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Bowen acknowledges midweek exploits took their toll on Royals

Posted Sunday, February 09, 2020 by PA12 hits

Manager Mark Bowen blamed Reading’s midweek FA Cup exploits for a tired display in the scrappy 1-1 Sky Bet Championship draw at home to mid-table rivals Hull.The Tigers almost went ahead early on when home goalkeeper Rafael tipped a powerful Marcus Maddison effort on to a post but Reading improved on a poor first-half display and snatched the lead in the 56th minute through Jordan Obita&rs...Full Story »

Dream debut for Bergwijn as Dutchman boosts Spurs beyond Manchester City

Posted Monday, February 03, 2020 by PA24 hits

Steven Bergwijn’s dream debut helped Jose Mourinho get one over his old rival Pep Guardiola as Tottenham beat Manchester City 2-0 in a drama-filled Premier League clash.Bergwijn, a £25million signing from PSV Eindhoven this week, made an immediate impact as he opened the scoring in fine style, with Son Heung-min clinching the most impressive three points of Mourinho’s reign in ...Full Story »

Prince William 'more worried about Aston Villa' than Meghan and Harry royal split

Posted Wednesday, January 15, 2020 by Dailystar.co.uk62 hits

Aston Villa are third from the bottom in the Premier League after losing 6-1 to Manchester City on Sunday Never mind Megxit, William is worried about his beloved Aston Villa ’s ­relegation battle, according to the vice-chairman of the FA. As the nation reels over Prince Harry and Meghan’s plans to quit as senior royals, it is claimed the Duke of Cambridge’s true fears are...Full Story »

'Van Dijk will stand alongside Barnes & Hansen' – Dutch defender has transformed Liverpool, says Redknapp

Posted Tuesday, January 14, 2020 by Goal.com59 hits

The former Reds midfielder admits he is struggling to think of another player who has made such a positive impression after moving clubs Virgil van Dijk will one day stand alongside the likes of John Barnes and Alan Hansen as an all-time great at Liverpool, says Jamie Redknapp, with the Dutch defender considered to have transformed the Reds. It was the arrival of the Netherlands internationa...Full Story »

Bowen pleased with Royals’ character after battling win at Fulham

Posted Thursday, January 02, 2020 by PA26 hits

Mark Bowen praised his Reading players after they showed “enormous character” to pull off a surprise 2-1 win at play-off hopefuls Fulham.Ivan Cavaleiro scored shortly after coming off the bench in the second half, but it was enough as goals from John Swift and Charlie Adam earned the Royals victory.Reading’s first win on New Year’s Day since 2007 means they are now just f...Full Story »

Man Utd stars visit Royal Manchester Children's Hospital to bring Christmas cheer to kids

Posted Wednesday, December 11, 2019 by Thesun.co.uk71 hits

MANCHESTER UNITED stars spread some festive cheer as they paid their annual visit to children in local hospitals. The likes of Marcus Rashford, Fred and Jesse Lingard pulled on Christmas hats to dish out gifts and put smiles on the faces of kids at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital. Manchester United stars spread festive cheer at the local children's hospitalCredit: Getty - Contributor ...Full Story »

Late heartbreak for Northern Ireland as Dutch hit back for victory

Posted Friday, October 11, 2019 by PA55 hits

Northern Ireland suffered heartbreak in Rotterdam as Holland scored twice in stoppage time to snatch a 3-1 victory which leaves Euro 2020 qualification hopes hanging by a thread for Michael O’Neill’s men.Josh Magennis’ 75th-minute header had Northern Ireland dreaming of a victory which would have ranked amongst their greatest results, but it all fell apart late on.Memphis Depay...Full Story »

Koeman praises players after Dutch have ‘great evening’ in Germany

Posted Saturday, September 07, 2019 by PA53 hits

Holland head coach Ronald Koeman hailed a “great evening” after the Dutch recorded their first win in Germany for almost 17 years.Late goals from debutant Donyell Malen and Georginio Wijnaldum sealed a 4-2 victory in Hamburg which puts Koeman’s side right back in contention in Group C qualifying for next year’s European Championship.Not since November 2002 had Holland bea...Full Story »

Gomes poised for another Royals reshuffle

Posted Friday, August 16, 2019 by PA35 hits

There may be further movement in the Reading squad after a midweek Carabao Cup clash against League One side Wycombe ended with a penalty shoot-out victory.The Royals’ boss Jose Gomes shuffled the pack after losing both Sky Bet Championship fixtures so far, handing Brazilian goalkeeper Rafael a debut and giving young midfielder Ovie Ejaria an outing.Rafael is likely to retain his...Full Story »

David Beckham accidentally reveals Wimbledon royal box secret perk

Posted Sunday, July 14, 2019 by Dailystar.co.uk139 hits

DAVID Beckham has inadvertently revealed a secret perk exclusively for tennis fans sitting in the royal box at Wimbledon. Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle put on a united front at the ladies final this afternoon, backing Serena Williams as she was sensationally taken down by Simona Halep. Halep thrashed her rival 6-2 6-2, smashing her hopes of a 24th Grand Slam victory. Kate and Meghan, both...Full Story »

Tottenham 0 Ajax 1: Van de Beek strike puts Dutch side in charge

Posted Wednesday, May 01, 2019 by Goal.com111 hits

Donny van de Beek's 15th-minute goal gave Ajax a first-leg lead against Tottenham in their Champions League last-four tie. Ajax took a big step towards reaching their first Champions League final since 1996 as Donny van de Beek's early strike earned them a 1-0 first-leg advantage at Tottenham in their semi-final clash. Spurs, at this stage of the competition for the first time in over half a...Full Story »

Ajax 1 Juventus 1: Allegri's side hold on against dominant Dutch

Posted Thursday, April 11, 2019 by Goal.com105 hits

Ajax will consider themselves unlucky not to be taking a lead to Turin next week after dominating Juventus at the Johan Cruijff ArenA. David Neres cancelled out Cristiano Ronaldo's header as Ajax and Juventus played out an absorbing 1-1 draw in their Champions League quarter-final first leg on Wednesday. Ronaldo – fit to feature after recovering from a thigh injury suffered on internat...Full Story »

Gomes hails Royals display after draw at QPR

Posted Sunday, December 30, 2018 by PA52 hits

Reading boss Jose Gomes felt his side looked far from relegation strugglers in their 0-0 draw at QPR.Rangers defender Toni Leistner twice fired against the bar at Loftus Road, where the home side finished the match strongly.But second-from-bottom Reading, in their second game under Gomes, were the better team for long spells, especially in the first half. Gomes said: “If you just watched t...Full Story »

First point for Gomes as Royals hold QPR

Posted Sunday, December 30, 2018 by PA25 hits

Reading ended QPR’s winning run, drawing 0-0 at Loftus Road to give new boss Jose Gomes his first Sky Bet Championship point. Rangers defender Toni Leistner went closest to breaking the deadlock, twice hitting the bar.Captain Leistner blasted against the woodwork after Reading had failed to clear Luke Freeman’s corner 10 minutes before half-time.And the German was denied again late o...Full Story »

Netherlands vs France - Ronald Koeman: Dutch win over France would send a strong signal

Posted Thursday, November 15, 2018 by PA126 hits

Holland boss Ronald Koeman knows his side can make a big statement by following up victory over Germany with a toppling of world champions France.After failing to qualify for the World Cup in Russia, Holland put themselves back among the big boys with last month’s 3-0 victory over their great rivals in Amsterdam.That followed a narrow loss to France, who they face in Rotterdam on Friday, i...Full Story »

Dutch football fans hire busty tattooed STRIPPER to invade pitch wearing nothing more than body paint

Posted Wednesday, November 07, 2018 by Thesun.co.uk383 hits

DUTCH fans boosted their country's reputation for "sexy football"... by hiring a busty stripper to invade the pitch during their team's game. Ex-Chelsea and Holland legend Ruud Gullit coined the phrase to describe his home country's fluent style of play. A Dutch team hired a stripper to interrupt their match this weekend But hardcore fans of third-tier Rijnsburgse Boys took things further las...Full Story »

Murray’s mint, says Hughton after Brighton striker sinks teeth into Wolves

Posted Sunday, October 28, 2018 by PA56 hits

Chris Hughton praised the desire of Glenn Murray after he overcame a serious head injury to claim his 100th Brighton goal in the 1-0 win over Wolves.Veteran striker Murray required hospital treatment after being knocked unconscious in last week’s victory at Newcastle.The 35-year-old was determined to return to action at the Amex Stadium on Saturday and made it a century of Albion goals wit...Full Story »

Three and easy for Royals against poor Hull

Posted Saturday, September 22, 2018 by PA43 hits

Reading secured their first points at home in the Championship this season with a 3-0 win over Hull.In a dominant display, Reading took the lead in the fourth minute when striker Sam Baldock forced the ball home following a corner.Hull rarely threatened and were breached again midway through the second half, when top scorer Jon Dadi Bodvarsson slotted in from close range.Defender Andy Yiadom add...Full Story »

Murray’s mint response earns Seagulls a point

Posted Sunday, September 02, 2018 by PA58 hits

Glenn Murray scored a second-half brace as Brighton battled from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Fulham.The veteran striker equalised with a late penalty at the Amex Stadium, having halved the deficit with 23 minutes remaining.Fulham, whose goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli saved a first-half spot-kick from Pascal Gross, looked on course for victory after goals from Andre Schurrle and in-form forward...Full Story »

Clement calls for more resilience from his struggling Royals

Posted Sunday, August 19, 2018 by PA28 hits

Reading manager Paul Clement called on his players to be mentally stronger after they fell to a third successive Sky Bet Championship defeat – 1-0 at home to Bolton.It is the first time Reading have lost their opening three league matches of the season since the 1959-60 campaign.Wanderers were indebted to goalkeeper Ben Alnwick in the first period, when he made excellent saves from the lon...Full Story »

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