The place to keep track of RFC players at the World Cup

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Re: The place to keep track of RFC players at the World Cup

by Sutekh » 25 Nov 2022 19:09

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Hound Baba with an assist today


And an assist of sorts for Portugal's second goal as well, should have been intercepting the pass really.

Only saw the last 25-30 minutes after work but seemed as if he had a decent enough game going forward on the few opportunities he did and he did well with the assist, if he could show more of that with us then I think he'd be rated a lot more.


Aside from the two mixed moments you mention thought he had a quietly impressive game. His crossing was something that did make me think. They didn't always come off but he put them in good areas and tried to get them in early too, so do we just not make the most of them? Not sure when he last got an assist for us.

If he played like that for us there wouldn't be any doubt about his place in the team IMO.


Perhaps the anticipation of going to the World Cup was holding his game back a little esp. with Reading’s injury record. Anyway we shall see when he returns whether or not his game improves.

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Re: The place to keep track of RFC players at the World Cup

by mikey_1871 » 27 Nov 2022 17:32

Hoilett has come off the bench vs Croatia

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Re: The place to keep track of RFC players at the World Cup

by Franchise FC » 27 Nov 2022 18:00

mikey_1871 Hoilett has come off the bench vs Croatia

At least he'll be back soon

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Re: The place to keep track of RFC players at the World Cup

by AthleticoSpizz » 27 Nov 2022 18:17

Will probably get the start in their final game

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Re: The place to keep track of RFC players at the World Cup

by Half Horse » 27 Nov 2022 18:36

AthleticoSpizz Will probably get the start in their final game

And pick up an injury. :lol:


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Re: The place to keep track of RFC players at the World Cup

by Sutekh » 03 Dec 2022 08:18

Loum is the only remaining Reading player at the finals now. He may, though, get some game time with Senegal v England on Sunday as Gueye serves a suspension.

Meanwhile Reading have arranged a game to play Luton in a behind closed doors friendly this PM.

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Re: The place to keep track of RFC players at the World Cup

by Sutekh » 04 Dec 2022 08:06

Sutekh Meanwhile Reading have arranged a game to play Luton in a behind closed doors friendly this PM.


Drew 1-1 (Andy Carroll penalty).

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Re: The place to keep track of RFC players at the World Cup

by gazzer, loyal royal » 04 Dec 2022 11:11

Heard a very loose rumour that if England win tonight, apparently championship clubs have the option to move sat 10th games to 12:30 to allow fans to get to watch the England game at 19:00

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Re: The place to keep track of RFC players at the World Cup

by genome » 04 Dec 2022 12:01

I'd just stick around the stadium and watch it at the bar, would probably be decent to watch it with a bunch of other RFC fans


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Re: The place to keep track of RFC players at the World Cup

by The Royal Forester » 04 Dec 2022 13:31

gazzer, loyal royal Heard a very loose rumour that if England win tonight, apparently championship clubs have the option to move sat 10th games to 12:30 to allow fans to get to watch the England game at 19:00

Not a rumour. The EFL said some time ago that the games on that day can be moved providing both clubs agree. I don't think a specified time was stated.

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