Date:Wednesday September 19 2007
It is true the that current run of form being shown by Reading is a worry, but skipper Graeme Murty has laughed off crisis talks, but thinks it is time for the Royals to dig deep and get out of a spot of bother.
"Is it hell a crisis?" Murty told the Reading Evening Post. "There are 32 games to go and a lot of points to play for.
"Teams have good and bad patches and we are having ours at the moment. We know we haven't reached the high standards we have set for ourselves.
"I really don't think it is one big problem, it's just little things we can improve on."
Murty also feels that Reading need to get more aggressive as they are too nice, they have to take games to the opposition and get in their face, which they do.
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