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As the Christmas season comes to an end so does our festive themed poll. We asked everyone who was willing to answer on the Vital Football network:

What would you give the Royals for Christmas?

Given the choices of, 9points, Big name signings in the transfer window, Steve Sidwell penning a new deal or guaranteed premiership football next year.

30percent thought that guaranteed Premiership football would be the best present the Royals could receive for Christmas, while only 12 would have given big names in the new transfer window.

Steve Sidwell signing a new deal earned 22% of the vote, the pivotal player still has yet to make this Christmas wish come true, although there is still time…

A slender majority of 36% of you believed that the best present the Royals could receive would be 9points in the Christmas games, well it was a tall order and it seems Santa could not quite deliver with tough away games at Chelsea and Man Utd.

But Father Christmas did show us that he had a little magic in his stocking for Reading, a 2-2 draw at Chelsea was a freat result and we didn`t half give Man Utd a go either and to top it all off a brilliant 6-0 drubbing of the Hammers to see the New Year in with.

Merry Christmas Reading fans…


Please take part in our new poll, we`d like to know:

Who is Your Reading Player of The Year For 2006?

We have shortlisted these six players as the best over the whole 12months of 2006 and want to know which you think is most deserving of the title of Reading Vital Football's Player Of the Year 06!!

Steve Sidwell

Kevin Doyle

Nicky Shorey

Ibrahima Sonko

Graeme Murty

Glen Little


Please bare in mind the Championship games from the early part of 2006 as well as last years Premiership games, happy voting!

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Date:Tuesday January 2 2007
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