We'll start back before our first leg draw with Bradford, when this Reading fan had a dig at one of our best players...
Staggered that Hal Robson-Kanu didn't make the Feb Player of the Month shortlist. He controlled the ball at least twice druring the month.— Matt Williams (@mattwilliams100) March 5, 2015
FACTS IN YO FACE.
Think I'm right saying tomorrow is only the 4th time this century #ReadingFC have taken 4000+ away fans. Wigan 01, Arsenal 05 & Man Utd 07— The Tilehurst End (@TheTilehurstEnd) March 6, 2015
What is it Dizzee said... Bruh, don't make me get #OldSkool? Oh, I dunno. Anyway, this looked fun.
We felt you, Becky, we really did.
I'm so nervous about today it's unreal!! #readingfc— Becky Collins (@BeckyCollins7) March 7, 2015
Once in a lifetime photograph. (NB: This is not a selfie, as Mr Deanoo didn't take it himself. #knowledgeispower)
Ironic that a journalist from The Times mocks us for having Waitrose as a sponsor, don't ya think?
Is there a more middle-class club sponsor than Waitrose and Reading?— George Caulkin (@CaulkinTheTimes) March 7, 2015
Valley Parade banter.
Decent pitch at Bradford... #bobble— Pierce Sweeney (@piercesweenz) March 7, 2015
"More football coming your way on BT Sport." 'More'? We certainly haven't had any yet at Bradford.— Paddy Power (@paddypower) March 7, 2015
We can almost physically feel all of your excitement from knowing there's going to be a Bradford - Reading replay.— uMAXit Football (@uMAXitFootball) March 7, 2015
Pearce: Captain, Leader, Le—nah, but he's hard, isn't he?
Warrior. pic.twitter.com/D7foAUgkPb— Talk Reading (@TalkReading) March 7, 2015
Re FA Cup replays, utterly ludicrous that Uefa insist Champions Lge weeks are kept clear of domestic football. Absolutely no need for it.— Oliver Kay (@OliverKayTimes) March 8, 2015
Breezing over the Brighton game, but good to see SWEET CAROLINE return.
Zat Knight puns.
Didn't see Zat coming, etc etc.— Jacob South Klein (@JacobSouthKlein) March 11, 2015
I hear Zat is a strikers Knightmare. I'll get my coat... #readingfc— Fin Crebolder (@FinCrebolder) March 11, 2015
@FinCrebolder I'd delete Zat before it's too late.— _mostlybobbins (@mostlybobbins) March 11, 2015
@JacobSouthKlein Zat is bad, and you should feel bad.— _mostlybobbins (@mostlybobbins) March 11, 2015
So we now have Yakubu, Anton Ferdinand and Zat Knight. It's not 2007 Steve #readingfc— george williamson (@TalkMurtyToMe) March 11, 2015
Verity knows what's what.
Skipping over the Watford game (did anyone care?)
70' GOAL! YES JEM! Great to see the skipper fire home from the edge of the box. A horrible year and a half for the skipper put to bed. 3-1— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) March 14, 2015
Jem Karacan has now scored more league goals this season than Oliver Norwood, Garath McCleary, Danny Guthrie, Hope Akpan & Yakubu combined.— The Tilehurst End (@TheTilehurstEnd) March 14, 2015
Hope all the people that went on the pitch fail their GCSEs #readingfc— Pipey (@matt11p) March 16, 2015
No complaints from Parkinson on the red card. Finishes with: 'We wish Reading all the best in the Semi-Final' #FACup— Nicholas Veevers (@NVivas79) March 16, 2015
Aaron Ramsey and @Chrisgunter16 used to share a flat. Now they'll share a pitch at Wembley in an FA Cup semi. It's funny how football works.— Paul Carey (@PaulCareySport) March 17, 2015
Prepare your face for this FACT.
Finally, upon the announcement of our date at Wembley being on Saturday—and therefore our editor missing the game—GetReading reporter Charles Watts has a suggestion...
@TheTilehurstEnd Get the vows done early then shoot up there? You and her legging it up Wembley Way all dressed up would be quite the scene— Charles Watts (@charles_watts) March 19, 2015