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Neil Warnock opts against Rotherham stay

Neil Warnock has opted against staying on at Rotherham next season.

The 67-year-old has been in negotiations with the Millers over the last fortnight over a potential new deal which would have kept him at New York Stadium for the 2016-17 campaign.

Talks had been going well, with the club thought to be preparing to make an announcement, but Warnock has since had a U-turn and will have his final swansong of a successful managerial career at another club.

A club statement read: "Following lengthy and protracted discussions over the past two weeks, Rotherham United can confirm that Neil Warnock will not be the manager of the club going forward. 

"We would like to place on record our thanks to Neil and his support staff for the 16 games that they led the team at the end of the 2015-2016 campaign, and wish Neil, Kevin (Blackwell) and Ronnie (Jepson) health and happiness for the future.

"We will be looking to release details of a new managerial appointment in due course."

Warnock leaves as the club's shortest-serving manager of all time, with just 16 games to his name, but still has a place in club folklore after pulling off the great escape, guiding the club to Sky Bet Championship safety when the relegation seemed a certainty.

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