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This is the best footage yet of Warnock’s tantrum :lol:

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Cant help but kinda like the bloke

I see him as a panto villain more than anything

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Cant help but kinda like the bloke

I see him as a panto villain more than anything


Boo! hiss!

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Cant help but kinda like the bloke

I see him as a panto villain more than anything


Boo! hiss!


He's Behind You. :roll:

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Nice words Nuno:-

http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11688/11319953/neil-warnock-slams-total-disgrace-nuno-after-wolves-boss-post-match-celebration

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chriskamara wrote:
Cant help but kinda like the bloke

I see him as a panto villain more than anything


He could come on stage as an evil no eyebrowed, pointy nosed dwarf, snarling and raging like the monster in the go compare ads, but in real life he is a nice little fellow with a wife and kids called Warwick Hunt.

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chriskamara wrote:
Cant help but kinda like the bloke

I see him as a panto villain more than anything


He could come on stage as an evil no eyebrowed, pointy nosed dwarf, snarling and raging like the monster in the go compare ads, but in real life he is a nice little fellow with a wife and kids called Warwick Hunt.


He looks, and no doubt smells, like Shrek

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Having watched the after match shenanigans a few times,I thought Nuno was
in two minds,go shake hands,or go celebrate with the rest of them,it looked to me
that he made the decision to go celebrate.
Having said that,he did the right thing in apologising and Warnock didn't have the grace
to accept the apology.
I think Warnock was far more worked up over the result rather than the lack of a handshake.
His team lost a match he felt they should have won and he used Nuno as the reason for his anger.
Warnock has hardly been a shining example of good behaviour and manners.
It has nothing at all to do with Jonny foreigners or Brits,one of them eventually did the right thing
which isn't so hard when you have won a game like that.
The other wilted under the emotion and didn't,maybe not so easy when you have lost a game like that.
Nuno needs to be more aware of his behaviour,having said he will,I'm sure he will.
With what Warnock has done with the players he has,I hope they get promoted one way or the other.


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Not sure the likes of Wornock's style of football deserves to be rewarded.

His side would be just cannon fodder.

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wolfrunna wrote:
Having watched the after match shenanigans a few times,I thought Nuno was
in two minds,go shake hands,or go celebrate with the rest of them,it looked to me
that he made the decision to go celebrate.
Having said that,he did the right thing in apologising and Warnock didn't have the grace
to accept the apology.
I think Warnock was far more worked up over the result rather than the lack of a handshake.
His team lost a match he felt they should have won and he used Nuno as the reason for his anger.
Warnock has hardly been a shining example of good behaviour and manners.
It has nothing at all to do with Jonny foreigners or Brits,one of them eventually did the right thing
which isn't so hard when you have won a game like that.
The other wilted under the emotion and didn't,maybe not so easy when you have lost a game like that.
Nuno needs to be more aware of his behaviour,having said he will,I'm sure he will.
With what Warnock has done with the players he has,I hope they get promoted one way or the other.

Someone has posted on-line of Warnock refusing to shake hands in the past and he's also recommended his players, whilst at Notts County, to do outrageous things to Wolves players (by Geoff Thomas who was on our bench at the time) to take them out of the game. Pure class! Hypocrite!!!!

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Don't think either side did themselves favours with the full time antics.

Very efficient performance, never concerned we would lose so none of the worries for me. Watched it in the pub with an Arsenal mate and was asked to describe our style, said we play like an old fashioned continental side, control it and wait for one of the star players to do something. We didn't disappoint.

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SELWolf wrote:
wolfrunna wrote:
Having watched the after match shenanigans a few times,I thought Nuno was
in two minds,go shake hands,or go celebrate with the rest of them,it looked to me
that he made the decision to go celebrate.
Having said that,he did the right thing in apologising and Warnock didn't have the grace
to accept the apology.
I think Warnock was far more worked up over the result rather than the lack of a handshake.
His team lost a match he felt they should have won and he used Nuno as the reason for his anger.
Warnock has hardly been a shining example of good behaviour and manners.
It has nothing at all to do with Jonny foreigners or Brits,one of them eventually did the right thing
which isn't so hard when you have won a game like that.
The other wilted under the emotion and didn't,maybe not so easy when you have lost a game like that.
Nuno needs to be more aware of his behaviour,having said he will,I'm sure he will.
With what Warnock has done with the players he has,I hope they get promoted one way or the other.

Someone has posted on-line of Warnock refusing to shake hands in the past and he's also recommended his players, whilst at Notts County, to do outrageous things to Wolves players (by Geoff Thomas who was on our bench at the time) to take them out of the game. Pure class! Hypocrite!!!!


I haven't heard anything like that before,SEL.
He is no angel tis true,and there is plenty of evidence to support that,he himself has said as much.
I'm less concerned with Warnock than I am how Nuno behaves.
NW is not the first manager to be unhappy with Nuno,for which he has apologised,which
should be the end of it.
NW has had far more success than failure in his career,so he must be doing something right
for the clubs he works for,he will know he was let down by his penalty takers otherwise
he would have won the match with us.
As I said earlier,I believe that is the source of his anger.Hopefully he see's the error of his ways
and accepts the his behaviour was worthy of an apology.


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Don't think either side did themselves favours with the full time antics.

Very efficient performance, never concerned we would lose so none of the worries for me. Watched it in the pub with an Arsenal mate and was asked to describe our style, said we play like an old fashioned continental side, control it and wait for one of the star players to do something. We didn't disappoint.

That's two games that Nuno has gone OTT. I don't think it's the way to react tbh.

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Don't think either side did themselves favours with the full time antics.

Very efficient performance, never concerned we would lose so none of the worries for me. Watched it in the pub with an Arsenal mate and was asked to describe our style, said we play like an old fashioned continental side, control it and wait for one of the star players to do something. We didn't disappoint.

That's two games that Nuno has gone OTT. I don't think it's the way to react tbh.


He's behaving exactly how a fan would. Maybe there's an argument to be made about how he should be setting the standard, but I've said before that I don't believe he's trying to be disrespectful. Pulis said he wasn't bothered by it and Warnock only didn't like it because his side threw away two chances to gain a point. I think this handshake business is becoming a storm in a tea cup. At the end of the day, if Warnock wants to demonstrate British 'class and manners' to a foreigner then he should set the example himself. Nuno tried to apologise, but Warnock showed himself up. That's nothing to do with us, that's Warnock demonstrating his true colours.

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Cally wrote:
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Don't think either side did themselves favours with the full time antics.

Very efficient performance, never concerned we would lose so none of the worries for me. Watched it in the pub with an Arsenal mate and was asked to describe our style, said we play like an old fashioned continental side, control it and wait for one of the star players to do something. We didn't disappoint.

That's two games that Nuno has gone OTT. I don't think it's the way to react tbh.


He's behaving exactly how a fan would. Maybe there's an argument to be made about how he should be setting the standard, but I've said before that I don't believe he's trying to be disrespectful. Pulis said he wasn't bothered by it and Warnock only didn't like it because his side threw away two chances to gain a point. I think this handshake business is becoming a storm in a tea cup. At the end of the day, if Warnock wants to demonstrate British 'class and manners' to a foreigner then he should set the example himself. Nuno tried to apologise, but Warnock showed himself up. That's nothing to do with us, that's Warnock demonstrating his true colours.

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Neither manager covered themselves in any glory with their behaviour.

Nuno showed a distinct lack of class tbh & its not the first time either,just because he's the Wolves manager doesn't excuse it.

He knows the etiquette of the game well enough to appreciate his actions were not the done thing.

However Warnocks total over reaction did him no favours either- it never does-he's a tool.


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That's two games that Nuno has gone OTT. I don't think it's the way to react tbh.


It's 3 I can think of. Bristol City in the Directors box, Middlesboro and Cardiff. I think it is his passion and focus on what he is building at Wolves but he does need to learn and I think he recognized that in his interview on Friday. Having said that, Warnock's comment about lack of class is the absolute hypocritical irony of all ironies. He is in the 4th official's ear all the time, he instructs his players to go in hard on certain people and he makes his team play in a style that is very disruptive and difficult for the referee and close to the edge. The thing I remember though is that when his Sheffield United team were losing a match and down to 8 men due to sendings off, he had used all his subs and then several of his players went down injured and two had be taken off so that the game was abandoned.

Class? He wouldn't know what that was if he was put in a school in front of 30 pupils.

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SELWolf wrote:
That's two games that Nuno has gone OTT. I don't think it's the way to react tbh.


I can't remember Nuno being escorted to the stands by the Police for shouting to one of his players to "Break his fucking leg" referring to an opposition player like that mad as cheese bastard Warnock.

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Neves because he above all symbolises the incredible difference on the way we play now and in previous years.
the contrast between Burton at home this year and the game of pinball which was Burton away last year was nothing short of unbelievable. If we put together 3 consecutive passes twice in the whole of that game I'd be amazed.
As a team we pass the ball superbly now as we all have seen. It's not just Neves who does that but he is the greatest symbol of that style
Docherty would be my second choice for the improvement the impact of the wing back approach and there's just something very likeable about the guy which makes you want him to do well.


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Cally wrote:
SELWolf wrote:
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Don't think either side did themselves favours with the full time antics.

Very efficient performance, never concerned we would lose so none of the worries for me. Watched it in the pub with an Arsenal mate and was asked to describe our style, said we play like an old fashioned continental side, control it and wait for one of the star players to do something. We didn't disappoint.

That's two games that Nuno has gone OTT. I don't think it's the way to react tbh.


He's behaving exactly how a fan would. Maybe there's an argument to be made about how he should be setting the standard, but I've said before that I don't believe he's trying to be disrespectful. Pulis said he wasn't bothered by it and Warnock only didn't like it because his side threw away two chances to gain a point. I think this handshake business is becoming a storm in a tea cup. At the end of the day, if Warnock wants to demonstrate British 'class and manners' to a foreigner then he should set the example himself. Nuno tried to apologise, but Warnock showed himself up. That's nothing to do with us, that's Warnock demonstrating his true colours.

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True, Cally. There's no doubt in my mind that Warnock lacks "class" given the things he's said and done in the past.

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He's behaving exactly how a fan would. Maybe there's an argument to be made about how he should be setting the standard, but I've said before that I don't believe he's trying to be disrespectful. Pulis said he wasn't bothered by it and Warnock only didn't like it because his side threw away two chances to gain a point. I think this handshake business is becoming a storm in a tea cup. At the end of the day, if Warnock wants to demonstrate British 'class and manners' to a foreigner then he should set the example himself. Nuno tried to apologise, but Warnock showed himself up. That's nothing to do with us, that's Warnock demonstrating his true colours.

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True, Cally. There's no doubt in my mind that Warnock lacks "class" given the things he's said and done in the past.


Personally, I find the man inspiring and a clown at the same time. I read his Wiki file today and some of the antics he has been responsible for over the years made me both laugh and cringe.

To this day, I have no idea whether or not himself and Megson shook hands after the battle of Bramall Lane where Warnock's Blades allegedly, got themselves Red Carded and reduced to 6 players so that the game would be abandoned which it was and it should have been replayed. Megson and Albion refused point blank to replay the game and as far as I remember, Albion claimed the points for the result up until the game was abandoned.

I think Friday was a Tale of Two Cities. Nuno went APE after getting a result with two missed pens during added time and Warnock went ape because he was feeling very angry with everyone at losing the game and used the 'none handshake' thing as his excuse and trying to reclaim some dignity. At least Pulis had the sense to disappear down the tunnel asap, but Warnock had to go on the pitch (alone) to make his statement.

I cannot say who was right and who was wrong, but I understand both sides of the fued. The Derby game will allow us to move on and forget this episode unless Nuno don't shake Rowett's hand as well. :lol:

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I think we have to factor in that these were extraordinary circumstances. I've never seen anything like the end of the Cardiff game, and I doubt Nuno has either. He got caught up in it all and 'forgot' to observe a bit of etiquette. It's such a small indiscretion, it's hardly worth talking about, but the media and Colin himself have blown it up into something that it isn't.

This time next week it'll all be forgotten about a Nuno will return to his God like status after completing stage one of our return to greatness.

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Maybe the biggest pity is that the Championship managers have voted for the best in their midst to be someone who screams "Fck Off" 4 times at a fellow manager - great advert for our game, and the low lifes held up as role models and people of importance.


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He was wrong and a bit of a dick to jump in front of Pulis like he did. I'm glad he apologised for that. But you can't blame him WHATSOEVER for celebrating like he did at Cardiff. 2 missed pens against you in injury time to beat your main rivals and probably seal promotion? I was losing it too! No different to Mourinho running down the touchline that once, which is one example of many.

It's not like he screamed in Warnock's face, he just got carried away and ran to his own players to celebrate. Even then went to find Warnock seconds later. Fuss over nothing. Warnock was just pissed his team had thrown away 2 amazing chances (which is also understandable). What annoyed me more was his the rubbish statements about 'British Football' and talking down to Nuno like he's a moron.


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Anyone want to enjoy the last TEN MINUTES on WM coverage?

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Quotes like this only confirm my suspicions that most managers don't care about Nuno's celebrations. The only people who have complained are people are just looking for an excuse to slag off a manager who is having a bit of success. It's all being blown out of proportion.

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That's two games that Nuno has gone OTT. I don't think it's the way to react tbh.


I can't remember Nuno being escorted to the stands by the Police for shouting to one of his players to "Break his fucking leg" referring to an opposition player like that mad as cheese bastard Warnock.

Passion I can take, thuggish psychotic bollocks I cant


Nuno hasn't sent players on with instructions to get themselves sent off so the match would be abandoned either

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Rowett has simply said what we all know - that Nuno is a 'class act'.

He refrained from saying that Warnock isn't, but the implication was clear!

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I don't see the point of using Colin's antics as a benchmark for what's unacceptable. Society would be in an even sorrier state than it already is if they were.

Nuno needs to control his emotions more and set a better example.

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Whilst waiting at the doctor's surgery this lunchtime, I bumped into Neil Warnock. I asked him what was wrong and he replied that he had four coughs... 8)

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