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Reading FC news from Sunday, July 23, 2017

- We look at the reasons behind the decline in atmosphere at the Madejski Stadium. Reading fans are a pretty divided bunch. With no proper rivalry to bring the fans together they instead direct their negativity towards each other. Part of it is without doubt down to social media, which seems to bring out the worst in people, and Reading fans are far from the only ones who look down on their own, but

- The winger stressed how motivated the Royals are to go one better than last season. It's been a difficult seven months for Callum Harriott. Having signed for Reading last summer, he showed glimpses of real talent in the games he played, most notably when he netted a brace in the EFL Cup against MK Dons and on Boxing Day when he smashed home a 90th minute screamer to wrap up a 3-1 win over Norwich

Reading FC news from Saturday, July 22, 2017

- Once again, the club came up with an innovative way to unveil the new strips. Launching last season's kit into space was going to take some beating, but I'd say that Reading's marketing team came pretty close as they decided to use virtual reality to reveal the team's new shirts ahead of the 2017/18 season. Down at the Madejski Stadium this morning, the media, followed by 100 competition winning

- According to the Reading Chronicle, Idrissa Sylla could be on his way to Reading. He scored ten goals for the R’s last season as the club finished 18th in the Championship.Sylla was left out of the clubs pre-season trip to Germany which has raised questions over his future. The Royals are reported to be interested in bringing the Guinean to the Madejski.Reading have already signed striker Jón Daði

Reading FC news from Friday, July 21, 2017

- Jaap Stam's Reading came agonisingly close to a return to the Premier League last season, but will have to make-do with another campaign in the Championship next time round.The Royals produced an excellent term to finish third in the division, and then booked their place in the play-off final at Wembley following a 2-1 aggregate victory over Fulham in the semi-finals.Yet they were unable to achiev

- According to The Sun, Reading have made a bid of £4m for Brighton and Hove Albion's striker, Tomer Hemed. Jaap Stam is keen to add to his Reading squad this summer, with the hope he can lead the Royals back to the Premier League, after taking them within 90 minutes of a return last season.Yann Kermorgant led the Reading line last season, impressing with 19 goals from 45 appearances, including the

- In his Tilehurst End debut, Chris Ballard looks back at the 2012/13 Premier League campaign and why Reading were relegated straight back down to the Championship. April 17th 2012 is a day I will not forget as a Reading fan as that was the day we secured our return to the Premier League. Hearing Tim Dellor scream over the radio that Mikele Leigertwood had bundled Ian Harte's free kick past Nottingh

- According to the Irish Sun, Middlesbrough and Birmingham City are among a number of Sky Bet Championship clubs to enquire about Reading's Jordan Obita.  The versatile Reading man is entering the final 12-months of his contract at the Madejski Stadium and has not held talks with the Royals about a possible extension.Obita is on Garry Monk's radar at Middlesbrough, with the 38-year-old keen to add a