2023/24 Analysis & Opinion
All the analysis and opinion content we had about Reading in the 2023/24 season.
Bobbins reflects on how fans have come together in an emotional week for this beleaguered club.
Reading Football Club is far closer to the cliff edge than it ever should have been, and no-one in authority’s coming to save us any time soon.
The Reading FC boss came in for some criticism on tactics after the Blackpool game, but for Harry, Selles should stay the course.
Sim reflects on how well the first 10 games of the Selles era have gone - and we want your verdict too in the approval rating.
Ben’s thoughts on Reading’s latest points deduction - this time a suspended three, following Dai’s failure to pay 125% of the club’s monthly wage bill into a designated account
Young Royals have been getting a great opportunity in the first team this season under new boss Ruben Selles.
The Royals had a squad exodus, relegation and embargoes to contend with, but emerged from this summer’s transfer window with a rejuvenated, talented squad.
The Royals head into 2023/24 with a new division to compete in, following relegation from the WSL, and a new manager at the helm, following the departure of long-serving Kelly Chambers.
What does the advent of the Ruben Selles era hold in store for a player who failed to properly impress under successive prior managers?
Sim has mixed emotions of anxiety and hope heading into yet another unpredictable season.
Seven of our writers put their heads together to make some sense of what the next nine months might have in store for Reading Football Club.
Sell Before We Dai are encouraging a ‘Sit In For Dai Out’ protest after full-time of the season opener, and TTE are fully supportive of it.
On Wednesday morning, Reading released a statement confirming the club was looking for investment due to "complex cashflow constraints". Ben has his say on that statement.
While new Reading gaffer Ruben Selles has only had one previous job as a manager, there’s a wealth of info out there about his time coaching across Europe, so Sim’s sifted through it to see what we can learn.
For Ben, Dayong Pang’s address to the supporters lacks substance and doesn’t adequately tackle the main sources of frustration.