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Twitter Review: Reading 2-3 Sheffield United

April 25, 2011 Leave a comment

An emotional ceremony for Chris Armstrong ended in a loss for the Royals at the Madejski Stadium today. That’s the 13-game unbeaten run ended. Limping into the play-offs?

Re-live the action here.

@JonnyFordham: Armstrong leads the teams out holding the match ball, great round of applause from all

@Limpus: I’m at home and also clapping for Armstrong. Reading legend.

@xo_isabella: Well that bought a tear to my eye..

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Twitter Review: Reading 3-1 Leicester

April 17, 2011 1 comment

Reading’s fascinating form… after the 3-1 result against Leicester at the Mad Stad yesterday. That’s 8 wins on the trot now… 8!

Below you’ll find some tweets from Loyal Royals, before, during and after the game.

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Twitter Review: Reading 2-1 Preston

April 5, 2011 3 comments

The Royals continued their play-off push with another three points against relegation candidates tonight, relive every moment from the world of Twitter.

@JackMills36: Big time period now for Reading need to keep this good form

@MissHarrietRose: PNE tonight! Let’s get the 3 points we need to stay in the playoffs! URRZZZ!

@Sam_O_Cleere: The media are bumming Reading at the moment…

@Kazzabea: At the Mad stad for Reading v Preston. Come on lads let’s cement our playoff spot

@Davcorbett: The only match worth paying attention to tonight is Reading v Preston

@MarkSugar: Champions League on the box, Reading coverage on the laptop, #lifestyle

@Dom_Gilbert: Mick McCarthy at the Reading match…. HANDS OFF

@SteveWoodgate: East Stand singing Shane Long’s name? Heard loud boos from there at the start of the season. Fans just can’t help themselves.

@Brownie1871: Goooooaaaaaalllll!!!! Kebe heads home from a Long cross to make it 1-0 to Reading

@jesscharman: You know the defence is poor when Jimmy Kebe scores with his head..

@LeanneMHills: Just worked out tonight is my first home match since QPR. Crowd is a bit quiet, you would think we had nothing to play for.

@HelmStone: 1:1 it was coming

@urzz1871: That’s probably the unluckiest goal you’ll ever see for Preston vs Reading. No blame on McCarthy for that.

@_sophielane: Hot dog sausage roll come on reading score a goal. Hahahhahaha

@brewcity77: Come on, Reading, don’t let them steal points off us!

@nicholasfish: 15 minutes left to go in this game. It will be a nervy finish as both sides push on for the winner.

@JamesAndrew_TLP: Reading go 2-1 up through Hal Robson-Kanu who can’t have been on the pitch for more than a minute. 7mins to go.

@domwindle: Very important goal …. Urz

@BuddyCompton: Well done Reading. Great result. Had a game in hand and made it count.

@marksugar: Loving McDermott’s play to win philosophy, makes such a difference

@JordanNorr1s: Reading have Leeds and Forest to play. In their own hands now…

@RyanDGL: Yes Reading!! So happy with the 3 points….can you marry a football club?

@Samrfc: Quote of the Season said by two ladies today at Reading. “Damn I want Kanu’s babies!” “Nah, gotta be Manset’s!” I burst out laughing…

Goooooaaaaaalllll!!!! Kebe heads home from a Long cross to make it 1-0 to

Twitter Review: Reading 2 – 0 Portsmouth

Rewind time and look at this selection of Tweets from the 2-0 result at the Mad Stad today.


@jeffpovey: Oh Dear. Serious security lapse at Portsmouth Mental Hospitals has led to their inmates escaping & roaming free in Reading Town Centre today

@diddyc_: A win for Reading today would be our 300th victory in the second tier, and their 200th at home.

@SirChrisScott: No Leighertwood today – This is a HUGE blow

@urzz1871: I don’t like it – I’m looking forward to Reading vs Pompey far too much. That usually means I end up disappointed…

@Buster_5265: There really are some decent people left in this world, random guy just saw me walking down road in Reading FC shirt and offered me a lift!

@jystyn: On way to Mad Stadium. Gotta win this one today to give me bragging rights back on the South Coast.

@JonnyFordham: Jobi McAnuff in for Simon Church. Griffin back on the bench but no Hunt, Mills or Leigertwood. Kitson starts for Pompey, no Sonko

@bubbles_1871: http://yfrog.com/h87x3nwj

@DarryllEaton: The giant dishcloth is out, must be a big game  http://t.co/VZmq2Cm
(I’m assuming this is a Pompey fan…)

@iglooant: SHLONG!!!!!

@JonnyFordham: Gooooooaaaall!!! Long smashes it in from 25-yards!

@ajhalls1: Shane Long’s goal for Reading puts us above Nottingham Forest and into the play-offs on goal difference.

@willpetley: Shane Long is by far the best striker in the Championship, unreal!

@Brownie1871: Penalty to Reading Long felled in the box. Pompey defender gets red card

@Matt_Hayle: Play-Offs here we come. 2-0

@Andrew_Bone:In other news, Reading march imperiously into playoff positions. Better book my flight for Wem-ber-lee….

@ajhalls1: Hoping Reading can crack on and score a few today. Goal difference might come into play come the end of the season.

@Talkfb: 21,896 at the Madejski today, 4,000 of those from Portsmouth, biggest home crowd of the season that.

@ReadingFC: FULL TIME!!! 2-0 win for McDermott’s men. This season is only just starting!

@austin_1981: Great win for Reading up to 6th, looking forward to see my team on tues night :o)

@dom_gilbert: To beat Pompey who were unbeaten in 10 with the injuries we still have I’m absolutely proud to be a Reading fan. 6th place & climbing URZ

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