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Poll Result

The last time we had a poll on the site we asked if you thought Reading could win promotion.

Unsurprisingly, after the run we have just had in the league most fans who have a look at this site think we are going to do it with ease.

Slightly less think we can do it via the play offs and less than ten per cent, who are very likely to support other teams don't think promotion is possible for the Royals.

Well just watch us!


Poll Result:

Can we win promotion?

88% say Yes

3% say Via the play offs.

9% say no.




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The Journalist

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Date:Sunday February 19 2006

Time: 3:59PM

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9% need there heads looking at
DP
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19/02/2006 16:13:00

The 12% need their heads read! You could not turn up for half the remaining games and still get auto promotion! Great game at Luton on Friday. Congrats on the equalling of the record and bad luck catching Luton on a day they actually played as they can. Makes it all the more frustrating losing games to the likes of Crewe and Watford who aren't fit to lace Reading's boots. Good luck in the Prem!
scotty
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20/02/2006

cheers
DP
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27/02/2006 21:00:00

Looking at the table it's pretty much a given fact isn't it.
Adie
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01/03/2006 00:32:00

Good luck in the prem though. I've said that through gritted teeth as it's under 5 years since you were a league 1 side :-P
Adie
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01/03/2006 00:33:00

Poll Result: Can we win promotion? 88% say Yes 3% say Via the play offs. 9% say no.
Bell End
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02/03/2006 19:03:00

Steve Coppell popped his head back round the press-room door last night to ask for the code to open the exit door. The Reading manager may not know his way out of Bramall Lane, but he has the key to the Barclays Premiership after this result.
DP
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15/03/2006 13:45:00

 

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