Neil Warnock steps out of retirement at the age of 74

Neil Warnock steps out of retirement at the age of 74

Neil Warnock is going to be the manager of Huddersfield for the rest of the season his main aim is to avoid the relegation from the championship. He is retired at the age of 74 and he has experienced management in 16 clubs.

Neil Warnock has made a sensational return to management at Huddersfield Town after retiring just 10 months ago.

Warnock confirmed his retirement from football last April during Soccer Saturday having last managed Championship side Middlesbrough, who he left in November 2021.

But after 42 years in management and 16 clubs, the 74-year-old has returned to the dugout at troubled Huddersfield to lead their survival battle.

The Terriers sit second bottom, one point from safety and travel to Stoke on Wednesday night. Interim head coach Narcis Pelach will take charge of the fixture before returning to his previous role as coach under Warnock, who will also be assisted by Huddersfield’s former striker Ronnie Jepson.

Warnock returns to the club having first managed them in 1993, winning the Second Division play-offs two years later, and wants to “put smiles on faces”.

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