2022/23 Analysis & Opinion
All the analysis and opinion content we had about Reading in the 2022/23 season.
Que sera, sera.
Adam argues that, while Saturday night may bring excitement, the Championship has to be the Royals’ main concern at this stage.
Murray previews the Royals’ trip to Championship strugglers Stoke City.
Reading’s travelling fans are facing £46 tickets and a Saturday 8pm kick-off if they’re to make the upcoming FA Cup trip to Old Trafford.
An in-depth look at what’s gone right and wrong for the Big Geordie at Reading so far.
As Sim explains, Reading potentially stand to gain a lot from Saturday’s FA Cup game against Watford - and not just a spot in the fourth round.
Sim examines how Reading’s midfielders have fared in the first half of the 2022/23 campaign.
Including some who’ve really impressed and a few who’ve been badly affected by injury.
Sim assesses how the season’s gone for Reading’s four wing-backs so far.
Sim kicks off our midseason squad review with a look at how Reading’s two ‘keepers have fared so far.
Some of TTE’s finest minds got together (virtually) to unpack the first half of the 2022/23 season.
Not great, not terrible, but Reading are well on track to achieve this season’s objective and stay in the division.
The club have made commendably quick and substantial progress this year in how they engage with supporters in a variety of ways.
Sim argues that Reading would be well served by becoming a more dangerous attacking force, and explains how that could happen in practice.
Tom, and his father Paul, continue to prove the doubters wrong.
An in-depth look at how the Royals' last couple of months of transfer activity unfolded.
Joao’s come in for criticism after a poor all-round showing at Bramall Lane on Tuesday night.
Sim adds some context around an excellent performance against Blackburn: how good it was, why it happened and how it happened.
Five of TTE’s finest minds answer the biggest questions ahead of the new season.
In near impossible circumstances, Paul Ince and Mark Bowen are proving the value of their contacts in the transfer market.
Traditionally captains either make way or go down with the ship. But is Reading’s former captain inadvertently drilling more holes into the decks, despite keeping silent?