Leeds United's record under Neil Warnock. Leeds United’s league record under Warnock:
(appointed February 18, 2012): played 44, won 16, drawn 10, lost 18.
United’s League position when he took over: 11th place – played 31, won 13, drawn 6, lost 12.
United’s league position now: 12th place – played 31, won 12, drawn 6, lost 13.
Home record under Warnock (league) – played 22, won 11, drawn 3, lost 8.
Away record under Warnock (league) – played 22, won 5, drawn 7, lost 10.
High points: Capital One Cup victories over visiting top-flight sides Everton and Southampton and an FA Cup fourth-round triumph over Tottenham Hotspur at Elland Road. Win triple against high-flying duo Crystal Palace and Leicester City allied to a derby success at Huddersfield in late autumn/early December.
Low points: 7-3 and 6-1 home hammerings against Nottingham Forest and Watford. Six-match winless streak away from home and return of just three league wins on the road this term. 4-0 FA Cup loss at Manchester City.
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