In the second part of our look at Jaap Stam's tactics we look at the defence and why it might be Reading's achilles heel.
A brief look at the Championships best signings prior to the start of the new season.
The new Championship season kicks off tonight and to celebrate, we finish up our look through the division through the eyes of the fans themselves.
We're getting towards the rear end of the Championship but do fans of these teams expect basement action or top flight dreams?
With a look at each team in the division, Bookie Watch returns for 16/17 ready to bash the bookies.
As Limp Bizkit would say, let's keep rollin, rollin, rollin through the Championship as our latest group of guest writers profile the prospects of their teams this for 2016/17
In the first of two articles looking at Reading's tactics, @WilliamOwain analyses how Jaap Stam wants Reading to attack.
The TTE Podcast boys are back to review a busy summer for Reading FC and what it all means for the 2016/17 season.
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It's that time again where we turn over TTE to fans from 23 other Championship clubs to tell us how they're feeling ahead of the new season.
Our Odyssey through the Championship continues as we turn over TTE to fans from across the league.
We're counting down the days until the 2016/17 season kicks off, and with pre-season in the bag Marc offers his initial thoughts on one of Reading's new signings.
Championship football returns this week folks and we want to know how YOU think it's going to go for Reading FC in 2016/17.
Jaap Stam has given the Brentford old boy plenty of game-time since signing the midfielder, and here Marc gives his initial opinion on John Swift, ahead of the new campaign.
While critical of Reading's start to their final pre-season friendly with Bournemouth, Jaap Stam saw a much better showing from his side in the second period.
Three new signings, two Euros stars and four academy graduates all rated in Reading's 1-1 pre-season friendly draw with Bournemouth.
With just over a week to go until the Championship opener against Preston, Reading welcomed Premier League opponents Bournemouth to Berkshire for a fifth and final pre-season friendly of the summer.
It's time for Reading FC's final dress-rehearsal ahead of the 2016/17 season and here's five things we'd like to see from Jaap Stam's side tonight.
Find out which numbers the new signings have taken, which players have switched and which youngsters were excluded...
Tariqe Fosu, John Swift and Danny Williams were some of the few players who looked okay in a disappointing Reading performance.
The Royals manager, and his deputy, give an honest appraisal of how pre-season is going.
The Dons ran out comfortable winners in South-West London.
The Away Days boys are back at Reading's third friendly of the summer to 'rivals' Swindon.
With Reading's senior side seeing off Swindon, Martin Kuhl's depleted U21 side also earned a welcome victory away at Enfield Town.
It was a win on the night in Swindon, and here Marc looks at how the side set up tactically, and how each player performed under new boss Jaap Stam.
While Reading's senior squad was in action in the Netherlands, Martin Kuhl's largely Academy based side was taught a tough pre-season lesson by Lincoln.
Our pre-season look into the (rapidly changing) options available to Reading manager Jaap Stam concludes with a look at the forwards.
Fellow Dutchmen Joey van den Berg and Danzell Gravenberch have already joined the Royals, so what can be made of Roy Beerens? @EredivisieMike gave us his view:
A young Reading side got the job done in Essex while the senior squad continued their pre-season preparations in the Netherlands.
Our odyssey through the Reading FC pre-season squad continues with a look at the men vying for a spot in the midfield
The Royals got off to a good start in their first match of the 2016/17 pre-season.
McCleary had a day when he decided to turn it on, van den Berg impressed and the youngsters shined. Here are our ratings from Meadow Park by @henrystacey3.