Didcot v Royals

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Didcot v Royals

by fallen angel » 14 Jul 2006 21:02

Anyone know the latest?

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by Tankman » 14 Jul 2006 21:05

9-1 according to my source at the game

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by AthleticoSpizz » 14 Jul 2006 21:09

Tankman 9-1 according to my source at the game
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by Borat » 14 Jul 2006 21:12

I've heard it was 0-0 at half time.

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by Tankman » 14 Jul 2006 21:16

AthleticoSpizz
Tankman 9-1 according to my source at the game
who to?


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by Tankman » 14 Jul 2006 21:18

Didcot 1 Reading 9 full time.

Lita scored a couple or three, Kitson, Long, Gunnarsson, Doyle all on the scoresheet.

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by bb0118 » 14 Jul 2006 21:25

Tankman Didcot 1 Reading 9 full time.

Lita scored a couple or three, Kitson, Long, Gunnarsson, Doyle all on the scoresheet.

I can confirm this to be true

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by Chaney » 14 Jul 2006 21:37

Lita scored 4 Long 2 gunnarsson Kitson and Doyle

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by willz_royal » 14 Jul 2006 21:41

anyone up for a quick summary/ report? waht was the conceded goal like?


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by Maryland Royal » 14 Jul 2006 21:49

How did Seol do?

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by Chaney » 14 Jul 2006 21:50

Kickabout in the park, what does it matter we conceded a goal?

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by Chaney » 14 Jul 2006 21:51

Maryland Royal How did Seol do?


I think hes still on holiday

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by jetsetwilly » 14 Jul 2006 21:51

First half was the first 11, ended 3-1 after going 1 down. Bit sloppy all round but improved.

Second half was a complete change of team, we looked a lot more lively, not sure if Didcot changed their whole team as they got a lot worse.

Leroy got 4, looked in good nick.

9-1 Finish

Seol played on the left for the most part, a few neat touches but looked as rusty as the rest of the team.
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by Chaney » 14 Jul 2006 21:52

Chaney
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I think hes still on holiday


correction he played first half and did well

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by readingfc_4_life_and_beyo » 14 Jul 2006 21:57

Nice little game although the reserve/second half side looked more alert and played more around at the start of their half.

Glen Little, not too sure but he didn't look too great, although got into it more as the game went on.

Seol worked well, a couple nice little runs finishing them off with nicely heighted crosses.

Doyle and Kitson looked happy bunnies, as did Gunnarsson, Shorey and Murts. Special mention to Murts, he was a spark today.

Sidwell seem about his normal self, with a few neat balls.

Sonko and Ingi though, were being hassled by a couple of quick strikers, which was causing one or two problems at the back (I think maybe more to the alertness side of their games).

Lita looked in top shape, undoubtably after scoring 4 goals.

All in all a comfortable match for the best part of it, as we'd expect.

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by bracknell loyal royal! » 14 Jul 2006 22:18

Didcot Town 1 (Concannon)
Reading 9 (Gunnarsson, Kitson, Doyle, Lita 4, Long 2)

Steve Coppell's Royals opened their preseason campaign with a comprehensive 9-1 win at Didcot Town's Loop Meadow.

Leroy Lita marked his long-awaited return from injury with four well-taken goals as the visitors ran away with the game in the second half.

Shane Long bagged two meanwhile and both Kitson and Doyle also found themselves on the scoresheet to complete an excellent day's work for the Reading front four.

Seol Ki-Hyeon made an impressive debut in midfield, as boss Coppell gave 21 players a run out, changing his entire outfield playing staff at half time.

Full match report to come soon.

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by John Madejski's Wallet » 14 Jul 2006 22:33

readingfc_4_life_and_beyo Glen Little, not too sure but he didn't look too great, although got into it more as the game went on.


Really?? I thought he looked really sharp. Never failed to stitch his man up and delivered some really nice balls. Was helped by a very attack-minded Murts though.

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by readingfc_4_life_and_beyo » 14 Jul 2006 22:35

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readingfc_4_life_and_beyo Glen Little, not too sure but he didn't look too great, although got into it more as the game went on.


Really?? I thought he looked really sharp. Never failed to stitch his man up and delivered some really nice balls. Was helped by a very attack-minded Murts though.

At the start, he did seem to not be 'all there' as it were, not running at his man like he normally would, but then, as I said, he started to get into it and started making a fool of the full back like normal.

Maybe it was my wording, sorry.

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by Reading_Royal » 14 Jul 2006 23:08

What was the reaction when sidwell got hold of the ball? I hope the Reading fans cheered him to encourage him other than boo him!

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by Millsy » 14 Jul 2006 23:31

Excellent.

I always knew we were better than Didcot.

Stevie Coppell's barmy army!

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