Date: 21st February 2010 at 10:07am
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Neil Warnock was left to rue missed chances as his Crystal Palace side were beaten 1-0 by Coventry City on Saturday, in what looks to have been his last home game in charge of the Eagles.

David Bell’s excellent late winner keeps the Sky Blues in with a shout of making the top-six while for Palace, their 10-point penalty deduction means a relegation fight is now on the cards.

Warnock may not be around for that however if reports that he is set to accept the challenge of reviving Queens Park Rangers are true.

Asked about the move on Saturday he was unusually reticent, saying: ‘I don’t even want to mention it, I’m sorry.

‘No comment – so you can make a story out of that. I won’t be talking about that tonight.’

On the game itself Warnock was left frustrated, commenting: ‘How we didn’t score a goal I’ll never know.’