Norwich City’s Scottish defender Russell Martin raises the trophy during the official presentation after they won the English Championship playoff final. AFP PHOTO / GLYN KIRK
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Neil, 33, who is set to be the only Scottish manager in the English top flight next season, steered the humble Canaries to a 2-0 win over Middlesbrough at Wembley Stadium Monday.The rugged Scot has little time to enjoy the achievement, however, with meetings scheduled to discuss reinforcements for the task ahead before he takes a well-earned holiday.Having secured a promotion that will bring riches of at least 120 million pounds ($185.62 million) from ticket sales, TV rights, prize money and sponsorship, The Scot has money to spend.Having brought success to the club co-owned by celebrity cook Delia Smith, after replacing Neil Adams in January, Neil knows he has raised the bar and that brings its own pressure.
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