2021/22 Analysis & Opinion
All the analysis and opinion content we had about Reading in the 2021/22 season.
Moore was stripped of the captaincy in a blunt statement on Saturday evening.
What’s up with the Royals struggling to hold onto leads?
The two first choice full-backs will be absent for at least part of January as they are competing at the Africa Cup of Nations.
For Dave, it’s crucial that Reading’s owners communicate with the fans and impose a clearly defined strategy.
While it’s a two-way street, for Ben there’s a few things the club can do.
Last year was a disappointing one, due to factors in Reading’s control to varying degrees.
The second part of Sim’s 2021 recap includes some great memories from the past six months... and some not-so-great ones.
Part one of Sim’s recap of Reading’s best and worst memories from the past 12 months.
Adam examines the main reasons for optimism and concern to see where Reading may be heading.
The Brazilian is reportedly free to leave Reading in January.
Clarke has shown his quality, but expecting too much too soon of a player who’s very new to senior football would be unwise and unfair.
The teenager demonstrated his ability to be a good old-fashioned centre forward.
The Brazilian has endured an injury-hit time in Berkshire so far, but returned to action for the under-23s on Monday.
With the Royals’ depleted squad looking fatigued, do more youngsters deserve game time?
For Adam, the EFL can take our points, they can take our transfer freedom - but please don’t take away our ability to offer new contracts!
The Royals’ new right winger played a crucial role in both goals at Fulham.
Sim analyses how previously goal-shy Ejaria found his shooting boots at Craven Cottage.
A closer look at the Royals’ midfield duo.
Sim highlights some of those to have come out better or worse from the summer 2021 window.
A painfully long and stressful transfer window that, all things considered, turned out pretty well.