RFC v Middlesbrough - ON AIR reaction thread

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RFC v Middlesbrough - ON AIR reaction thread

by Ollie » 18 Aug 2006 14:21

Hello!

First one of these of the season: anything you post here is liable to find its way on air or into our online coverage, with your name/username attached of course.

Post your own match previews, reaction to the commentary if you're listening to BBC Radio Berkshire on Saturday afternoon, reaction after the game, and anything else you like, as long as it's vaguely Reading v Boro related.

If you're at the game you can text 07786 202 303.

In case you missed it this morning, in the Fantasy Football Joel's gone for 2-1 to Boro, I've gone for 2-1 Reading, and the number of entries is well into three figures...

Friday Night Football Show - 6pm

Tim wants questions for Glen Little - his contract issue, his injury, anything else you might have wanted to ask.

He'll also want to know how you think the team will shape up for the Boro game, and I'll be getting his Fantasy Football prediction.

Let us know here or call the phone-in - 0845 900 1041 - from 6pm.

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by OzBiscuit2004 » 18 Aug 2006 14:26

I will be in the HNA? chatroom, can you give out a shout to all the Royals in Australia. Even though we can't hear it someone in the chat room is usually tuned in.

Cheers

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by Readingfanman » 18 Aug 2006 14:30

Come on Urz. This is the only shot at the 1st game in the premiership you'll ever get. Take the oppurtunity.

RFM

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by Ollie » 18 Aug 2006 14:33

OzBiscuit2004 I will be in the HNA? chatroom, can you give out a shout to all the Royals in Australia. Even though we can't hear it someone in the chat room is usually tuned in.

Cheers

Oz


You can always listen online to the Friday night show and most of the sports show each matchday, just not the match commentary itself which we have to block.

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by OzBiscuit2004 » 18 Aug 2006 14:37

Ollie
OzBiscuit2004 I will be in the HNA? chatroom, can you give out a shout to all the Royals in Australia. Even though we can't hear it someone in the chat room is usually tuned in.

Cheers

Oz


You can always listen online to the Friday night show and most of the sports show each matchday, just not the match commentary itself which we have to block.


Yeah , no worries, will do. I was interviewed by BBC Berks in about 1994 by a bloke called John who supported Stoke. It was played before a match (can't remember which one). I still have the tape at home somewhere.


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by URZZZZZZZZ » 18 Aug 2006 16:47

Question for Glen

How was your loan spell with Bolton, and do you treat it as a good experience, or a waste of time? Will this experience of the Premiership give you a good stepping stone to making the leap again?

I dunno about the phrasing of it, I was always rubbish at English. Feel free to make it sound better, just keep the same gist!

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by Barry the bird boggler » 18 Aug 2006 17:03

Please ask Glen what changed his game from his first season with us to last year when he was outstanding.

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by Alan Titchmarsh » 18 Aug 2006 17:13

Ask Glen if he's up to date with his gardening jobs, should be concentrating dead heading the border perennials to promote a longer flowering period.....

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by premiership_bound » 18 Aug 2006 17:14

What do the players really think of the new home shirts and does their stitching come undone.

Seriously, does it make any difference what the shirt is like?

Who does Glen think is best equipped to take his place while he is injured, Soel or Oster?


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by cheeryoleary » 18 Aug 2006 17:16

If Glen was a biscuit, what biscuit would he be?

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by Barry the bird boggler » 18 Aug 2006 17:17

premiership_bound What do the players really think of the new home shirts and does their stitching come undone.

Seriously, does it make any difference what the shirt is like?

Who does Glen think is best equipped to take his place while he is injured, Soel or Oster?


Or Coppell :lol:

Seriously though can he give us another impression of the gaffer.

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by B16 » 18 Aug 2006 17:18

Ask him how many beans make five

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by cheeryoleary » 18 Aug 2006 17:24

Do you think there will ever be a boy that can swim as fast as a shark?


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by Ollie » 18 Aug 2006 18:02

Lovely, ta. Last call for questions, have passed a selection of the above to Tim...

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by cheeryoleary » 18 Aug 2006 18:06

Ollie Lovely, ta. Last call for questions, have passed a selection of the above to Tim...


I trust you have passed my questions :wink:

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by Ollie » 18 Aug 2006 18:08

cheeryoleary
Ollie Lovely, ta. Last call for questions, have passed a selection of the above to Tim...


I trust you have passed my questions :wink:


One of them :wink:

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by cheeryoleary » 18 Aug 2006 18:15

Rich Tea! GET IN! (Did I hear Glen say oxf*rd?)

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by Readingfanman » 18 Aug 2006 19:01

Was a good listen. First time I've tuned in on a Friday , will defientley be tuning in every week.

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by Slinky » 18 Aug 2006 19:11

i didn't even know there was a friday night radio programme but i too will tune in each week and add some questions nice one BBC Berks

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by Readingfanman » 18 Aug 2006 22:03

Slinky i didn't even know there was a friday night radio programme but i too will tune in each week and add some questions nice one BBC Berks
Nice loss in Masterbrain. :wink:

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