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Doyle Eyes Record

Doyle Eyes Record

Reading need just four points from their remaining two league fixtures to beat Sunderland’s record points haul and Kevin Doyle believes it can be done.

The Royals went through 100 points when they swept aside Stoke City on Monday in a 3-1 victory that saw Coppell make six changes to the side that drew at Leeds

Reading have a game at Sheffield Wednesday coming up and then finish the season off with a home game against Queens Park Rangers, four points from the two games would put them on 106 points, one more than Sunderland’s record.

Doyle told the Evening Post: “The record amount of points is definitely still on. One draw and a win will do and if we keep playing the way we are we’ll do it.

“Sheffield Wednesday are now safe so the pressure is off them. It would also be great to score 100 goals. Four goals in two games can be done. We’ve been scoring all season and it would be a great way to finish the season.”

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Date:Tuesday April 18 2006
Time: 9:12PM

Comments

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Seeing who you have to play, i think you should get the record. But can the players motivate themselves enough?
FEn_100
19/04/2006 11:01:00
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Or even the fans on here to reply,lololol
FEn_100
20/04/2006 04:21:00
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You should get the record. Easy as breathing!
BigYid
21/04/2006 14:31:00
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still think it can be done? a win in the last game should see you through
vertigo_red
25/04/2006 13:23:00
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Saw ranger play against shef utd and they looked alot the better team, so dont go thinking it will be easy, look at how we did at wedneday we didnt play well at all and were lucky to get a draw near the end!We however just need to play r our game and really go for it and we can do it!
redfox
28/04/2006 12:12:00
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