Leeds searching for new manager as Warnock exits
Fallen English power Leeds is searching for a new manager after
Neil Warnock left with six matches of the season remaining.
Hopes of a return to the Premier League were rocked by a 2-1
loss to Derby on Monday that left the second-tier club eight points
adrift of the playoff places.
Warnock was in charge for less than 14 months, and his future
had been in doubt since Bahraini-bank investment bank GFH Capital
bought Leeds in December.
Leeds says Warnock was due to leave at the end of the season and
a short-list for his successor has already been prepared.
Leeds won the Premier League title in 1992 and reached the 2001
Champions League semifinals, but dropped out of the top flight in
2004 after a financial meltdown.