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Warnock 21:06 - Sep 15 with 2343 viewsBeestonranger

I see he's shown the same intent in the League Cup at Middlesborough he did with us. Not sure how many changes but seemed a lot from the Watford game. I personally don't see that much point in this cup any more especially as so few managers take it seriously.
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Warnock on 21:16 - Sep 15 with 2202 viewsMyke

Shame that our only major trophy has been devalued in this way. It has been a gradual but unstoppable decline. It doesn't seem that many years ago that Mick McCarthy got in serious hot water for picking a 'weakened' team in a cup game for Wolves. Last year, Liverpool played an u23 team and no one batted an eyelid
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Warnock on 21:22 - Sep 15 with 2169 viewsHayesender

Time to make it an actual league Cup, with only football league teams involved, and get rid of that EFL trophy

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Warnock on 21:33 - Sep 15 with 2116 viewstraininvain

Can’t remember our cup games under Warnock, aside from MK Dons in the FA Cup. Probably because we were too busy winning every week in the league!
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Warnock on 21:42 - Sep 15 with 2084 viewsBeestonranger

Warnock on 21:33 - Sep 15 by traininvain

Can’t remember our cup games under Warnock, aside from MK Dons in the FA Cup. Probably because we were too busy winning every week in the league!


We beat Carlisle one year when Ledesma scored a hat-trick and another year lost at home to Rochdale 4-1 I think.
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Warnock on 21:56 - Sep 15 with 2024 viewsMaggsinho

Warnock on 21:42 - Sep 15 by Beestonranger

We beat Carlisle one year when Ledesma scored a hat-trick and another year lost at home to Rochdale 4-1 I think.


Carlisle was under Dowie I think. We lost at home to Port Vale In the promotion season.
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Warnock on 23:01 - Sep 15 with 1855 viewsMyke

I see Hall won thirteen aerial battles, more than anyone else in the div. Could have done with a bit more of that last season. Anyway he lost and we won ha!
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Warnock on 02:06 - Sep 16 with 1706 viewsnix

The thing is though, you don't lose your job for not winning in the EFL cup. Whereas a manager is almost certainly getting the sack for poor performance in the league.
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Warnock on 02:42 - Sep 16 with 1688 viewstimcocking

They are all wrong. You'd always be better off picking the best team. They are overthinking it and acting like sheep. One day, they'll realise the stupidity of it. Maybe, just maybe, a Champion's league team might not need the extra games, but for a lower league, mid table team to be resting their players for the cup, thick as fcuk the lot of them.
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Warnock on 03:02 - Sep 16 with 1676 viewsPlanetHonneywood

All well and good berating the managers/clubs for not taking it seriously, but it’s not as if fans are remotely bothered to turn up. And that’s even when they try to spice it up with an exciting draw live from Vietnam at 3am!

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Warnock on 06:10 - Sep 16 with 1581 viewsCamberleyR

Warnock on 21:56 - Sep 15 by Maggsinho

Carlisle was under Dowie I think. We lost at home to Port Vale In the promotion season.


Port 'Facking' Vale!

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Warnock on 06:14 - Sep 16 with 1573 viewsCamberleyR

Warnock on 21:16 - Sep 15 by Myke

Shame that our only major trophy has been devalued in this way. It has been a gradual but unstoppable decline. It doesn't seem that many years ago that Mick McCarthy got in serious hot water for picking a 'weakened' team in a cup game for Wolves. Last year, Liverpool played an u23 team and no one batted an eyelid


Pretty sure he fielded a weakened team in a league game, at Man U I think, in order to pick his first choice a few days later in a more winnable game against a relegation rival.
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Warnock on 06:38 - Sep 16 with 1548 viewsThe_Beast1976

Warnock on 21:22 - Sep 15 by Hayesender

Time to make it an actual league Cup, with only football league teams involved, and get rid of that EFL trophy


^This
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Warnock on 13:26 - Sep 16 with 1153 viewsToast_R

Warnock on 06:38 - Sep 16 by The_Beast1976

^This


Should do but doubt the sponsors would see it the same way.
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Warnock on 11:47 - Sep 17 with 955 viewsBeestonranger

He's tested positive for COVID. He won't be in charge when we play hem shortly. I wish him a speedy recovery.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/54189493
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Warnock on 11:53 - Sep 17 with 933 viewsstowmarketrange

Warnock on 11:47 - Sep 17 by Beestonranger

He's tested positive for COVID. He won't be in charge when we play hem shortly. I wish him a speedy recovery.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/54189493


I also saw that on sky sports.Get well soon Neil.
There seems to be an awful lot of sportsmen and women getting covid recently,from a wide variety of sports too.Are we really going to see crowds back anytime soon?
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Warnock on 12:00 - Sep 17 with 907 viewsconnell10

Hope he gets well soon .👍👍👍

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Warnock on 12:02 - Sep 17 with 888 viewsizlingtonhoop

Warnock, the former Cardiff City, Leeds United, Sheffield United and Crystal Palace boss, guided Boro to Championship survival last season after taking over from Jonathan Woodgate. BBC News

As ever we don't exist.

Best wishes Neil.
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Warnock on 12:13 - Sep 17 with 822 views2Thomas2Bowles

It's a worry at his age

All the best Neil get well asap

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Warnock on 12:35 - Sep 17 with 766 viewsfrancisbowles

Yes best wishes to him, hope the effects are not too bad or lasting.
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Warnock on 13:32 - Sep 17 with 660 viewsdoogi10

wish him well probeley left the pub after 10pm and caught it
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Warnock on 14:48 - Sep 17 with 563 viewsSimonJames

Best wishes for a swift recovery NW.

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Warnock on 21:57 - Sep 17 with 392 viewsJuzzie

Warnock on 06:14 - Sep 16 by CamberleyR

Pretty sure he fielded a weakened team in a league game, at Man U I think, in order to pick his first choice a few days later in a more winnable game against a relegation rival.


Which i think they lost. That went well.
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Warnock on 09:44 - Sep 18 with 241 viewsterryb

Warnock on 06:14 - Sep 16 by CamberleyR

Pretty sure he fielded a weakened team in a league game, at Man U I think, in order to pick his first choice a few days later in a more winnable game against a relegation rival.


Was that Warnock?

Holloway definitely did this with Blackpool, but I don't remember NW doing it.

Anyhow, I hope you have a complete recovery Neil.
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Warnock on 10:34 - Sep 18 with 191 viewsBrianMcCarthy

Warnock on 09:44 - Sep 18 by terryb

Was that Warnock?

Holloway definitely did this with Blackpool, but I don't remember NW doing it.

Anyhow, I hope you have a complete recovery Neil.


I think Camberley was talking about Mick McCarthy, Terry?

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Warnock on 10:46 - Sep 18 with 173 viewsterryb

Warnock on 10:34 - Sep 18 by BrianMcCarthy

I think Camberley was talking about Mick McCarthy, Terry?


That will teach me to skim read!
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