Date:Tuesday September 18 2007
After exceeding all expectations last season Reading have found the going tough so far this season, with defeat to Sunderland last Saturday leaving them stranded in the bottom three.
With only one victory this season Reading are already being written off by many, but latest recruit Liam Rosenior is not buying into this, "Every team in the Premiership will go through a bad run - even two or three bad runs. It is how you bounce back from them," Rosenior told the media.
"We're positive lads and positive as a group - and I think that the last half hour at Sunderland showed that."
Reading have the players and ability to get out of trouble, and this early into the season it would be crazy to panic too much, but the bad run needs to end, and the sooner the better.
The match with Wigan at the Madejski is a match that can't be lost though, as home matches will be crucial this season.
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