Champagne on ice for promotion chasing Cardiff City - but it could be opened on Tuesday
Monday 15 April 2013
Cardiff City need only a point against Charlton at home on Tuesday to progress to the top flight for the first time since 1962, but manager Malky Mackay says he will approach the game like any other.
"We'll go out and apply ourselves just like we have in the rest of the season," said McKay. "There's a structure and a process to the way I plan our games and we'll do the exact same thing tomorrow night.
"I suppose it's going to be quite special in terms of there won't be a ticket to be had. The atmosphere here will be fantastic, but we have got a game to play and we have got to play Charlton, who will be a tough game for us."
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