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Neil Warnock


mine to stay the same please
Aug 30, 2005
Former Sheffield United manager Neil Warnock is considering suing West Ham now that the two clubs have concluded their legal dispute over Carlos Tevez.
The Blades agreed a settlement with the Hammers on Monday after claiming compensation for the part Tevez played in keeping the London club up in 2007.
Warnock, whose side went down, told the BBC he would be "seeking legal advice".
He added: "We worked so hard that year. The club was going forward. You do feel bitter without a shadow of a doubt."
BBC Sport understands West Ham have agreed to pay the Blades about £20m in compensation, which will be paid in installments over a five-year period.
And if West Ham are sold within a certain timeframe, a further bond of £5m will be payable to Sheffield United.
Warnock, now boss of Crystal Palace, said he could think about his own position now that the clubs have sorted their issues.
"It's just been a matter of finalising all those details first before you think about your personal losses," he told Radio 5 Live.
Idiot. Should have avoided defeat on the last day of the season then.