Hi. Sorry to you loyal folks who sit at home every Wednesday, waiting for Tweets of the Week to drop... *tumbleweed*
Ahem. Let's get cracking.
Let's start with a photo of under pressure (right?) manager Nigel Adkins and a quite magnificent mustache.
Oh, Royston. Look what you've done.
After the Rotherham game, the Royals got a compliment so of course everyone jumped on it.
It wasn't so long ago fans were feeling positive.
3 quality goals tonight. All the team wanted to defend, it was a bit headless at times but the desire was back. #readingfc— Radio210 (@Royaltypoints) November 4, 2014
Tonight Anton Ferdinand & Stephen Kelly proved what a massive difference mature & experienced defenders can make to our team. #readingfc— Andy Charman (@AndyRFCCharman) November 4, 2014
I'll be gutted if we don't sign Murray permanently now. Very clever player; uses his brain. Movement and hold-up play exceptional #readingfc— Jacob South Klein (@JacobSouthKlein) November 4, 2014
Adam Federici: Health and Safety Officer.
Who ever was shinning a laser in my eyes in the second half ,it's dangerous and very off putting to play with ! Please don't bring it again— adam federici (@federici32) November 4, 2014
Mackie lost his grandmother. RIP.
Speaking of losses, Reading remembered the fallen.
Joe Dickenson - Our 1st casualty of war just 9 months in. Killed by shelling whilst burying the battlefield's dead pic.twitter.com/N9fMOY60Ja— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) November 11, 2014
Edward ‘Ginger’ Mitchell - Tragically lost his life while part of the 164 Battery Royal Field Artillery. pic.twitter.com/8LPXiaeHNp— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) November 11, 2014
Allen Foster - A forward with fabulous talent, mortally wounded on 8th August 1916 in a field in Guillemont pic.twitter.com/rEkjwXce8w— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) November 11, 2014
Private Jack Huggins - Former Reading & Sunderland man. Sadly, his death was barely reported in the press pic.twitter.com/4SgHkdCI5d— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) November 11, 2014
Ben Butler - Killed by a shell patrolling the streets of Lens. Fought valiantly for ten days before resting in peace. pic.twitter.com/NCYZD8rbcE— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) November 11, 2014
Freddie Wheatcroft - Killed in the Battle of Cambraj on 26th November 1917, buried at Anneux. pic.twitter.com/lGZcDMg2AV— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) November 11, 2014
James Comrie - A private in the Northumberland Fusiliers. Joined us from Third Lanark pic.twitter.com/S22oJvlg91— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) November 11, 2014
Len Hawes - A promising forward, killed at Gallipoli with the Berkshire Yeomanry in August 1915. pic.twitter.com/VKu0Uf7w2s— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) November 11, 2014
Heber Slatter - A gunner, who may never have seen a German or gone into a trench - but was killed by shelling in 1918 pic.twitter.com/1sNGaNUEzF— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) November 11, 2014
Our stars killed in World War Two - Frank Ibbotson, Alf Bacon & Joe Stephenson are also never forgotten. #footballremembers— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) November 11, 2014
Read the full stories of these players online now. Incredible tales. http://t.co/xbS8E4mzK1— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) November 11, 2014
On a weekend when both Long and Sigurdsson score, one Reading fan decided to joke about it. Thanks Felipe.
Hilarious scenes as the only Reading players that can score this weekend are former Reading players.— Felipe (@royalcrisp) November 9, 2014
Meanwhile, Charles Watts took a step towards being kicked off his post as Reading FC reporter with this tweet.
Oh, and I officially dislike Gylfi now.— Charles Watts (@charles_watts) November 9, 2014
INJURY COMEBACKS? Squee.
Both Cummings and McCleary came off at HT after a scheduled 45 mins. Long and Owusu on in their place. Still 2-2 on the hour mark.— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) November 11, 2014
Transfer rumours ALREADY? Ehmehgerd.
Nostalgia (who doesn't love a good nostalgia tweet?)
I'm going to finish off this Tweets of the Week with a tweet that summarises how a fair chunk of Reading fans feel right now. Enjoy.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Could somebody link me to a digital version of the 2014/2015 squad photograph? Ta. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/readingfc?src=hash">#readingfc</a></p>— Jacob South Klein (@JacobSouthKlein) <a href="https://twitter.com/JacobSouthKlein/status/532488757233332224">November 12, 2014</a></blockquote>
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