Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock says he did not consider Wigan Athletic to be a “threat” once they appointed Warren Joyce as manager in November.
Former Manchester United Under-21 boss Joyce was sacked on Monday after only four months in charge of the Latics.
Warnock’s side are currently 13th in the Championship but were a point above the drop zone, and Wigan, in 21st when Joyce took charge.
“No disrespect but when Wigan appointed him, I was delighted,” Warnock said.
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