Can you name all 16 clubs that Neil Warnock has managed?

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Notts County manager Neil Warnock enjoys some sandwiches. 1991.

Neil Warnock has been around for a long time and achieved a lot in the game – but can you remember all 16 clubs he’s managed since first sitting in the dugout in 1981?

With eight promotions and 1,603 games as a manager in the English Football League, Warnock is a double record holder, and over the years he’s made plenty of friends, a few enemies and provided us with a fair few bizarre moments.

“I can’t ever see 1,603 games being beaten. I used to aim to build a club in about three to four years, whereas now you get about three to four weeks to turn things around,” Warnock told Planet Radio after eventually retiring.

“There’s a lot more pressure on managers now, but I’ve enjoyed my time; I’ve made a few people laugh, I’ve made a few people happy and a few people vitriol.

“To get a good Chairman is worth its weight in gold really. If you look at the success I’ve had over the years, most of it has been when there’s a really good chairman in place.

“I just hope now being 73 years old that I can have good health and happiness, that’s all you can wish for really.

“I’ve been blessed with good people around me, my family’s very good. I’m looking forward to relaxing and doing some of my hobbies like fishing and riding my electric bike.”

What we want you to do here is name every single club he’s managed since starting out. There are 16 to get, and he’s had two stints at two of them.

The score to beat from the office is 14/18.

Once you’ve taken on this challenging quiz, why not have a go at naming every club Peter Crouch has played for?

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