First he wanted three games to change the world; now he wants another eleven. After last night's cruel draw, Old Big Gob was moaning about the referee yet again but suggesting that, despite the six point gap to Brighton and four point gap to Nottingham Forest, Leeds can still do it!
The team, apparently, go in to every game believing they can win it, presumably by a one goal margin given the lack of goals. Warnock's not sure if they will make it to the playoffs, but they are going to give it their best shot (with shot in the singular per game!).
It's six games out of ten at home after Saturday says Neil. Not that this should matter as the team believes it can win, "every game" so the venue really should be irrelevant. But it sounds to me as if Warnock is discounting the game at Palace, maybe fearing a reverse. Maybe that's why he is talking of 11 games before the curtain comes down on his career?
Warnock's words were:
"I think Leicester will be glad to have come out of the game with a
point. There should
have been two free-kicks in the build-up to the goal. The last time I
felt like this was at Bristol City three years ago and it cost me three
grand after I'd been on the telly so I have to be careful what I say.
But I was disappointed with the consistency tonight and that's all you
"Whether we can still get into the play-offs I don't know
but we have six out of 10 at home after Saturday and these lads are
going into every game thinking they can win. It might be the last 11
games of my career but I'm going to enjoy them."