Cardiff City and Fulham have been relegated from the Premier League after losing on the penultimate weekend of the season.
Ole Gunner Solskjaer's Bluebirds were defeated 3-0 by Newcastle United while Fulham lost 4-1 at Stoke City, which combined with Sunderland's shock win at Manchester United sees both sides drop to the Championship ahead of next term.
Fulham boss Felix Magath said: "I've never been relegated until today. I feel very sad. I have to apologise for not managing the situation. The club asked me to come - I tried.
"At the end it was better than before but not good enough. Regarding today, the only thing I can imagine there was too much pressure for the players.
"The thing is you can never say any player would like to see relegation, but they didn't fight enough, especially today. It's hard for everybody who likes Fulham. I like it at Fulham, the club and the English way of playing football. I want to build a new team - that was the idea when I came here."
Norwich City will all-but join them in the second tier should they lose to Chelsea on Sunday, with the Canaries possessing a significantly inferior goal difference.