Cardiff boss Warnock: Premier League will be different this time

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"This year has been fantastic with the national team qualifying for the Asian Cup for the first time and now promotion to the Premier League".

Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan has revealed that he wants to "follow the formula" that Burnley have used in the Premier League.

After the final whistle, Warnock described guiding the club to promotion as "the biggest achievement in my 38-year career by an absolute mile".

Cardiff's Neil Warnock says the reason his side were able to gain promotion to the Premier League was due to his grandson. We have got to enjoy it. "It's an wonderful feeling for a manager to know that you brought that together". Barnsley subsequently sacked their manager Jose Morais.

"He has been a integral part of Cardiff City's success this season".

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"I sold my house, I sold my cars and I was about a week away from going to the Philippines", said Etheridge, who was born in London and is set to become the first Filipino to play in the Premier League.

Tan and the fan base were also at odds over the Malaysian businessman's insistence to change Cardiff's colours from blue to red, a decision which was reversed in January 2015.

"When you see things happening like with Sir Alex [Ferguson] - and we wish him well - you just have to grab every minute at my age", Warnock said. I was close to the goalkeeping coach there, so I just trained as hard as I could and waited. "We won't be doing anything to wreck what we have here". That result ended Fulham's 23-match unbeaten run in the Championship and forced them to settle for a play-off spot, along with Aston Villa, Middlesbrough and Derby County.

Barnsley are now out of the drop zone on goal difference, so Burton must better Barnsley's result to stay up.

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