This week has mainly been about how terrible Leeds United is. We can all get on board with discussing how terrible the club is. £39 for an away ticket? Pass.
Sometimes I just stop and think for a moment about the time Charlie Adam dressed in full golf kit to watch The Masters pic.twitter.com/DbvwGbF1iS— Elliot Hackney (@ElliotHackney) February 13, 2020
To be fair, why wouldn’t you?
Some absolutely sublime technique on show in the build-up pic.twitter.com/XxHCxzjRyL— The Tilehurst End (@TheTilehurstEnd) February 15, 2020
If you can’t enjoy this then you need to take a moment to assess yourself.
I worry that Kenyan football fans might now outnumber Reading-based football fans.
Some fantastic shoes on show here.
If I could stop loving Ovie Ejaria and sharing his best bits on here, I would.
Yakou Meite is the first player to score 10+ goals in all competitions for Reading in back-to-back seasons since Adam Le Fondre did so in three successive campaigns between 2011/12 and 2013/14.— RFC Latest (@RFCLatest) February 15, 2020
La Brute #readingfc pic.twitter.com/S841kDWgTi
This is impressive.
We all want to see a Yiadom v Puscas fight over that goal.
Puscas is now scoring goals so we’ve forgotten we’re meant to be scapegoating him.
MB on Puscas - "Me and my staff have told him that we're going to be hard on you. We're going to keep pushing you to work hard, chase balls and retain the ball better. Good players thrive on that expectancy. Two goals in two games, let's see if we can keep that going" #readingfc— Matt Joy (@MattJoy96) February 15, 2020
Unpopular opinion: Pele is overrated, he slows down the game so much, whereas Rinomhota brings much more energy. #readingfc— Harrison Mitchell (@harrison1871rfc) February 15, 2020
Enter a new debate: Rino v Pele.
Delighted to hear Rino had a good game— Jordan Cottle (@JordanCottle) February 15, 2020
No goal scored by the mighty Royals can possibly be ‘crap’.
If Federici hadn’t of fumbled that Sanchez shot, Reading could have won the Fa Cup https://t.co/pTb7gkr1od— Ben martin (@Benmartin9876) February 16, 2020
It’s not worth thinking about.
You’ve gotta love this kinda thing. Fascinating.
Reading are the latest club to not sell out their away allocation, so extra tickets have now been made available to #LUFC fans in the West Stand— Leeds United (@LUFC) February 17, 2020
This is the key drama of the week. “Latest club not to sell out...”
The reaction’s been scorching.
Maybe make your tickets a decent price and we would sell it out https://t.co/trjotY6uqi— (@RFCPuscas) February 17, 2020
Because it's £40 you absolute wrongens https://t.co/gsgXwdJEwH— charlie (@dingcharlie_) February 17, 2020
At £39 a ticket you can’t blame us. Abysmal prices https://t.co/93BrX0iy3k— Jake (@JakeMoore87) February 17, 2020
Deliberately pricing out away fans in order to cut the allocation that gets sold, then making snide remarks about it on social media. Couldn’t think of a nicer football club. https://t.co/OTSeO8kEVa— Alex (@royalcrisp) February 17, 2020
Leeds digging out away fans for continuously not selling out their allocations when they are once again charging £39 for a ticket. Pathetic. https://t.co/U2DKoVB9v3— Charles Watts (@charles_watts) February 18, 2020
£39 a ticket for away fans. £120+ for a return journey by train from Reading to Leeds.— The Football League Paper (@TheLeaguePaper) February 18, 2020
How about offering affordable ticket prices for football fans already paying through the nose for travel + accommodation? https://t.co/n8jIfdow7m
A lot of clubs charge exorbitant prices for away fans, not every club seemingly brags about pricing out them out. Not really on, is it?— The Football League Paper (@TheLeaguePaper) February 18, 2020
We all hate Leeds scum.
We know what we are, we know what we are, Tim Pot but commercially nieve, we know what we are. https://t.co/hZIx8gr8xj— Simeon Pickup (@SimFromBucks) February 18, 2020
But we flipping love Tim Pot and Nieve.
Most chances created in the Championship:— Second Tier Podcast (@TheSecondTier) February 17, 2020
1⃣ John Swift - 74
2⃣ Barry Bannan - 71
3⃣ Jed Wallace - 70
➡ Matheus Pereira - 70
➡ Stewart Downing - 70
6⃣ Said Benrahma - 68
7⃣ Jack Harrison - 63
➡ Alex Mowatt - 63
9⃣ Eberechi Eze - 61#ReadingFC pic.twitter.com/gPN2PDU75Y
We shouldn’t take this man for granted.
We're thinking of doing something similar to last year's Portugal Day.— Club 1871 (@Club1871) February 18, 2020
We want to create an annual event for everyone to join in with a bit of fun to end the season.
We were thinking of a 106 day this year to celebrate our greatest achievement.
Thoughts? Ideas? #ReadingFC
It would be weird to do a Portugal day now that Jose’s gone.
Legends day tribute to your favourite player old young and otherwise?— Johnny Hunt (@Huntyroyal) February 18, 2020
Seen some Rugby League fans groups do ‘Retro’ and ‘Hawaiian’ days. Self explanatory, Reto shirts etc, and Hawaiian / bright shirts etc. Always seems to create a party atmosphere. 106 theme sounds like it would be popular.— Stevie B (@Blaa80) February 18, 2020
Sonko in C1871 wearing a Superman outifit.....— ElmParkRoyals (@ElmParkRoyals) February 18, 2020
Make. It. Happen, https://t.co/zCbX0nrSxe
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╬═╬ Just dropped down to say
╬═╬ Reading are winning the FA Cup this year
This must be true because of the effort put into making this tweet.
Don’t do this.
But just imagine it. That’s funny enough.
Me looking for clubs with more than 106 points in a season https://t.co/Qu9VZU0hBo— (@RFCPuscas) February 20, 2020
Just straight up facts.
Have a fantastic weekend.