Neil Etheridge hopes that with his experience he could take his new club Birmingham City to Premier League promotion, similar to what happened at Cardiff City. The Filipino-English keeper recently signed a 4-year deal with Birmingham after spending 3 seasons with the Bluebirds. Etheridge said he was looking forward to boosting Birmingham, as well, something he did with the Philippines national men's team.
Cardiff City FC is extremely proud to have been awarded Family Excellence Gold Award status for 2019/20, reflecting the Club’s continued commitment to attracting and engaging families and young fans at CCS. During what became an unprecedented season for EFL football, the scheme recognises that family engagement continued to thrive in 2019/20, despite supporters being unable to attend live fixtures for the final part of the campaign.
The 5-0 win over Wycombe was his 75th win and matched the win at Sheffield Wednesday in January when Rovers also ran in five unanswered goals. Included in the Wycombe line-up were Academy graduates Joe Rankin-Costello and Darragh Lenihan, with Scott Wharton, Ryan Nyambe and John Buckley all listed among the substitutes. Lewis Travis, currently out injured, is one of 12 Academy graduates to have been handed their debuts by Mowbray, a list which includes Andrew Fisher, Matty Platt, Tyler Magloire, Joe Grayson, Hayden Carter, Jack Doyle, Stefan Mols, Dan Butterworth and Jack Vale, as well as Rankin-Costello and Buckley.
|Promotion (League Winners): Reading|
|Promotion (League Position): Bristol City|
|Promotion (Play Off): Luton Town, Bournemouth, Norwich City, Birmingham City|
|Relegation (League Position): Nottingham Forest, Wycombe Wanderers, Sheffield Wednesday|