NEIL Warnock has confirmed he is still looking for another member to come in and join his backroom staff following Ronnie Jepson's arrival. The 65-year-old worked with the former striker previously at Leeds United, while Kevin Blackwell has also been brought in to work in a similar capacity to what Gerry Francis did under Tony Pulis. Warnock and Blackwell have a long history of working together, and the latter is watching from afar to give a few pointers to the Palace boss. Blackwell has managed Leeds United, Luton Town, Sheffield United and Bury in his career so far. "Kevin's just helping me on a matchday, that's all," said Warnock. "He's looking on up in the stands. "With Ronnie, we're a bit short on staff really and I'm still looking for the right person. "It's a matter of trying to increase the numbers we've got."
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