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Reading starting to look a little dangerous, starting to control the midfield now.

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Bola plays a beautiful through ball into Johnson in the box but he shanks it about 10 yards wide in the end.

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Just now, HoyteForLeftBack said:

What was the clapping for?

A banner calling the EFL *** I think.

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2 minutes ago, Brunners said:

A banner calling the EFL *** I think.

It was the for the fan who died midweek wasn't it?

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Reading assistant booked after Clayton clattered through Meite, Reading were adamant it was an elbow and a red card. Nothing doing, and Reading are mad.

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Just now, BoroJake said:

It was the for the fan who died midweek wasn't it?

I was just going on what the commentators were saying, they were reading out a banner about the EFL.

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No way this ends 0-0.

We've been good in spells, but yet again it's a consistency thing. Had a few good openings but nothing super clear cut,

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Bit of a boring game, but if Britt was an inch taller we would have a couple of goals. 

1-0 either way this in the second half

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It's nice to have a half with no major refereeing decisions as well. In fact we may have got away with one depending on your view of the Clayton incident.

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We have the ball in the net after a beautiful training ground move from a free kick but I think Britt stepped forward too early and it's called back for offside ?

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