Warnock was asked if Brexit would make things harder for English clubs to sign players from overseas in the January transfer window, and not only did he say the UK's departure from the European Union would be better "football-wise", but stated that he "couldn't wait to get out" and "to hell with the rest of the world". Warnock has said that as the country comes to know about their doing, it is going to be straightforward.
The 70-year-old Yorkshireman added the parting shot: "To hell with the rest of the world" as he sat in front of a Visit Malaysia advertising board.
Cardiff City have distanced themselves from manager Neil Warnock's controversial Brexit comments following Saturday's 0-0 draw with Huddersfield Town. A transfer window is quite hard and not only this one.
"They had a referendum and now we see politicians and everyone else trying to put their foot in it".More news: ERC Reduces the Price of Petrol and Other Petroleum Products
"Why did we have a referendum in the first place?"
"I can't wait to get out of it, if I'm honest". We'll be far better out of the bloody thing.
"To hell with the rest of the world".
Cardiff are owned by the Malaysian businessman Vincent Tan, and the club's chief executive Ken Choo is also from that country, while the chairman Mehmet Dalman was born in Cyprus.More news: All-New 2020 Ford Explorer ST Is Ford's Most Powerful SUV Ever
During the post-match press conference, Warnock dismissed suggestions that Brexit could hinder Premier League clubs from signing players from overseas before launching into an impassioned speech about the Government's handling of the issue, saying that should do what the country want them to.
"When you look at the game, we quite easily could have lost, but if you can't win, you've got a point and you're better off having a point than nothing".
Ahead of the United Kingdom's scheduled departure from the European Union at the end of March, Warnock says that he can't understand how Theresa May's conservative government have so far failed to negotiate an exit from the EU which satisfies each side. "That's the job we're in at the minute".More news: Concept This Is Cadillac's New Electric Crossover