QPR, Leeds United, Sunderland and Sheffield Wednesday rival boss ‘set to resign’

One of the managers currently at QPR's rivals in the Championship is 'on the brink'

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We don't usually have to wait long between drinks to see manager uncertainty in football and the Championship is no different. We may be only six games into the new league season, but there is chaos aplenty happening at one of QPR's second-tier rivals.

Neil Warnock is said to be 'on the brink' of leaving Huddersfield Town, per reports. This is despite the Terries having won their last two league games.

Huddersfield turned to Warnock last season as the club managed the great escape to avoid falling down to League One. The 74-year-old was due to leave the club at the end of the last campaign but signed a one-year deal in June to remain in West Yorkshire.

However, talkSPORT have reported Warnock could quit the club, with the radio broadcaster claiming his relationship with Huddersfield’s hierarchy is at breaking point. Huddersfield host Stoke City on Wednesday, with the report further stating the match is set to be Warnock’s last in charge at the John Smith’s Stadium.

Warnock was asked about his future after the win over Rotherham, and he said: “There’s a press conference on Monday at 1pm, I’m sure you’ll be there. We’ll discuss it then.”