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Rosenior Set for Royals Debut

Liam Rosenior is line for his debut this weekend as Reading travel to the Stadium of Light to face Sunderland, in a crucial Premiership match.

The former England under 21 arrived at the Madejski Stadium on transfer deadline day, as Seol Ki-Hyeon went the other way to Fulham, but arrived to late in the day to be able to feature the following day.

He has since played a couple of reserve fixtures to get up to speed and Steve Coppell has hinted at a possible debut this weekend, most likely in a right sided midfield role.

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Date:Friday September 14 2007

Time: 3:00PM

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I'm looking forward to seeing Rosenior play his first match for Reading as I really do think he is a fine young talent. I liked Seol Ki-Hyeon, who I believe is underrated, but in the longer term Reading have got the better end of the swap deal.
Madejski Royal
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14/09/2007 13:34:00

should be a great player for you, we have shoot our selves in the foot with that deal
Backslash2010
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14/09/2007 15:10:00

I am sure he will be, Fulham shouldn't have let him go, although Seol will do well for you lot.
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17/09/2007 18:09:00

 

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