I missed Tweets of the Week last week. Life happened and it slipped my mind and I had nobody clamouring for the feature so... Here we are, a week later, with two weeks’ worth of tweets to catch up on.
That Puscas goal for #ReadingFC equals his highest scoring season of his career with 10 games (+FA cup games) left to play. Keep in mind it's his first season in a new country and a new league. Fans need to get off his back and support him. He'll come good. Very good.— Guy Reed (@Guy_Reed) February 29, 2020
Leave my rifleman alone.
Ayub Masika completed more dribbles that any other player on the pitch (6), despite only coming on in the 70th minute #readingfc— Talk Reading (@TalkReading) February 29, 2020
Leave my Masika alone.
Pelé and Puscas are together again . . . but this time at Reading@allyrudd_times talks to two players on the same team who share names with game’s legends https://t.co/ICVVspRck5 pic.twitter.com/MXuheewEB9— Times Sport (@TimesSport) March 2, 2020
The photo is everything.
HUUUUGE day for #ReadingFC as they take on #SheffieldUnited in an #FACup last 16 battle. Good luck to my ex trainee #AyubTimbeMasika and to the #Royals— Tiras Waiyaki Thuku (@TTWaiyaki) March 3, 2020
We got this, we do. Go out there and be of MASSIVE spirit. To the fans, let's cheer on the lads. To Kenyans, #ItsComingHome pic.twitter.com/oRnEPgigR6
Kenyan Reading fans are more passionate than Reading Reading fans.
It has become quite fantastically popular with the signing, albeit on loan, of Ayub Timbe Masika in January. Visitt Reading's facebook page and read the comments section, Kenyans seem to have taken over.— Tiras Waiyaki Thuku (@TTWaiyaki) March 3, 2020
Sheff U fan thrown a chair at me in spoons and dropped £20. He’s been sent out and I’m richer. What a win.— Deano (@deanocx) March 3, 2020
Lost the battle, won the war.
I love this.
But I despise the word ‘limbs’ now.
Delighted to finally be on board https://t.co/l2U6qTrShb— Danny Namaso Loader (@DannyNamaso) March 4, 2020
He’ll be gone in the summer, then.
I mean... Wow.
First confirmed UK death of coronavirus, you'll never sing that https://t.co/qyJ007LgyK— Sam (@1871sam) March 6, 2020
Add that to the songbook ASAP.
Indeed. I think they’re a natural part of having an active mind, so in a way I’m happy to make room for them. I do feel for Reading fans though, even The Good Old Days have memories of Pardew.— Jim Campbell (@JimCampbellTFR) March 7, 2020
“Even The Good Old Days have memories of Pardew.”
It's Samrit Bunditkitsada's birthday today. For most of you, that will mean sod all. But for the #readingfc fans still following me, it's a reminder of an absolutely bloody crazy few months— Charles Watts (@charles_watts) March 5, 2020
What a team this was. Had some unbelievable quality in it. 2 championship playoff semi finals in consecutive seasons. Loved my time at @ReadingFC and made good friends there also ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/s2GM9DeC6K— Kevin Watson (@kevwatson74) March 8, 2020
.@EdFranklin17 has left @ReadingFC after 14 years & is currently part of Arsene Wenger’s Talent Development team at @FIFAcom— Training Ground Guru (@ground_guru) March 10, 2020
Held a number of senior roles at club, including Head of Elite Performance, and was latterly Head of Academy Performance. https://t.co/i3kPKkzbhg
Fair bloody play.
Mattos statement: As known by the sports media, I was invited to be the executive director of Reading Football Club, from England.— Matt Joy (@MattJoy96) March 11, 2020
The moment I got the invitation, I started taking care of all the bureaucratic part to get the work visa, but several factors have delayed...
any harm to the investor and Reading, I need to leave the club and its owner entirely free so that the decision can be made to seek another professional on the market immediately. I want to take the opportunity to thank them for the interest in my work and tell the people...— Matt Joy (@MattJoy96) March 11, 2020
who made me this honourable invitation that I will always be available, and already hoping that everything works out for Reading. #readingfc— Matt Joy (@MattJoy96) March 11, 2020
No more Brazilian Director of Football for us.
Looks like #readingfc's games could soon be moved behind closed doors, so that the season can be played out.— The Tilehurst End (@TheTilehurstEnd) March 12, 2020
Likely to mean ticket holders/season ticket holders can livestream matches.
No more detail than this at the moment. pic.twitter.com/SHNY9O1umu
The coronavirus will strike before too long.
Pele, Ejaria and Miazga should probably stay at reading in quarantine for the next few seasons, better to be safe #readingfc— Ben Matthews. (@BenMatthews21) March 12, 2020
Good luck. And stop panic-buying bog roll.