Aberdeen have appointed Neil Warnock as their interim supervisor for the rest of the season.
The 75-year-old takes over from Barry Robson, who was sacked last week after a 12 months in cost with the Dons eighth within the Scottish Premiership.
Warnock shall be in cost for Tuesday’s sport in opposition to Rangers at Ibrox.
He got here out of retirement 12 months in the past and saved Huddersfield City from relegation from the Championship however left the job in September.
His assistant Ronnie Jepson has additionally joined Aberdeen whereas Peter Leven will proceed as first-team coach.
“I am actually trying ahead to the problem,” mentioned Warnock.
“I’ve made no secret of the very fact I’ve all the time wished to handle in Scotland so once I spoke to Dave [Cormack, chairman] and Alan [Burrows, chief executive] they usually requested me to assist out it simply felt like the proper alternative.
“By all accounts there’s a good group of lads right here and it is my job now to get the perfect out of them.
“Aberdeen is a giant membership with clear ambition and I am hoping that in my time right here the supporters will get behind the staff and I can put a smile on their faces.”
Aberdeen say the appointment provides them time to hold out the “deliberate detailed overview of the soccer operation” that started on the finish of 2023 and that they count on to announce their supervisor for 2024-25 by the tip of this season.
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