Date: 10th February 2010 at 6:15pm
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Neil Warnock said Swansea City were one of the best sides his team have played this year, after losing 1-0 last night at Selhurst Park.

Shefki Kuqi got the all-important winning goal against his former club after just 14 minutes, which was enough to give us all three points.

Despite his praise on the Swans, Neil Warnock couldn’t help from getting a little dig in there as well against Paulo Sousa. Our manager said Palace should be relegated after going into administration.

“The damage was already done, you write the story and apologise after when you read about it.

“Paulo has got a lot to learn as well. He is a good manager but he should keep his mouth shut when he does not understand the circumstances.

“He should keep his mouth shut until he finds out what has happened.

“If he wanted to know what happened, he could phone me up before he comments.

“Anybody can spout off when you are fourth in the league.

“I didn`t hear him talking too often when he was at QPR.

“There is a time and a place for a manager to say something and that is not in the press, so he should keep things to himself.”


And you’re never one to speak out about things are you Mr Warnock!?

But he did have good things to say about Sousa’s team:

“They are probably the best side we`ve played this year and I thought until the end we could have got a result but the disappointment is not scoring a goal but they don`t concede many.

“I felt we should have had a penalty in the first-half as anywhere else on the pitch it`s a free-kick. We were not going to get many chances so we need decisions like that going for you.

“But I thought the referee was poor. He probably had one of those days that he wished he stopped at home.”