Sunderland owner Stewart Donald shows his class, Portsmouth boss highlights weakness plus Charlton's play-off boost: League One winners and losers
Sunderland will meet Portsmouth in the League One play-offs after an eventful final day in the third tier.
The Black Cats suffered their second successive defeat after losing 2-1 at Southend - a result which kept The Shrimpers in the division. We take a closer look at the day's winners and losers, as well as some of the stories you might have missed.
1. First the winners: Lyle Taylor
Taylor and defender Krystian Bielik both missed Charlton's victory over Gillingham last weekend but returned to the side for a 4-0 win over Rochdale. The pair also got on the scoresheet as the Addicks moved up to third.
The Black Cats owner made a stunning offer to Sunderland fans after their bus broke down en route to Southend. "If you struggle message me - The team coach can come and get you if needed," tweeted Donald before the bus restarted.
The Southend striker suffered a fractured nose, cheekbone and eye socket at Accrington in February. Face mask on, Humphrys came off the bench against Sunderland and scored the winner to keep his side in League One.