Amy Turner’s first-half own goal was the difference in Sunday’s early WSL kick-off.
Qualification for the next round was already gone for Canada, but Junior Hoilett got 76 minutes of game time in a 2-1 defeat to Morocco.
Sim examines what a Steve Coppell, Jaap Stam or Jose Gomes 2022/23 Reading side might look like.
We’re after Reading fans keen on getting involved with the Royals’ number one website.
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More game time for Hoilett at the World Cup, this time off the bench.
The Royals enjoyed a comfortable win on the south coast thanks to goals from Sanne Troelsgaard, Lauren Wade and Justine Vanhaevermaet.
Reading wingback Hoilett got his first taste of World Cup action in Canada's narrow loss to Belgium.
Olly and Ben sit down with the Reading centre-back to discuss all things mental health, inside and outside of football.
Some of TTE’s finest minds got together (virtually) to unpack the first half of the 2022/23 season.
Ben and Marco talk over a late, late win at Hull
Not great, not terrible, but Reading are well on track to achieve this season’s objective and stay in the division.
How the Loyal Royals reacted to a last-minute win at Hull.
Bobbins takes a deeper look at a big result on the road for the Royals.
Ince’s full thoughts on Saturday’s trip to Hull City, which looked to be heading for a 1-1 draw until a 94th-minute own goal handed Reading the points.
Besides following England’s fortunes in Qatar, Reading fans could have another four Royals players to watch in action.
The gaffer took positives from a 2-0 defeat at Vicarage Road, but criticised "individual mistakes and ill-discipline".