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Sonko Part of Strong Reserve Side

Reading welcome Ibrahima Sonko back into the team tonight, unfortunately this is only the reserve team, for that match with Fulham.

A strong looking side, which will also include first team regulars Ulises De La Cruz, Emerse Fae, Shane Long and Bobby Convey will see Sonko take his place on the bench as he looks for his first football since getting injured back in January.

Should Sonko get on, and come through the match okay he will be closer to the original target of the Carling Cup match with Liverpool next week as his senior return.

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Date:Tuesday September 18 2007

Time: 5:00PM

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Reading are putting out a really strong side again tonight, with so many players that are, or have featured in the first team this season playing. It was be really good to see Sonko back, so all being well he can play a part tonight.
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