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Royle Seal Of Approval.

Visiting Ipswich boss Joe Royle says Reading have the strength in depth to mount a realistic promotion challenge.

Royle quoted from the official site said: 'Reading are probably a bit stronger than last season. I am not surprised by their progress and they will be there for the duration. They stopped scoring goals last season but have brought in Leroy Lita and he has solved that problem for them.'

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Date:Sunday October 16 2005

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Royle quoted from the official site said: 'Reading are probably a bit stronger than last season. I am not surprised by their progress and they will be there for the duration. They stopped scoring goals last season but have brought in Leroy Lita and he has solved that problem for them.'
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07/03/2006 18:51:00

Royle quoted from the official site said: 'Reading are probably a bit stronger than last season. I am not surprised by their progress and they will be there for the duration. They stopped scoring goals last season but have brought in Leroy Lita and he has solved that problem for them.'
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14/03/2006 16:44:00

Royle quoted from the official site said: 'Reading are probably a bit stronger than last season. I am not surprised by their progress and they will be there for the duration. They stopped scoring goals last season but have brought in Leroy Lita and he has solved that problem for them.'
DP
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14/03/2006 16:44:00

Royle quoted from the official site said: 'Reading are probably a bit stronger than last season. I am not surprised by their progress and they will be there for the duration. They stopped scoring goals last season but have brought in Leroy Lita and he has solved that problem for them.'
DP
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14/03/2006 16:44:00

Royle quoted from the official site said: 'Reading are probably a bit stronger than last season. I am not surprised by their progress and they will be there for the duration. They stopped scoring goals last season but have brought in Leroy Lita and he has solved that problem for them.'
DP
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14/03/2006 16:44:00

Royle quoted from the official site said: 'Reading are probably a bit stronger than last season. I am not surprised by their progress and they will be there for the duration. They stopped scoring goals last season but have brought in Leroy Lita and he has solved that problem for them.'
DP
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14/03/2006 16:44:00

Royle quoted from the official site said: 'Reading are probably a bit stronger than last season. I am not surprised by their progress and they will be there for the duration. They stopped scoring goals last season but have brought in Leroy Lita and he has solved that problem for them.'
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14/03/2006 16:45:00

 

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