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Prem survival poll - results

Reading fans seem quietly confident on their sides chances this year after the following results from Vital Football's How confident are you of Reading's Premiership survial poll.

The results are:

Very confident 27%
Hopeful 32%
Unsure 15%
Pessimistic 9%
Doomed Already 17%

One thing is for sure, the team are going to need your full support, whether at home or away, and in any shape or form you are able to give it so get right behind the boys this season as they give it their best shot in making the whole area proud of having such a great football team to call our own.




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Date:Friday August 25 2006

Time: 12:22AM

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Good start against Middlesborough who have already beaten Chelsea now. Small glich against Villa but the signs are encouraging. The winter always sorts the men out from the boys so it will be interesting to see how they go.
pompeygray
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25/08/2006 03:58:00

I've been impressed by the start you've made and the fact that unlike previously promoted teams you dont sit back and play for a draw. Kevin Doyle seems to be a good player as does that Korean bloke, i wont attempt to spell his name, with him providing the ammunition and with Kitson, Doyle and Lita up front you could do well, what i like about Reading is that there are no prima donnas just honest pros who always give 100 per cent. Good Luck this season.
Kanchelskis
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25/08/2006 19:45:00

i couldn't vote bcuz there is no *****in chance...
11111
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26/08/2006 09:06:00

Chelsea were having a bad day against boro. We stuffed em 4-0 away. Rlegeation is coming your way, believe me
POMPEYMEV
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02/09/2006 04:26:00

Even if you guys survive, you'll be in the mix to the end. Get ready for a long hard season!
Tantona
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04/09/2006 03:17:00

 

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