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Reading FC Newsbites - 18/19 April, 2011

Royals News Bites - April 18/19, 2011

A few of the stories about the Royals over the past couple of days, if you're after Leicester match reports then please go here

Khizanishvili: Freshness is helping Reading FC - Get Reading

The Georgian International tells Get Reading's Jonny Fordham that Reading's squad depth has been a big help in our late promotion push, while also giving his thoughts ahead of our trip to Elland Road on Friday.

Jobi - We knew our gameplan - Reading OS 

Jobi McAnuff praises the preparation done by the management and credits their win on Saturday to the manager having done his home work and setting the team up right.

Key week in game of promotion leapfrog - EDP24 

Local paper for East Anglia looks at the race for Automatic promotion, breaking down each teams run in and offering up a few opinions/quotes from the managers including our boss Brian McDermott, well worth a read.

Newcastle competing with West Ham for Long

Nothing really new here, just the same old rumour recycled, this time by The People.

Reading man Kelly leaves (for now?) - The Forgotten Imp

Julian Kelly's back at the club after a three-month spell out on loan at Lincoln, and an Imps fan site offers their opinion on the full-back, speculating about whether he'd return to the club in the summer.

STAR quiz Wednesday evening - Reading OS 

The Supporters Trust are hosting a quiz night tomorrow with proceeds going to the Everyman charity.

Huddersfield Town Boss 'gutted' to lose Reading defender he never played - HuddersfieldExaminer  

After Royals defender was recalled by the club from his loan spell at Huddersfield Lee Clark has said he's gutted to lose the ex Swindon man. Curious comments considering the fact he hadn't played at all since going there and I can see why Brian wants him at the club. Training here and playing practise games with his team mates is going to be better than doing the same at Huddersfield!

Two Royals in team of the week - Reading OS 

Jimmy Kebe was named in the Championship team of the week for his starring role against Leicester, while Marcus Williams - on loan at Scunthorpe, was also selected.