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LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 19: James Collins of West Ham United pictured with his children after the Barclays Premier League match between West Ham United and Reading at the Boleyn Ground on May 19, 2013 in London, England.
That Arsenal won at a canter against Reading says everything about their hunger to stay among the elite top four. Victory enabled them to maintain their four-point deficit to Tottenham, with a game in hand, but they closed the gap to fourth-placed Chelsea from five points to two
During pre-season in Portugal the manager said we wanted a top-ten finish and we've achieved that ... There's no better feeling than when you achieve your objectives in football and it was good to end with a win. That was the main thing for the Joey O'Brien was delighted that West Ham's victory over Reading enabled them to meet their pre-season target of a top-10 finish. fans.
Fulham were tripped up by Reading last week so I think they will be even more keen to sign off with a decent display in their last home game of the season. I think it will be an open game, because neither side can really go anywhere - Fulham are not mathematically safe but they are not in any real danger.More quotes »
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Nottmtails published Former Forest target Nicky Shorey is released by Reading
Nicky Shorey has just become a free agent. The defender is one of five players to have been released by newly relegated Reading today. Fellow left back Ian Harte has also been told he is free to find another club, along with Noel Hunt, Simon Church and Jay 10:07 AM from This Is Nottingham Read more »
Reading keen to keep Pearce as Liverpool circle
2009. Reading have held unsuccessful talks with the Republic of Ireland international over the last 12 months but the club's director of football Nick Hammond has revealed he is set for fresh talks with the defender. He said: "We have been speaking to him 5/23/13 from talkSPORT.co.uk Read more »
Sweeping changes at Reading
but he is deemed surplus to requirements as well. "Every one of the players leaving this summer has played in a part in the club's recent success and on behalf of the club I would like to wish them all well for the future," said director of football Nick Hammond. 5/23/13 from Sporting Life Read more »
Reading release Hunt, Harte and Shorey
have announced that Noel Hunt, Ian Harte and Nicky Shorey will leave the club following their Premier League relegation. The Royals won the npower Championship title last year but will make an immediate return to the second tier after finishing 19th.The Berkshire 5/23/13 from Irish Independent Read more »
Five players leave relegated Reading
finished, to have a further conversation with Alex and his representatives to understand his thoughts and give him the club's final position." Forward Hunt, 30, has been at Reading since 2008 making more than 150 appearances and scoring 39 goals. Veteran defender 5/23/13 from BBC News Read more »