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EFL legend ‘disappointed’ at Birmingham City, Sheffield Wednesday, Plymouth and Blackburn relegation rival

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Neil Warnock has expressed reservations about Huddersfield Town’s ability to make it through before their relegation play-off match against Birmingham City.

This season, Huddersfield has hired three managers or head coaches, including Warnock. He carried over from the previous season, leading the Terriers to victory, but in September he received a request to resign. Huddersfield had finished their first five games with four points out of a possible fifteen, placing them 21st when Warnock left.

After Sheffield Wednesday’s promotion through the League One play-offs, Moore found himself unemployed, thus Huddersfield decided to bring him on board. Moore was a complete failure, with just three victories out of twenty-three. He left for Port Vale, where he was demoted the following weekend.

In February, Moore’s replacement, German manager André Breitenreiter, was announced; however, it appears that he is powerless to avert relegation. With two games remaining, they are three points outside of safety and in second place from the bottom.

“I’m unhappy to see where Huddersfield are because when I left them in September, I said I’d do a season for them and I believed if I brought them to January, we’d almost be safe by then, and then a new manager could come in,” Warnock stated in an interview with Benjamin Bloom on his YouTube channel.

“It was unsuccessful. They asked me to leave in September, and their choices haven’t been the best ones. In actuality, they’ve turned away.

“I’m unhappy because, in my opinion, the squad is a strong one. Hopefully, they can still wriggle out of it. But it’s going to be really challenging.

On Saturday, April 27, Huddersfield hosts Birmingham City at the John Smith’s Stadium. There are 2,336 tickets that Blues will be giving away for the match, and supporters will get to see something that hasn’t happened since January: a road triumph. Only three of Birmingham’s away games this season have been wins; they came in August, December, and January.

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