2020/21 Analysis & Opinion
All the analysis and opinion content we had about Reading in the 2020/21 season.
Part one of Sim’s recap of Reading’s best and worst memories from the past 12 months.
The duo have now been released after poor spells with the Royals.
The Royals have a busy few months coming up in the market, but will have to operate under challenging financial restrictions.
The two clubs have had similar business models in recent years; now the Royals must avoid following the Owls into League One.
It certainly wasn’t a dull campaign.
Olly emotionally checks out of Reading’s exhausting campaign.
What does the European Super League have to do with Reading? On the face of it, nothing, but in reality, everything. Sim explains why.
The duo have been reliable when called upon in 2020/21.
Although Pauno has - wisely - tried to evolve Reading’s style of play, he’s shown that he’s more than happy to revert to the more basic style of the first eight matches when necessary.
Jordan Cottle delves into a question that’s divided Reading fans in recent weeks.
Ben explains why Tuesday’s result was a bad result in isolation - not "season over" for Reading.
Marco Bader argues why criticism of Pauno’s team selection on Tuesday night may have been harsh.
With Morro and McIntyre in form, and both Yiadom and Moore returning from injury, Reading have quality options at the back.
It seems like a pretty obvious thing to say considering the circumstances, but here’s why Harry thinks our season could be defined by Friday night’s game.
The 17-day gap in league games for Reading brings a significant fitness boost to a fatigued squad, but isn’t without its dangers.