Former Sheffield United boss Neil Warnock has told Bramall Lane chiefs to give Chris Morgan the manager’s job in the wake of Nigel Clough’s sacking.
Warnock, the most successful Blades manager of the modern era having led United to the Premier League during his tenure, says he has no interest in going back into that role but would be willing to help Morgan should the former player and current coach make the step up.
Speaking on Alan Brazil’s Sports Breakfast show on Talksport this morning, Warnock said: “Those days [as a manager] are gone now.
“I would like them to give it to Chris Morgan. He has been there or thereabouts, he has taken his coaching badges and he knows the situation.
“If I could help Chris, I would do.”
Warnock has been out of the game since a short spell in charge of Crystal Palace came to an end at Christmas last year.