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The Royal Roundup - September 8

Goodbye Newsbites, hello The Royal Roundup! Here we'll look back on the pick of the content from here at TTE and the wider media over the past week.

Hal Robson-Kanu a winner & Nick Blackman a loser from the summer transfer window - TTE

See whether you agree with the TTE on which members of our squad have done well out of this transfer window.

Hornets View On Vydra

From attitude problems to a prolific Championship goal scoring record, here's all you need to know about new striker, Matej Vydra.

Vydra Interview - Reading Official Site

Speaking of Vydra, the forward explains his greatest strength is having the ball at his feet and running in behind defenders. He also calls on the Reading supporters to get out and support their side in mass, as "in England, football is all about supporters" and more fans behind the players means the players enjoy it more. Vydra goes onto explain that Steve Clarke, who he worked with at West Brom, the friendly owners at Reading, and his friendship with Jonathan Bond were the main reasons Reading was the championship club he chose to join.

Get to know Ola John - Reading Official Site

Ola, Ola John! Here's five key facts the official website picked out on our deadline day loan signing from Benfica.

Our season in numbers -TTE

A fan of looking beyond the numbers? We look back on the season so far with nuggets including Reading are the only team not to concede or score at home plus Jonathan Bond has only had to make 3 saves in 450 minutes amd plenty more.

The refreshing look of Oliver Norwood - Get Reading

After a frustrating first season with Reading last year, Oliver Norwood explains how he and Steve Clarke had a frank chat at the end of the last campaign about what Norwood needed to do to force his way into the starting 11. Norwood tells Get Reading how he took what Clarke said on board and didn't have a break over the summer, instead using the time to get really fit and achieve his goal of starting the first game of the season "to put a marker down and show he means business". He explains that the new deep lying role he is playing is something different, but he doesn't mind as long as he is playing.

August AwardsApproval Ratings

Who was your Reading FC player of the month for August and how good a job is Steve Clarke doing at the football club? Here's your chance to have your say.

Wave goodbye to the Madejski Stadium? - Get Reading

Last week, our Thai owners confirmed they would be likely to sell the naming rights to the Madejski stadium if we get promoted back to the Premier League. Our chairman, Lady Khunying Sasima Srivikorn, says "sports marketing is a huge" and could raise"millions" for the club.

So those are a handful of the stories we've picked out from the past week but what has caught your eye?