Promotion-winning former Huddersfield Town boss Neil Warnock will relive his time at the club back in the 1990s when he brings his live show to Huddersfield Town Hall.

The recently-retired football manager is touring the country talking about his unique and astonishing career to a live audience.

Warnock, now 73, has managed 16 clubs and achieved eight promotions and has hundreds of stories to tell.

After guiding the Terriers to the final of the Football League Trophy at Wembley in his first full season in charge in 1994, Warnock led his team to promotion via the play-offs the following year.

Warnock, who insists he’s now retired from management, is going on a speaking tour for the first time.

The tour is called Neil Warnock – Are You With Me? and it comes to Huddersfield Town Hall on Friday September 23.

The promoters say it’ll be “no holds barred” with stories to make the audience laugh, cry, gasp and laugh again.

Warnock will be looking back on his successful and enjoyable time with Huddersfield Town which included Wembley visits and the moulding of a Town legend, namely a young striker by the name of Andrew Booth.

There could be a couple of surprise guests who will look back on Town’s Warnock years which saw the last season at the old Leeds Road ground and the first at the brand new McAlpine Stadium.

The audience will watch footage of some of the highlights and lowlights of Warnock’s remarkable 40-year management career on a large interactive screen.

Speaking to HTTV last year Warnock recalled his time at Town and said: “Getting promotion was the stand-out memory. It was a fabulous time.

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“When I went there it was the last season of the old stadium and I managed to get them to a cup final at Wembley. We lost on penalties if I remember correctly, but it just got everyone in the town behind us again.

“Then the following season, to go into the new stadium and win promotion, it was fantastic. I think we only finished sixth on the last day of the season to get into the play-offs but I always say you don’t want to play my teams in the play-offs.

“We got promotion at Wembley which was a fabulous day. But I fell out with the chairman and left a few days later.”

Tickets cost £34.50 each when booked through Kirklees Town Halls HERE. There’s also a ‘meet and greet’ available costing £67.75 which can be booked HERE.