NEIL WARNOCK has finally joined Twitter – and delighted his new followers by recreating one of his most iconic moments.
The football manager announced he would be retiring this summer at the age of 73.
And one of his new hobbies appears to be social media.
After just four hours since joining Twitter, Warnock had over 54,000 followers, but only follows 44 himself.
His first Tweet was a re-enactment clip of THAT moment he fronted up to a TV camera during his time as Cardiff boss.
Wearing a floral shirt and appearing to be in a theatre, Warnock wrote: “Walking in to social media… #sociallife #retirement #twitter.”
He then followed that tweet with another clip explaining what it was all about.
He explains: “So, that was against Palace, the last game at Cardiff, unfortunately when we got relegated.
“The cameraman put his camera right in my face, so I thought ‘I’m not having that’ so I went toward him.
“They accused me of being Liam Gallagher or somebody, but I’ve never even seen him before.
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“So it was just Neil Warnock trying to show the cameraman what to do.”
Warnock won a record eight promotions during his career, taking in 16 clubs as manager.
His most recent promotion came with Cardiff City as he guided them to the Premier League in 2018.
Warnock’s last job was at Middlesbrough where he was sacked in November 2021.
The Yorkshireman also won promotion to the Premier League with QPR in 2011 and with Sheffield United in 2006.