Wishful Thinking From Warnock?
Leeds manager Neil Warnock admits he would not swap jobs with Roberto Mancini.
Neil Warnock: "I don't think I'd be able to cope. I only had six months with the current type of Premier League players and I didn't enjoy that at all.
"I wouldn't like to have two teams where you've got 11 or 12 not in the team to deal with, who are world class players, who all think they should be in the team, who all their agents think they should be in the team. Good luck to them.
"I don't envy that at all. It's fabulous to have a team like that, but I don't envy the off-the-field things that you get.
"It's a major problem at the top clubs I think. I'd love to go up with Leeds, with a genuine bunch of lads, like we did at QPR - most of them are back in the team now - it's great to go up with a team like that.
"I think people like Mancini, and I'm not being disrespectful to him, need the financial support they've got.
"Like Mourinho. I don't think they could manage at Leeds in the current climate, or anywhere else other than top level, that's the way they are."
Source: Manchester City MAD
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