Another week, another bunch of tweets. I can't be bothered for a blurby bit today and you certainly can't be bothered to read whatever tosh I'd come up with, so let's get this show on the road already.
Good news: we might get the Thai green light earlier than last year.
Brian McDermott confirmed meetings taking place with Thai owners this week. Chief exec, Nigel Howe, abroad for meeting right now #readingfc— Anthony Smith (@Smudgersport) April 21, 2016
Excellent work here. (Apologies for the naughty word.)
Nostalgia. Which I almost always spell as 'nostaliga' when drafting this feature.
Now take a ride with me to the magical world of Tariqe Fosu.
Here, have a chant. And then tell me where the Latvian deli is.
DENISS RAKELS— Deadly Deniss (@TheMightyRoyals) April 23, 2016
Deniss Rakels number 10
He plays for #readingfc
Found him down on Oxford Road
At a Latvian Deli
Steve Clarke. We've already covered that on this website, but here are a couple of tweets.
Steve Clarke interesting on Goals on Sunday about his time at #readingfc: “I didn’t do enough due diligence on the club before joining.”— Andy Halls (@AndyBizarre) April 24, 2016
Encouraging to see former Reading midfielder Jake Taylor doing well at his new club.
We had a bit of fun with the new season ticket unveil. That moment when…
@RoyalHoops You re sat in the East Stand, and you suddenly remember how exciting watching paint dry can actually be..........— Mi Pata Izquierda (@CheChe_Guevara) April 25, 2016
#ThatMomentWhen you got to see Garath McCleary's goal at Wembley free on your Madejski season ticket— Jonny Williams (@jonnafon) April 25, 2016
@RoyalHoops "....you realise that 'personal bet' to have a Chinese after every home win was better for the diet after all."— mostlybobbins (@mostlybobbins) April 25, 2016
@RoyalHoops "...you realise your football club's owners were only in it to launder money, and redevelop some land."— IanM (@IanM1871) April 25, 2016
Whatever you think about Brian's managerial style you can't dispute the fact he is a lovely bloke. Called me to wish me luck on the walk.— Nath St Paul (@NathStPaulBAWF) April 26, 2016
And he also invited me to Hogwood on Friday to meet the lads. What a lovely gesture and one that won't be forgotten. #readingfc— Nath St Paul (@NathStPaulBAWF) April 26, 2016
I usually write 'that's your lot' to finish off, but I went for 'that's it' this week. Madness, I tell you, utter madness.
See you next week.