Reading v Hull: Up the Dinghy!
What a win that was last weekend! The game against Swansea had it all, and afterall we did predict a break from England would do the lads good. Scoring three goals away from home is excellent and the manner of the victory lifted spirits are a somewhat difficult patch, both on and off the pitch.
Three goals, three points, plenty of positives and, perhaps most importantly, a team of smiles.
Andy Carroll opened his Reading account, much to the delight of the Reading faithful, and well, his celebration was a fitting one. His goal also meant that we were able to give away his number 9 shirt to one lucky winner on twitter. Well done and cherish the beautiful shirt!
The Hull game promises to be special too… and we’re happy to add to the occasion as we will be using our Rainbow goals to help mark the Stonewall Rainbow Laces initiative with a bang. Last season, we used the same nets in Reading’s 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest, so we’re hoping they are a good omen for Reading. We’d love to see Andy Carroll ripple those nets with a golazo too!
The same nets will be in place for Reading Women’s game v Chelsea next Saturday 11th December. That game is live on Sky and we can’t wait to see them in action too. Chelsea are having a fantastic season and sit in second spot, and a win for Reading would be huge in front of a home crowd.
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Hull are only one point above Reading in the table, so a win would pull the Dinghy further up the river (sorry, we had to!) Chipping away at that points deduction is vitally important to continue pushing for a respectable position in the league table.
The visitors have lost their previous two games, and now is a good moment to play them. Interestingly, they failed to score in their last two defeats, so aiming for a clean sheet would be sensible.
Last season, Reading failed to overcome the Tigers, with a home defeat and an away draw being played out.
Three points are the order of the day, and this would set us up for a good December – which is always a crucial month in English football. We’ve got five games in a short period of time to look forward to so this will be a vital month.
So get down to the Hull game, see our Rainbow goals and hopefully they’ll bring some luck on the day.
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