Reading FC's hopes of playing in the top flight were dashed yesterday after their defeat at Wembley.
The Royals have missed out on promotion to the Premier League, which is worth £170 million.
More than 30,000 fans travelled to the match full of hope but after a goalless 120 minutes Reading lost 4-3 on penalties.
It is not the first time the Royals have lost in the Championship play-off final.
As Andrew Pate reports.
Andrew spoke to Captain of Reading FC, Chris Gunter and Co-Chairman of the club Sir John Madejski.
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AFC Bournemouth have their continued Barclays Premier League preparations with the season long loan signing of Christian Atsu from Chelsea, subject to Premier League approval.
The Ghana international, who signed for the Blues in September 2013, operates as a winger, although he can also play as an attacking midfielder.
Since joining the Premier League champions, Atsu has gained experience out on loan with Everton and Vitesse.
Collecting almost 40 caps for his country since his debut in 2012, he has played in the 2014 World Cup and was selected for two Africa Cup of Nations tournaments for Ghana.
The midfielder started his professional career in Portugal with Porto, where he was coached by former Chelsea and Tottenham manager Andre Villas Boas.
He continued his development with Rio Ave as he won the club’s player of the season award and attracted the attention of Chelsea.
The London side paid a reported fee of £3.5million for Atsu and offered him a five-year contract, with the chance to impress with Vitesse in the Eredivisie.
On his return to England 12 months ago, he agreed a loan deal to play under Roberto Martinez for Everton in the Premier League and Europa League.
Departing for international duty at the Africa Cup of Nation in January, Atsu was named the player of the tournament following a number of impressive performances.
The 23-year-old will be available to feature for the Cherries in the league, but unable to face his parent club in fixtures at the Goldsands Stadium and Stamford Bridge.
Southampton remain in the hunt for a Champions League place after a 1-1 draw at Chelsea.
Dusan Tadic equalized from the penalty spot after Diego Costa gave Chelsea the lead at Stamford Bridge.
The result has moved Southampton up to sixth position in the Premier League, three points behind fourth place Manchester United who play later against Tottenham Hotspur.
Southampton are third in the Premier League after a late winner at Queens Park Rangers.
Sadio Mane fired a powerful shot into the top corner in the 93rd-minute in a 1-0 win at Loftus Road.
The result means Ronald Koeman's side remain in the Champions League qualifying position, despite last week's disappointing home defeat against Swansea.
It's being reported that Sunderland’s players will look to reimburse the 2,456 supporters who travelled to Southampton to watch them get thrashed 8-0
Sunderland goalkeeper Vito Mannone said he would ask his team-mates to agree to the gesture.
According to The Chronicle Mannone thinks the team owes the fans.
He said: “We should do it because we didn’t put our foot (down), we didn’t work hard."