Leeds United boss hints at big player problem, Middlesbrough sends message to Derby as Rotherham chief breaks down in tears - 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.

Monday, 29th April 2019, 10:34 am
Updated Monday, 29th April 2019, 10:40 am
Leeds United defender Pontus Jansson

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.
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.
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.
After Boros 2-1 win over Reading allowed them to keep close tabs on Derby in the race for sixth, Tony Pulis insists the pressure is on Frank Lampards side as they complete their final two fixtures this week.
Although the Owls fought back from 3-1 down to earn a point at Preston their slim playoff hopes ended. Steve Bruce admitted after the game he could use next weeks finale with QPR to assess outcast Joe Wildsmith.
The Canaries finally secured their Premier League return in a 2-1 win over Blackburn and goalkeeper Tim Krul revealed how boss Daniel Farke losing his head in training on Friday propelled them to their first victory in four.
Bamford was told that he should feel ashamed by Sky Sports commentator Don Goodman after an incident led to Anwar El Ghazi being controversially sent off.
Despite praising Bielsa for his sportsmanship, Wilder said on Sunday: Weve got muppets from Leeds talking about the pressures on us. Its fair to say Leeds fans weren't unimpressed
You have probably seen THAT incident so well leave this one up to you. Anyhow, Marcelo Bielsa has hinted at punishment for Pontus Jansson after diminishing his authority by initially trying to prevent Albert Adomah.