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Cardiff City fans are celebrating the club winning promotion to the Premier League.
The Championship leaders needed just a draw at home to Charlton to secure top level football next season.
It came exactly 53 years to the day Cardiff last won promotion to football's top tier but a first since the Premier League came into being.
First Minister Carwyn Jones said promotion was fantastic news for Cardiff City and for Welsh football.
"The club and its supporters have been through some testing times in recent years but this season Malky and the team have done a great job of keeping their heads and getting results and with this promotion. They have made the city truly proud," said Mr Jones.
"This achievement will place Cardiff on the world stage, with visiting supporters bringing vast economic benefits to the city
Who Am I?
Malcolm George "Malky" Mackay (born 19 February 1972) is a Scottish football manager and former player, who played as a defender. He is currently the manager of Cardiff City. Mackay began his playing career in Scottish football, with Queen's Park and Celtic. He joined English side Norwich City in 1998, remaining there for six years. Between 2003 and 2006, he achieved consecutive promotions to the Premier League with Norwich, West Ham and finally Watford. He played for Watford in the Premier League, and after retiring as a player in 2008, reached the position of full-time manager in June 2009. He was appointed manager of Cardiff City in June 2011. Mackay won five caps for Scotland towards the end of his playing career.