Neil Warnock is on the verge of leaving Huddersfield as the impending “mysterious overseas boss” press conference was announced

NEIL WARNOCK will leave Huddersfield Town after their home game against Stoke on Wednesday.

After Saturday’s 2-0 win over Rotherham, which took Town to 16th place, the veteran manager said he would address speculation over his future on Monday.

Neil Warnock is set to leave Huddersfield with a mysterious foreign boss


Neil Warnock is set to leave Huddersfield with a mysterious foreign bossPhoto credit: Getty

And talkSPORT claims that a mysterious foreign boss has already been tapped for the leadership and a press conference is imminent.

Warnock, 74, said: “It was said on social media that this was my last game so that’s wrong.

“So now you have to wait until Monday, the press conference. We’ll discuss it then.

“I am very proud of what we have achieved here. I loved every minute of it and I’m not ready to talk about it 1694892847but a wonderful performance [against Rotherham].

“I just enjoy my football, the crowd and the atmosphere and seeing the boys perform like that.”

Speaking on the visit of Stoke, he added: “Of course it will be me [here]I want to beat Stoke more than anything.”

Warnock came out of retirement in February to help keep relegation-threatened Town in the Championship against all odds.

He then signed a new one-year contract after being taken over by American Kevin Nagle.

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Huddersfield’s win against Rotherham was their second win of the season.

They also beat West Brom before the international break.

But before that they had lost three of their previous four games.

Huddersfield were also eliminated in the Carabao Cup by Middlesbrough.


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