2013/14 Analysis & Opinion
With Adam Le Fondre Cardiff bound after a three-year stint at the Madejski, one of the natural questions to reflect on is where does he sit among Reading's all-time greats? To answer that we need to establish how we might rank a forward's impact.
Ahead of the crucial home fixture against Leicester, one which will further add more twists and turns to what is probably one of the most topsy-turvy seasons in living memory. So, what will our midfield comprise under the floodlights of the Madejski?
For some reason, the Reading Chronicle today published an astounding article exposing the problem of football hooliganism, and particular amongst reading supporters. No, it's not April Fool's day yet .. Jon Keen (@urzz1871) analyses today's piece.
After the success of our safe standing debate a couple of weeks back, we've decided to try and make debates a semi-regular feature here on the website. Today Wimb & Matt Duncan debate whether reaching the Premier the League is the be all and end all.
We talk so often about key goals in football, and how the second, third or even fourth can be monumental in changing the course of a game. But for Reading, the first of the match seems to be the critical moment in deciding where the points go...
Earlier this season we looked at the ups and downs of our squad over the first 11 games this season, sadly this segment got buried away during the mire of the new year but I thought it was time to reflect on our player's performances since that point
Strong form from Pavel Pogrebnyak and Adam Le Fondre for Reading FC has been another note on their recent improvement. But what has brought this about? Marc Mayo looks at how the pair have played together in their time at the club and gives his view.
Yesterday's 2-0 defeat to Ipswich left the Royals on 41 points from 27 league games this season, still nestled in sixth place in the Championship table. So with just 19 games to go lets look back on previous run-ins to see what we can learn.