Neil Warnock tries his best to antagonise Daniel Levy

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Dom Le Roy

After watching his Cardiff City side being taken to the cleaners by Tottenham Hotspur, Neil Warnock has once again stooped to his usual low self.

The Cardiff boss spoke after the 3-0 drubbing by Tottenham and claimed that Mauricio Pochettino’s side should be forced by the Premier League to play the remainder of their home matches at Wembley Stadium until the end of the season.

Warnock cited the fact that opposition clubs who are battling against relegation could be handed an advantage if they were to face Spurs at their new stadium as they adjust to their new surroundings.

Cardiff have suffered defeats to Tottenham both at home and away this season and now wants the Premier League to step in and make a decision.

Tottenham are yet to confirm when the new 62,062 seater stadium will officially open after experiencing a series of delays.

The club are hopeful to make a further announcement after receiving a report from contractors which is expected to take place next week.

Warnock told the BBC: “The league should enforce they play at Wembley for the rest of the season,” 

“There shouldn’t be any chance of an advantage for our opponents. It’s not our fault – we should have been playing at the new stadium ourselves.

“I think they should step in now and rather than seven or six weeks, they should make it until the end of the season now and enforce it now.”

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Surely Warnock has better things to worry about, instead of meddling in our business, we have already played them twice and hopefully that will be it for a few years, finishing 17th would be a great season for them, I think after what I saw yesterday that will be beyond them. Huddersfield, Cardiff and Burnley (long ball merchants the lot of them) wont be missed

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