Philippine Azkals goalkeeper Neil Etheridge pulled off another major accomplishment after helping Cardiff City secure promotion to next season's English Premier League despite a scoreless draw against Reading in the final matchday of the Championship season.
Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock is relishing his return to the Premier League after finishing second in the championship.
Fulham are in third and only one point behind Cardiff - as such the Welsh side will know that anything other than victory could condemn the club to the lottery of the playoffs.
The 69-year-old's previous three spells in the Premier League all ended in the sack - at Crystal Palace, Sheffield United and QPR - and he told talkSPORT back in November that he hated managing in the top-flight.
Jubilant scenes filled the Cardiff City Stadium as referee Bobby Madley blew his full time whistle, involving a pitch invasion that saw owner Vincet Tan hoisted in the air. They achieved promotion the year before by winning the EFL.
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Despite working with modest means, the veteran manager signed resourcefully to assemble a group of players in whom he instilled a tireless work ethic and bloody-minded will to win.
"It's been a wonderful 24 hours for me and the family", Warnock said. "I didn't think we would get in the play-offs let alone the Premier League".
"There are not many words you can say really".
An England schoolboy and Philippines global, due to his mother, he nearly gave up on the dream four years... Burton Albion were also consigned to League One following a 2-1 loss to Preston, who finish just outside the top six.