Dear God, the man has a history of pointing the finger I know - The referee cost us...we were only relegated because of Tevez...if you can't defend corners...it's the bloody boots - but it's pushing it a bit to blame some poor sod of a blogger who shares news with fellow fans!
OK, I can see Warnock's point when he says that the information was sensitive and could help the opposition, but how was Steve Kean to know it was true? Bloody hell, if opposition managers based their tactics on every single bit of internet tittle tattle, they would be in a right old pickle! Ollie Gummage would have been picking five different teams on Saturday to cope with the various sides being proposed by West Ham bloggers, and I'm sure there were plenty of QPR bloggers suggesting that Taarabt (how hard is that name to spell?) and Buzsaky would start.
So tell me, how was Steve Kean supposed to zero in on the one blogger in the know? And why would he be reading QPR blogs anyway? I'm sure he is giving a very wide berth to internet blogs at the moment, given 99% of Blackburn fans who express a preference want him sacked.
This is just a stupid piece of bleating by Warnock as he tries to shift the blame for a pretty inept performance. He is perfectly within his rights to flush out the QPR player who passed on the information to the blogger, but he is well out of order for criticising the blogger for sharing that news on the net. Has he never heard the saying, "Don't shoot the messenger"?
But let's face it, what difference could it make anyway? Were Blackburn going to radically change their tactics because DJ Campbell was absent? Come on, we are not talking Ronaldo or Messi here are we? What headline did this blogger use? "Third rate striker ruled out by injury" might be considered appropriate by some!
Warnock should button it and look in the mirror if he wants to know why QPR failed to beat Blackburn. He picks the team and determines the tactics!