The Official Site provide a flashback to the unbelievable 2005-2006 season when we won promotion for the first time.
The 20 year old striker is on loan at Coventry and has now scored 6 goals since moving there in January.
Michael Hector says we can't keep relying on the teams around us losing, as a load of wins for them can drag us right back into the thick of it. He also talks about the disappointing performance at Charlton, saying although he was pushed, he need to learn not to fling his hand in the air.
Reading have signed Nathan Ake on an initial one month's loan from Chelsea. The 20-year-old can play left back, centre back or defensive midfield. He has played for Chelsea in the Premier League, Champions League, Europa League and FA cup. He is cup tied so cannot feature for Reading in the FA cup semi final.
The Reading Post covers 5 things you wouldn't know about Nathan Ake, highlighting his impressive record at the age of just 20 and how fans can reach him on social media.
With his contract at Reading up in the summer, Danny Guthrie has been allowed to leave the club before the loan deadline at 5pm on Thursday to play out the season with Fulham. Steve Clarke said that with Danny's time at the club coming to an end, it was right to give him the chance to play some matches.
Jake Taylor has signed a loan deal at Leyton Orient until the end of the season. Steve Clarke speaks very fondly of Taylor, admiring his attitude when he trains, but says he desrves more time on the pitch, which he won't get at Reading this year.
24 year old Kwesi Appiah becomes Steve Clarke's second loan signing this week, following Nathan Ake. Appiah is a striker, and has had limited opportunities at Crystal Palace since returning from teh Africa Cup of Nations, where he played for Ghana. The front man was on loan at Cambridge earlier this season and scored plenty of goals, earning him first ever call-up to the Ghana squad.