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Rosey Praises Team Mates

Reading right-back Liam Rosenior has praised his team mates Jimmy Kebe and Noel Hunt for their part in Reading's great start to the season.

Rosenior, who has been in impressive form himself, believes Hunt, who has got four league goals to his name already, has been a key figure in Reading's great performances in recent weeks.

He said, 'He's been a catalyst for us and he's been a real spark with his attitude.

'He's been chasing everything - he scored a fantastic header on Saturday and it shows his character that he was running for another 20 minutes afterwards!'

'He's been doing really well and hopefully it can continue'.

Hunt's goal on Saturday was provided by Jimmy Kebe, who went on to set-up Stephen Hunt for his goal. Rosenior has been equally impressed with Kebe's performances and believes he is gelling with the Malian winger.

'Jimmy got in two fantastic crosses and we scored two goals from them. It's gone well for us together down the right and now hopefully we can keep it up throughout the season.'




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Writer: Chris Kitley Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 8 2008

Time: 1:39PM

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