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Squad numbers announced

Their have been a number of changes in the new squad numbers for the upcoming season and Gylfi Sigurdsson is the new number 8. He takes that shirt from the departed Marek Matejovsky, with new boys Andy Griffin and Marcus Williams taking shirts 2 and 3. Chris Armstrong, who could be forced to retire, will make to do with 33.


Brian Howard has decided to keep the number 34 shirt, but Shaun Cummings moves to 24 with a number of young pro's also being given their first team numbers.


The full list is -

1. Adam Federici
2. Andy Griffin
3. Marcus Williams
4. Kalifa Cisse
5. Matt Mills
6. Brynjar Gunnarsson
7. Jay Tabb
8. Gylfi Sigurdsson
9. Shane Long
10. Noel Hunt
11. Jobi McAnuff
12. David Mooney
13. READING FANS
14. Jimmy Kebe
15. (No Player)
16. Ivar Ingimarsson
17. James Henry
18. Simon Church
19. Hal Robson Kanu
20. Jem Karacan
21. Ben Hamer
22. Julian Kelly
23. Grzegorz Rasiak
24. Shaun Cummings
25. Jake Taylor
26. Alex Pearce
27. Scott Davies
28. Michail Antonio
29. Nicholas Bignall
30. Abdulai Bell Baggie
31. Mikkel Andersson
32. Jacob Walcott
33. Chris Armstrong
34. Brian Howard
35. Michael Hector
36. Jack Mills
37. (No Player)
38. James Rowe
39. (No Player)
40. (No Player)
41. Alex McCarthy
42. Simon Locke
43. (No Player)
44. Danny Joyce




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Writer: Steve Guscott  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 7 2010

Time: 9:40PM

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