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We start this week with the news that the Hunt brothers are reunited. N'awww.
Meanwhile, Sean St Ledger also joins Ipswich, and threatens Cox.
Dave Stevens noticed his emails suddenly became somewhat royal in number.
Back in 1913 the Royals could afford a tour of Italy. No longer.
Meanwhile, Akpan has something to say about the Black Friday shenanigans a lot of people got up to.
If some of you lot knew what Black Friday actually stood for you wouldn't be on it so hard.— Hope Akpan (@HopeAkpan) November 28, 2014
And, in honour of Phil Hughes, the club and Federici put their bats out.
@ReadingFC love that guys— adam federici (@federici32) November 28, 2014
Glenn Murray is not a fan of selfies.
Adkins was positive about the Norwich game.
GAME DAY ! This is what we work hard all week for ! All our energies Together as One !— Nigel Adkins (@TheNigelAdkins) November 29, 2014
Noel Hunt scored. Genuinely. In doing so, he renamed the day, apparently.
Debut goal for Noel Hunt with a lovely finish into the bottom corner after sublime initial work from McGoldrick. Get in there! (1-0 Town)— Ipswich Town FC (@Official_ITFC) November 29, 2014
Anyone got Hodgson's phone number?
Oh, there's a lot of love for Cooper.
THIS IS HOW IT FEELS TO BE NORWICH, THIS IT HOW IT FEELS TO BE SMALL, THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A CENTRE BACK JUST COMES IN AND SCORES— Jaek Tailer (@Tailerpls) November 29, 2014
@urzz1871 Adkins always talks of a pathway for the youngsters, surely Cooper has just walked straight through it. Should stay in.— Charles Watts (@charles_watts) November 29, 2014
After coming off the pitch from his warm down, @SCoxy31Real was singing, "He's Jake Cooper...he's taller than most."— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) November 29, 2014
Nigel Adkins owns a Macbook.
Time for reflection and lessons learnt from yesterday's game at Norwich on a calm Sunday morning. pic.twitter.com/Z3Mq68jjtP— Nigel Adkins (@TheNigelAdkins) November 30, 2014
Former Royal Gorkss is joining a team in Malaysia. Oh, how the mighty(?) have fallen.
Happy Birthday to the one and only Phil Parkinson. 361 appearances & 20 goals for Reading between 1992-2003. LEGEND. pic.twitter.com/ACq73Gsw21— Old Royals Stuff (@OldRoyalsStuff) December 1, 2014
Meanwhile a Norwich fan is being wound up by Twitter. Ooo-er.
Not this again...
@OfficialBWFC Agent 007-1 reporting for duty...— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) December 3, 2014
Aaron Kuhl was in the hunger games.
Marcus Hahnemann has retired. To live in a treehouse.