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The Tilehurst End Round-up: 10-16 November

Hoops rounds up all the content we've published in the past week, just so you don't miss a thing.

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5 Things: Reading FC v Charlton Athletic

Reading once again struggled at home, this time against a well organised Charlton side, but what were the main talking points from the game? WilliamOwain recaps the action with his 5 Things.

If Your Face Fits - The 26 Year Itch

@mostlybobbins digs through the archives of his mind, casting the similarities of managers past and present.

The Tilehurst End Podcast: Episode 41 - 50/50

In a week when a Tilehurst End poll shows fans split right down the middle on the future of Nigel Adkins, Wimb, West and Williams return to the airwaves as tensions run high over the future of Reading FC's manager.

Reading FC - Til I Die?

URZZ1871 looks at factors affecting attendances at Reading this year - and ends up asking what exactly is the club's identity at the moment.

Blackman set for Israel call up?

Last week The Tilehurst End was approached by Aviv Kohen, who works for Israel HaYom, about Nick Blackman. @WilliamOwain reveals why...

17 In: Reading's Starts Compared

It's not hard at the moment to find Royals fans making comparisons between Nigel Adkins and former Reading managers. We decided to have a look at how he shapes up against his predecessors' records when it comes to the first 17 games in a Championship

Young keeper joins on loan... again

This week there's a fresh loan move for young keeper George Legg following his spell at Hendon earlier this season. Elsewhere, find out how Stuart Moore got on in his 15th competitive game for Basingstoke.

Result: Should Adkins stay or go?

Reading fans flocked to this website to vote on whether Nigel Adkins should stay or go, here we dissect the results.

Injured Duo Step Up Recovery

More positive injury-related news as two Reading players move closer to a return to first team action.

TOTW: Royston sees red and remembering the fallen

Hoops returns with a whole host of wonderful tweets from the past fortnight.

Defending The Indefensible

Bobbins has the unenviable task of casting his eye over this seasons 'goals against' column. He's now sat in a darkened room and won't come out. Pray for Bobbins.

Chris Gunter happy on the left

Chris Gunter told GetReading reporter Charles Watts he has no qualms with playing on the left side of the Royals' fragile defence.

In Praise of Nick

In a positive mood, URZZ1871 pens a defence of a member of the Reading FC team who he thinks doesn't get the credit he deserves - and certainly doesn't deserve the criticism he gets.

TOTW Special: A legend turns 40

In honour of legendary Reading FC captain Graeme Murty turning 40, Hoops asked for your favourite memories.

The Anton Exodus

With manager Nigel Adkins under the spotlight for a poor start to the season, Bucks Royal revisits his time as manager to delve deeper into why the squad is in the shape it currently is.

Royals News Bites - 14th November

JenUrz brings the best of the Reading FC news from the past week.

Club announce first professional Reading FC Women player

England international Fran Kirby is set to become the first player in the history of Reading FC Women to turn professional.

Beyond The 17th Game - Reading Progress Expected?

Things can only get better...or so they say. Reading have started slowly in previous seasons but then mounted late-season charges to finish in the mix by the end of the campaign. Will the same happen this time round?

The Royal Romp: The Messiah returns

Hoops introduces his brand new feature, where he looks at @TOONjennaURZ's News Bites, chews them for a while, then spits them back out in ridiculous fashion.

Diamonds Are For Royals

Fresh from his take on the developments to Reading's squad under Nigel Adkins' tutelage, Bucks Royal looks at a new formation the Royals could try out...

Fresh Injury Concern for Reading

Concerning developments for Reading's fitness department as another player falls victim to injury