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Neil Warnock admits to Rotherham U-turn after confirming exit

Neil Warnock admitted he changed his mind about staying at Rotherham.

The 67-year-old was all set to remain in the Millers hotseat after two weeks of negotiations with chairman Tony Stewart, with the club understood to be preparing an announcement.

However, Warnock had a change of heart and opted to end his stay, meaning the Millers must search for a third manager in seven months.

Meanwhile, Warnock, who takes Kevin Blackwell and Ronnie Jepson with him, is expected to pursue his dream of a record-breaking eighth promotion at another Championship club next term.

“Up until a couple of days ago I thought I was staying," he said. "I've been in talks with two or three others clubs, and Tony (Stewart) knows about that.

"There will probably be more interest now the Rotherham decision is made.

"Leaving this club is one of the hardest decisions I've ever had to make. I love everything about it - the chairman, the people, the fans, the family feel.

"I understand the chairman's need for a quick decision and the time is right for both parties to go their separate ways. There'll always be the memory of what we achieved together.

"Had I stayed, I think it would have been for the wrong reasons really. Up until a couple of days ago I thought I was staying.

"Rotherham is a project, and I want only one more year, they need someone to come in for two or three years, build things up bit by bit, consolidate their place in the Championship and then look to go on from there."

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