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The Tilehurst End Round-Up: 8-14 December

Hoops provides you with a list of all we've published in the past week.

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Reading FC v Bolton Wanderers: Full Coverage

You'll find complete coverage on the Bolton clash right here, with more added since last week.

Royals Have Funds To Sign Murray

Good transfer news for the Royals as Hammond suggests Reading could move for Glenn Murray in January.

Reading To Face Huddersfield In FA Cup

Reading's opponents for the third round of the FA Cup this season have been drawn.

Matt Mills Tries To Clear The Air

Former Royals captain and current subject of Reading fan abuse Matt Mills has spoken to The Bolton News, trying to put the record straight.

The Tilehurst End Podcast - Episode 44: Handbrake On?

Saturday's 0-0 draw with Bolton made it two games unbeaten for the Royals but have the breaks been put on their revival, or is this Nigel Adkins stopping the team going backwards in order to move forwards?

Former Reading FC Owners Report Record Debt

Reading FC Holdings PLC, the company that owned the club during last season's ownership crisis, have revealed debts of £65 million, with the figure highlighting the truly dire state of the club's finances during the 2013/14 campaign.

Reading FC Wages: A Guessing Game

With so much talk in the last week about players' contracts, we at the Tilehurst End decided to do a little investigative work to see if we could guesstimate how much Reading's players might be earning.

TOTW: Hahnemann retires and Andy Murray to sign up

Hoops returns with a selection of the best tweets from the past week.

Birmingham City v Reading FC: Full Coverage

Not for the first time, the Royals made a trip in December to the second city. You'll find complete coverage of the match at St Andrew's right here.

The Tilehurst End Podcast Extra with The Reading Post: December 12

Wimb & Charles Watts team up for their final Podcast Extra of 2014 to round up the very latest news from Reading FC including some shocking debt figures, an injury update and to debate exactly where it went wrong and right against Bolton.

Nigel Adkins In/Out You Decide

Well... I can imagine this is only going to go one way, but after a narrow majority opted to stick with him a month ago where do you stand now?

Adkins: There's No Problem With Questioning My Future

Nigel Adkins defiantly refuted any suggestions that he would lose his job as Reading manager after the 6-1 defeat to Birmingham City.