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Neil Warnock rates breaking Celtic and Rangers dominance 'possible' as Aberdeen boss reveals what it would take

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Neil Warnock firmly believes clubs of Aberdeen's stature have what it takes to eventually compete at the top level with Celtic and Rangers with the right collective approach across the board.The veteran manager, who began his coaching career in 1980, took charge of the Reds last week on an interim basis until the end of the season, following the sacking of Barry Robson last month.

Less than 48 hours after taking up the reins at Pittodrie, Warnock was in the dugout as Aberdeen suffered a narrow 2-1 loss to Rangers at Ibrox, conceding two goals that the former English Premier League gaffer later admitted where avoidable.Days before his arrival, Warnock watched on as the Dons, picked up a deserved point in a spirited 1-1 draw at home to Celtic.

Aberdeen have endured a torrid first half of the season and currently find themselves 23 points adrift of third-placed Hearts, but Warnock, who has three Premier League promotions on his CV, is of the opinion that the leading clubs in Scotland outside of the Old Firm can bridge the gap on the top two over time.Speaking to the media ahead of Wednesday's league clash with Motherwell, he said: "I think it is possible to break into the big-timers, but I think it would take anybody time to do that.

Having been here for two or three games now, I can see that some of the players under me are relishing the challenge up here.

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