Rotherham to part company with Neil Warnock after failing to agree new deal
Rotherham have been unable to persuade manager Neil Warnock to extend his stay at the Authentic Prada Gauffre club.
Warnock, who was tempted out of retirement aged 67, Agatha Ruiz Dela Prada Book Bags joined the Millers in February on a deal until the end of the season and after guiding them to Championship safety, the two parties discussed an extension over the last couple of weeks.
However, they have been unable to agree a new contract and Warnock will now leave the club along with first-team coaches Kevin Blackwell Authentic Prada Gauffre and Ronnie Jepson.
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A club statement read: “Following lengthy and protracted discussions over the past two weeks, Rotherham United can confirm that Neil Warnock will not be the manager of the club going forward.
“We would like to place on record our thanks to Neil and his support staff for the 16 games that they led the team at the end of the 2015-16 campaign linked website, and wish Neil, Kevin and Ronnie health Authentic Prada Fairy Bag For Sale and happiness for the future.
“We will be looking to release details of a new managerial appointment in due course.”
Warnock has written himself Amazon Uk Prada Shoes into Millers folklore for the job he performed in his Alex Pradas Quiles Authentic Prada Bag For Sale Ph 16-game stint, which sees him become the shortest serving manager in the club’s history.
After three games of his reign, his side were six points adrift from safety and staring relegation in the face until he masterminded a 10-game unbeaten run, which saw them move 10 points clear of the drop zone and secure their place in the second tier.
The former QPR and Crystal Palace manager enjoyed his return to the game and recently Agatha Ruiz Dela Prada Uk Sale confirmed he would have one more year of management.
However, that will not be at the New York Stadium, despite Millers chairman Tony Stewart offering him a healthy contract.
The Millers will now look for a third manager in seven months.