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Big Screen At The Mad Stad?

Big Screen At The Mad Stad?

There is a chance that there could be a giant screen erected at the Mad Stad so that Royals fans can watch the game between Leeds United and Crystal Palace.

If Reading win their next two games and Leeds lose the game against Palace on March 21st, then Reading will be officially a Premiership club.

And if things go according to plan before the game, Palace will be attracting a lot of outside support from Royals fans.

Spokesman Andy West said: 'We're aware it's a possibility and we'll look into it should it arise.'


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:
Date:Thursday March 9 2006
Time: 6:22PM

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Dream On and get real. After what you saw last week and what Leeds have done since Christmas! There is little chance of Palace getting anything especially at Elland Road, where Reading & Sheffield escaped with lucky draws, and Watford were battered. Expect to have star defender Mathew Killagon and Eric Bakke fit by this game. Leeds home record is excellent, and after thoroughly out playing an inform Palace in their ground, with 2nd place now in our reach Leeds will be even tougher. Super Leeds.
sunshine whites
09/03/2006 19:22:00
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Leeds are about as tough as my arse cheeks, you are going nowhere this season, the sooner you get used to that, the less disappointed you will be.
DP
09/03/2006 21:25:00
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D.P. Have you looked at the league, any games or read any reports recently, ? No idea which planet your on but your comment is not based on reality, nor concurrent with any impartial, educated or recognized opinion. Looking at Norwich away form we cannot wait, have you actually seen our home form is second only to Reading. If you consider having enough points at this stage to be in contention for 2ND PLACE AUTOMATIC PROMOTION going nowhere, dream on.
sunshine whites
10/03/2006 18:39:00
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You carry on talking out of your arse you yorkshire knob, it will be great to ram your daft messages down your throat at the end of the season you are going nowhere and you are nothing
DP
10/03/2006 21:06:00
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Sunshine Whites,..... I think todays result against Norwich proves beyond doubt that you, like all Leeds fans, talk out of your arse and are going NOWHERE.
DP
11/03/2006 17:01:00
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Great result for Leeds, er I guess you missed you had a draw also and Sheffield lost? The facts and table position do not lie, I acknowledge Reading have been the best this year, but as good as they have been however neither they, or the blunts have been able to beat Leeds. DP you are obviously an utter Gobs**te going no where.
sunshine whites
12/03/2006 22:29:00
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What does not lie kid is that you proclaim you are so good and yet you struggled to draw with Norwich. But keep up the crap, It'll give me an extra laugh at the end of the season when we're all pissing ourselves at you for failing.
DP
13/03/2006 11:20:00
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Perhaps if you scroll up and reread what I actually said you will see point was you were dreaming about winning the league on a Palace win! on several accounts: 1. Leeds convincingly beating Palace at there ground there is little hope of them getting anything at Elland Road. 2. As you did not win Saturday its all academic anyway. You are just jealous as Leeds are a big club with fantasic history, and the best fans that are loyal through all the tough times and bull. When we are back in Europe all you one season wonders with chep shot insults will be forgotten. Sincerely enjoy your moment if glory for this year as it is deserved, and we know better than any things can and do change very quickly. Showing some respect and dignity will also greatly improve the quality of your postings and avoid embaressment to your club.
sunshine whites
13/03/2006 14:47:00
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Still here? Look, your team is s**t, you are going nowhere, get used to that fact.
DP
13/03/2006 18:36:00
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So if we are s**t and we beat Watford what are you? You could not even score against them?
sunshine whites
13/03/2006 21:57:00
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