Leeds boss Neil Warnock believes there is no loyalty to managers in football, but has no regrets about turning down the Chelsea job in the early nineties to remain at Notts County for that very reason.
Ken Bates - the current Leeds chairman - offered Warnock the job in 1991, but after guiding County to the top flight following successive promotions, he decided to stay put. He was sacked two years later.
Leeds face-off against Chelsea on Tuesday night in the quarter-final of the Capital One Cup at Elland Road. "I don't have any regrets really because your life shapes around decisions and I was a northern lad and I thought going beyond Watford was the end of the world in those days," he said.
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