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Topic - Neil Warnock
The material sat in a Florida storage facility for many years, apparently forgotten, until the storage company finally sold it off in bulk because payments had not been made.
The video is painful to watch, an artistic train wreck for all to see. The question is what Amy Winehouse is going to do next.
Look out, America. Britain's guilty pleasure, the cheesy "X Factor" TV show, is crossing the pond.
"He wrote some of the best pop songs of all time," said Neil Warnock, chief executive of The Agency Group Worldwide, a leading concert organizer.
"It is not a discussion chairman Tony Fernandes and I have had," QPR manager Neil Warnock said.