Captain Snakeinthegrass has already suggested that the 63 year old seven times promoted infected bladder may not be around for long, and battle lines are being drawn between him and Master Bates already.
Things are not as Warnock was led to believe, it appears. He was expecting three new signings before he packed his bags and trumpety trumpeted off on his hols. But thus far, three signings have become one, with money for transfer fees and wages not forthcoming from Bates and his tight arse licking board. With eleven plus players threatened with the chop and three first choice players looking to move on, the hoped for promotion bid could turn into a relegation struggle. And if that happens, Warnock could be looking for the door before Bates tries to show him it!
I expected Leeds to make a charge for the playoff places when Warnock was appointed but that never materialised. In fact, Leeds went backwards. Perhaps Warnock has lost his mojo after all. Let's face it, at 63, he is no spring chicken and retirement, after his QPR pay off, may have more appeal than sharing a stadium with Master Bates' ego.
Interesting times ahead!