File - The appointment marks Warnock’s second spell at Palace.
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Warnock gives up the quiet life for Crystal PalaceSixteen months after apparently settling for a quiet life with his family in Cornwall, 65-year-old Neil Warnock returned to football management with one of his many former clubs, Crystal Palace, Wednesday.Warnock took QPR into the Premier League in 2011 before being sacked eight months later.In all Warnock has managed 13 clubs, starting in non-League circles almost 35 years ago, and won promotion seven times.Palace have lost their opening two league games since Tony Pulis, who steered the side to an 11th-place finish against the odds last season, left two days before the start of the campaign.In a radio interview Warnock said that he would not have trusted Puncheon to take a penalty that the Palace player missed badly in a defeat by Spurs.
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