February 11, 2016 by Shane Ireland
By Shane Ireland
Birmingham City travel to the New York Stadium to face Rotherham United on Saturday, and the Millers will have a new manager in place for the match.
Neil Warnock has been appointed as boss until the end of the season after they sacked Neil Redfearn – the shortest-serving boss in the club’s history – on Monday.
67-year-old Warnock has been without a job since leaving his role as temporary manager at Queens Park Rangers in December.
The former Sheffield United once boss played for Rotherham, who are 22nd in the Championship after losing eight of their last 12 matches.
Here’s hoping Warnock’s return to Rotherham doesn’t go quite as planned…