Neil Warnock's stay in Aberdeen was short-lived. 

A little over 30 days to be accurate. 

But that hasn't put the 75-year-old off continuing his prolonged management career in football, as the veteran admitted he would've joined Plymouth Argyle had they asked him.

The Englishman was touted for the position at the Championship strugglers as they aim to stave of relegation in the season run-in.

Kevin Nancekivell and Neil Dewsnip have been placed in temporary charge until the end of the season at the south coast club following Ian Foster's sacking.

And while his disaster at Aberdeen may have been enough to put him off the game, Warnock insists he'd have jumped at the chance to get back involved so soon after leaving the north east.

He told BBC Radio Devon: "I would have done it if they'd have asked me, but they haven't they've gone that way.

"They've got some really good players. I've seen enough of the players this year, (Morgan) Whittaker especially, to know that they've got enough to stay up.

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"I know the other teams down at the bottom end, and they're more than capable of staying up.

"You've got to eliminate the little errors for goals and rely on the players that you've got. I love the club so I just want them to do well and I'll be going to some of the games and hoping that they can get the results. It's a fabulous club, anything to help them out. That is my club. I will be going to some of these games."

John Beaton has been named as the referee for this Sunday's match between Rangers and Celtic.

The Scottish FA official will be assisted by Daniel McFarlane and Dougie Potter who will run the line at Ibrox.

William Collum has been chosen as the fourth official for the powderkeg title clash.