Reading FC Interviews
Interviews with those associated with Reading FC past and present.
The second part of our interview with the Reading club heroes
The 2012 Championship winners recall their careers at the club
The former Royals boss spoke to TTE about the midfielder’s talents.
The Royals legend talks promotion wins, managerial returns and much more.
Marco Bader’s wide-ranging interview with former Royal Jeff Hopkins, who played for the club between 1992 and 1997.
What better way to bring up our milestone than by welcoming the former Royals marksman?
Interview: Harry Cardwell Drawing On Reading FA Youth Cup Success For Chorley’s Clash With Derby County
The former Royals youngster, now with sixth-tier Chorley, is hoping to pull off a giant killing against Derby County in the FA Cup this weekend.
This Christmas, we head up to Iceland to talk to the Icelandic Royals hero.
Marco Bader talks to Andy West, Reading’s former head of comms, who joined the Royals in the late 90s and covered the club until leaving in 2009.
The Royals’ former assistant manager speaks to TTE’s Marco Bader about his time watching Reading at Elm Park, joining Alan Pardew at the Mad Stad, and plenty more.
Marco Bader talks to Uwe Hartenberger, who spent two years at Reading in the mid 1990s.
The Tilehurst End catches up with three former members of the club’s communications department.
Marco Bader chats to former Royal Paul Holsgrove, who played for Reading in the 1990s, and whose son Jordan has recently come through the academy.
Reading’s former Director of Football tells all about his time at the Madejski Stadium.
The Tilehurst End chats to the Royals academy graduate, now at Oxford United.
The former Reading striker explained what went wrong for the Royals on a wild night in the League Cup.
The Icelander is set to play next weekend as football starts to come back.
The former Royal discusses his role in the 2012 Championship winning season from his home in Latvia.
The Tilehurst End speaks to the former Royals loanee.
The Dutchman discusses his time as part of the coaching staff at Reading and working with Jaap Stam.
The midfielder gives his side of the story after angering supporters with his £5million move to Aston Villa in 2016.
Rangers first-team coach Michael Beale, former assistant manager at São Paulo, discusses Felipe Araruna’s strongest attributes and how he thinks the Brazilian will fare in England.