NEIL WARNOCK, who managed Sheffield United into the Premier League (2006) and Town into the Championship (1995), says predicting tomorrow’s play-off final result is like tossing a coin.
The Leeds boss will discover which of his former clubs he will face next season via television and said: “I honestly believe the result is up in the air.
”“I watched York win promotion in the Conference play-off final with an offside goal and it really could come down to who is the luckiest on the day.”
The Blades boss between 1999-2007 added: “Everyone knows my links with Sheffield United but I did enjoy my time at Huddersfield (1993-95) massively.
“They are a smashing club and I like what Dean Hoyle (Town’s chairman) is doing. He has invested a lot of money and built an excellent squad.”
98: The number of previous meetings between the pair in both league and various cups. Town have won 38 of the clashes and United 26.
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The 34-year-old former Wednesdayite, who has also played for York, Preston and Leeds has 139 career goals.