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This is what Stephen Hunt wants to see, all of Readings players pulling together in the right direction to get us out of whatever trouble we might currently be in.

Reading go into the game with Derby on Sunday off the back of he 7-4 defeat at Portsmouth last Saturday, but Derby have not won away all season, in fact they have not picked up a point so far so this is a huge game as Stephen Hunt told the Reading Chronicle, "It's a big game for us and we think we can win it. Then again, I bet Derby County will be thinking the same after our last result."

The winger also said it is a time for Reading to show solidarity and not look to pass the buck, finger pointing will get us nowhere, "We've got to keep our heads up and stick together. I've seen this before when teams down the bottom were quick to point the finger at each other last season," Hunt also told the Reading Chronicle.

"We can't allow ourselves to fall into that trap."

Reading have got to where we have through showing this kind of approach, as well as hard work and commitment of course, but times have always been good, it is now time to show that this is still the case even when the going isn't so good.

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Date:Friday October 5 2007

Time: 10:00AM

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This is the only way, it is a team game when one fails we all fail. Individual errors sometimes cost you but you all take it as a team. Solidarity will get us through this tough time; finger pointing and passing the blame will make things worse.
Madejski Royal
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05/10/2007 10:00:00

The man talks a lot of sense.
sonko is superman
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07/10/2007 00:04:00

 

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