Neil Warnock saw his wish come true in his final match as Huddersfield manager after a sweet rendition from the away fans.
Warnock bowed out as Huddersfield boss on Wednesday night with a 2-2 draw against Stoke at the John Smith's Stadium.
The home fans gave him a fine send-off by staying behind after the match had finished to give him a rousing applause.
But while Warnock might have enjoyed that, he probably preferred his treatment from the away fans.
That is because during the match, a rousing rendition of «Neil Warnock, you're a w*****, you're a w*****» could be heard from the South Stand.
And the 74-year-old coach could be seen giving the away fans a wave, to further jeers, before pumping his arms in celebration.
That might be because he once remarked how that is how he wanted to go out, saying: «I don't want a minute's silence when I die. I'd like a full minute of chanting „Warnock is a w******.”
Thankfully, the Stoke fans obliged the legendary manager's wishes by giving him the send-off he has always dreamed of.
But it might have been better had Huddersfield claimed all three points in an entertaining 2-2 draw.
Nevertheless, the Terriers will fondly remember Warnock's six-month reign at the club, his second stint in his career, after coming out of retirement to keep them in the Championship.
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