Warnock willing to walk away from Leeds

Leeds United boss Neil Warnock is prepared to walk away after their FA Cup defeat to Manchester City.

Warnock is coming under increasing pressure from the fans to quit having failed to mastermind a promotion challenge, and cries of 'Warnock - time to go' were the printable catcalls aimed at him from the away end.

His contract is up at the end of the season and he has told owners GFH Capital he will not be staying on next season, while he today claimed he would leave earlier if he was asked.

"I don't deserve that (abuse) after the year I have had, but I am unlucky to have been at three clubs with three takeovers,” he said, referencing previous spells with Crystal Palace and QPR.

"I understand their feelings and the noise they make shows what sort of club it is. "If we go up, the owners know I won't be here and the further away we get (from promotion) the club will be looking to see what they're going to do and, if I can, I will help them."

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