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Leeds United labelled as MUPPETS by Sheffield United chief as Norwich star reveals interesting inspiration behind Blackburn win - Championship winners and losers

Norwich City and Sheffield United confirmed their place in next season's Premier League while Rotherham United fell short of survival.

Here, we round-up the winners and losers from another entertaining and action packed weekend in the second tier. Scroll down and click through the pages to see who shone and struggled in Championship this weekend...

Nigel Adkins oversaw Hull City's comeback from 2-0 down at the Liberty Stadium   and he revealed after the game talks over a new contract will continue into next week after meeting with owners Assem and Ehab Allam.

1. W: Hull City

Nigel Adkins oversaw Hull City's comeback from 2-0 down at the Liberty Stadium and he revealed after the game talks over a new contract will continue into next week after meeting with owners Assem and Ehab Allam.
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Sadly, its been a shambolic season for Bolton off the pitch where the players have been left unpaid several times. Enough is enough was the message as they went on the strike  seeing the game with Brentford postponed.

2. W: Bolton Wanderers

Sadly, its been a shambolic season for Bolton off the pitch where the players have been left unpaid several times. Enough is enough was the message as they went on the strike seeing the game with Brentford postponed.
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Ultimately, the Millers relegation to League One makes them losers this weekend, however its hard not to feel sorry for Paul Warne, who broke down in tears when talking about his players after defeat at West Brom.

3. L: Rotherham United

Ultimately, the Millers relegation to League One makes them losers this weekend, however its hard not to feel sorry for Paul Warne, who broke down in tears when talking about his players after defeat at West Brom.
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With just a handful of appearances under his belt, youngster Antoine Semenyo was shown red in Bristol Citys damning 2-0 defeat to playoff rivals Derby. Its fair to say Robins boss Lee Johnson wasnt happy with referee Bond.

4. L: Darren Bond

With just a handful of appearances under his belt, youngster Antoine Semenyo was shown red in Bristol Citys damning 2-0 defeat to playoff rivals Derby. Its fair to say Robins boss Lee Johnson wasnt happy with referee Bond.
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