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by readingbedding
28 Jul 2006 17:31
Forum: General Football
Topic: Do you support more than one club?
Replies: 86
Views: 13316

With 18,000 ST holders, there are a lot of old Reading fans coming back into the fold, but I would also say that there are a few who have one eye on another team, but will go to see Premiership football anyhow. Not that I have a problem with that, I just hope that if the wheels fall off (which I hop...
by readingbedding
28 Jul 2006 17:13
Forum: The Team
Topic: Negative Hob Nob Ramblings......
Replies: 62
Views: 10417

It's not for want of trying. Ideally we'd have a couple more new players than we have now but it must be extremely difficult to attract quality players to a club who is playing their first season in the top flight. Coppell is a very astute man, he knows his football 100% and he is not going to buy p...
by readingbedding
13 Jul 2006 15:50
Forum: General Football
Topic: Do you support more than one club?
Replies: 86
Views: 13316

It's not a witch hunt, I'm just interested as to why some people can support two teams. I don't, I only support Reading. So you ran around as a kid wearing a Liverpool kit SpaceLOLoser If I had known that there was a Reading Football Club when I was a kid, then I wouldn't have done so. So you did s...
by readingbedding
13 Jul 2006 15:31
Forum: General Football
Topic: Do you support more than one club?
Replies: 86
Views: 13316

southbank1871 I used to follow Forest, but Reading always came first. I still look out for their results and will watch them if they're on TV


I don't think that would be supporting 2 clubs in my book.
I look out for results of other teams because of old mates, ex's etc.
by readingbedding
13 Jul 2006 15:13
Forum: General Football
Topic: Do you support more than one club?
Replies: 86
Views: 13316

It's not a witch hunt, I'm just interested as to why some people can support two teams.
by readingbedding
13 Jul 2006 15:05
Forum: General Football
Topic: Do you support more than one club?
Replies: 86
Views: 13316

Do you support more than one club?

I'm not talking about liking the way a team plays, I mean support.

I mean switching allegiance.
I mean changing your mind growing up.

Reading this forum there seems to be people who have more than one club in their hearts.

It would be interesting to know why.
by readingbedding
06 Jul 2006 19:57
Forum: The Team
Topic: Seol Ki-Hyeon - FINALLY A SIGNING
Replies: 210
Views: 51565

As somebody said earlier he has played up front so it's good news that we have another striker and don't go with just the 4. I wouldn't be surprised to see Shane Long loaned out to a Championship side to get more regular football. With the new man also able to play out wide (as can Long and Doyle) ...
by readingbedding
06 Jul 2006 18:02
Forum: General Football
Topic: Golden Ball
Replies: 10
Views: 3089

Depends on Sunday.

Either Zidane or Cannavaro.
by readingbedding
29 Jun 2006 23:21
Forum: The Team
Topic: Singing and chanting at Reading FC
Replies: 57
Views: 13146

T-Rex I think it was "Argyle Argyle Argyle"

When we took 4000 to you.


Great!!!

:roll:
by readingbedding
29 Jun 2006 23:17
Forum: The Team
Topic: Singing and chanting at Reading FC
Replies: 57
Views: 13146

Singing and chanting at Reading FC

Can anyone remember their first chant.

Mine was Maurice Evans Blue and White army, but it must go further back than that...

Hoopefully the older or more knowledgable Reading fan can beat that.
by readingbedding
16 May 2006 21:56
Forum: General Football
Topic: What is the most prestigious Treble?
Replies: 29
Views: 4816

Finch is clutching at straws again :roll: Who cares who used less players :lol: It's like saying United's 15 titles is better than Liverpool's 18, because their best ever side was destroyed in 1958 :roll: The people have spoken, the title, fa cup and cl is the only real treble, the rest, whilst bei...
by readingbedding
16 May 2006 14:48
Forum: General Football
Topic: What is the most prestigious Treble?
Replies: 29
Views: 4816

Another manipulation This poll is farced. :roll: I am not saying man utd's is not more prestigous, just Liverpool's in '84 was tougher due to the 3 more games they played, 13 fewer players they used and a new manager at the helm that season, therefore a greater achievement than '99. As I said, I do...
by readingbedding
16 May 2006 13:50
Forum: General Football
Topic: What is the most prestigious Treble?
Replies: 29
Views: 4816

Other factor you have to remeber is that Liverpool had to play teams that were winning European cups and UEFA cups in that era in the league. Manchester United arguably had a relatively weaker field to beat for the title. However comparisons of cups, leagues, etc 15 years apart are kind of meaningl...
by readingbedding
16 May 2006 13:42
Forum: General Football
Topic: What is the most prestigious Treble?
Replies: 29
Views: 4816

Another manipulation This poll is farced. :roll: I am not saying man utd's is not more prestigous, just Liverpool's in '84 was tougher due to the 3 more games they played, 13 fewer players they used and a new manager at the helm that season, therefore a greater achievement than '99. As I said, I do...
by readingbedding
16 May 2006 13:27
Forum: General Football
Topic: What is the most prestigious Treble?
Replies: 29
Views: 4816

What is the most prestigious Treble?

If Reading was to win a Treble - what would it be?
by readingbedding
11 Apr 2006 20:18
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: will you be renewing your season ticket next year?
Replies: 95
Views: 22440

savage 4 england What about me i'm expected to cough up an extra £290. Out of my own money.


there may be a few '15' yr olds who are actually 16 next season.
Wouldn't blame em.
by readingbedding
11 Apr 2006 19:44
Forum: Club Policies
Topic: will you be renewing your season ticket next year?
Replies: 95
Views: 22440

Definitely yes.

100%.

But I feel VERY sorry for the long-standing fans (with young kids in tow or not) who now will be financially pushed out.
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