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  1. Reading v Cardiff

    Cardiff goalscorer Lee Tomlin tells Sky Sports: "It just proves our character. We dig deep and that's what happens when you don't take your foot off the gas". See, still one of ours really...
  2. Reading v Cardiff

    Really enjoy this league. Just have to pinch myself that I am starting to take a real interest in the gap to second!
  3. I thought Forest was on Sky?

    Just getting spoiled recently. It's the other Euro Cup winners we are televised against.
  4. Reading v Cardiff

    Suppose you have to say that is why Cardiff are second, and Reading not really pushing this year. Showed real spirit to get back in to it, seem to be together as a team, and frankly deserved it in the end. Still, two points dropped.
  5. Reading v Cardiff

    Well, Sod's law I suppose. Reading offered very little this half in fairness.
  6. Reading v Cardiff

    Certainly more likely, but clock is now ticking. We would of course win it from here.
  7. Reading v Cardiff

    Got to say, not a bad goal at all.
  8. Reading v Cardiff

    He is such a pantomime figure really, Warnock that is.
  9. Reading v Cardiff

    Always liked Bamba, strikes me a little like their Flint. Kelly the one I have most liked from Reading. If they hold on to this, unbeaten in five and three wins in a row. Just starting to see the team that for finished third last year?
  10. Reading v Cardiff

    The fact being quoted around I think is that Neil Warnock has lost more Football League games (excluding play-offs) against Reading than any other side (16).
  11. Reading v Cardiff

    I guess a neutral would say that about Cardiff, Sheff Utd...and us. Warnock seems to have created a team that is better than the sum of its parts, they have been tight at the back and done well. Just seems they have had a bit more luck with injuries than us, Villa and the likes of Preston. Hopefully turns out to be a really bad day at the office for them this evening.
  12. Reading v Cardiff

    Reading are where I suspect about half a dozen team are at the moment, just thinking 'if we can just get a bit of a run going...'. Looking at Forest, they almost have a freak set of results to be in the top half - 10 wins, 11 defeats, 0 draws.
  13. Reading v Cardiff

    Get in.
  14. Reading v Cardiff

    Cardiff kit makes it look like they are a team of goalies. Cannot shake the thought.
  15. Reading v Cardiff

    Haha, In fairness, not going to be critical of Cardiff fans given the time, televised and the weather today. Interesting mix of styles. Reading much easier on the eye, some nice passing. Cardiff as you would expect much more direct, and arguably more dangerous.