The Seventy Two’s official 2011 calendar: Neil Warnock’s gradual descent into apoplexy

Like him or loathe him, Neil Warnock is a character. And a man of many, many facial expressions. If all goes to plan for Warnock and Queen’s Park Rangers, 2011 – which starts with the Hoops top of the pile – may end with the Football League Warnock-less. I, for one, would miss the bloke…

The Seventy Two
The Seventy Two published an outstanding series of articles about the Football League between 2010-12 and was the brainchild of Leicester City fan, David Bevan. As well as collaborating with The Two Unfortunates on the Football League Blog Network and a mammoth 2011-12 season preview, the site featured a host of leading bloggers and David was rewarded with a nomination in the 2011 Football Supporters’ Federation awards. Latterly, he was joined as co-editor by Joe Harrison and TTU is happy to present this archive of the site’s output.

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  1. The Football League in 2011 – A review of the 72: Part 1 of 2 » The Seventy Two
    December 30, 2011

    […] year began in slightly odd fashion with an official calendar charting Neil Warnock’s gradual descent into apoplexy. Whatever your opinion of Warnock, the Football League is a vastly different landscape without him. […]


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