Video: Birmingham Avoid the Drop, Manager Lee Clark Celebrates in Epic Fashion

Sean Swaby@seanswabyUK Staff WriterMay 3, 2014

Birmingham City made a late comeback at Bolton today to miraculously avoid dropping to the third division just three years after winning the league cup. 

Not surprisingly, manager Lee Clark was quite ecstatic that his team managed to stay up on a wild final day in the Championship. 

And here is the bottom of the @SkyBetChamp. Elation for Birmingham, agony for Doncaster. http://t.co/dnbukLWXKB #FL72 pic.twitter.com/5ZHhsqK2pW

— Football League (@SkySportsFL) May 3, 2014

Of course, there was movement at the top, too...and not all of it was of the celebratory variety. 

Reading just missed out on a play-off spot, and misery followed. 

 

Reading miss out on Championship playoff spot by just one point. Here's the reaction from one young Reading fan https://t.co/MSA193QhHf #REA

— World Soccer Talk (@worldsoccertalk) May 3, 2014

 

 

What a day in the Championship! Here is the how the top half of the table finished. http://t.co/dnbukLWXKB #FL72 pic.twitter.com/zRZoqZsijq

— Football League (@SkySportsFL) May 3, 2014

 

Leicester had already wrapped up the Championship, but it didn't stop the party on the final day. 

 

Leicester şampiyonluğu kutluyor pic.twitter.com/1BEqM8f338

— Tribun Dergi (@tribundergi) May 3, 2014

 

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