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Aberdeen appoints Neil Warnock as interim manager amidst ambitious plans

Posted : 05 February 2024

Aberdeen has appointed Neil Warnock as their interim manager following the dismissal of Barry Robson. The 75-year-old will oversee the team until the end of the season, with the club aiming to appoint a new permanent manager for the 2024-25 campaign.


Warnock, who expressed his excitement about the challenge and the club's clear ambition, will lead the team in their upcoming league game against Rangers. The appointment allows Aberdeen to conduct a thorough review of the football operation, including benchmarking against successful European teams.


Neil Warnock, known for his extensive managerial experience in English football, previously guided Huddersfield Town to safety in the Championship after coming out of retirement. The Yorkshireman, who left Huddersfield last September, has managed 15 clubs and achieved eight promotions in his illustrious career.


Warnock's desire to manage in Scotland aligns with Aberdeen's vision, and he aims to bring out the best in the team during his tenure. The club emphasizes the importance of the interim appointment in providing time for a detailed football operation review initiated at the end of 2023.


Aberdeen's chairman, Dave Cormack, highlighted the significance of benchmarking the club against successful European counterparts as part of their comprehensive review. With Warnock at the helm, assisted by Ronnie Jepson and coach Peter Leven, the Dons aim to engage their supporters and achieve positive results.


The interim manager is eager to make a positive impact and bring smiles to the faces of the Aberdeen faithful while overseeing the team's performance in the Scottish Premiership.


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