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12th Man: It's time to make a decisive move

Another home game and another defeat and Malky Mackay’s days as Wigan Athletic manager are surely numbered. Latics might have been unlucky with the two offside decisions but overall they lacked any great conviction and rarely looked capable of overcoming a fairly average Cardiff team. 438 more words

Wigan Athletic

McCann? Evans? Gattuso?! Who’ll be the next Posh manager?

Grant McCann – 1/1

A former Posh captain and a fan favourite, McCann recently left London Road to pursue a career at boyhood club Linfield. Despite having been at the Northern Irish club less than six months he’s back in England coaching the Peterborough team in his spare time. 859 more words


Clarke may get West Brom shot

Reading manager Steve Clarke may get an opportunity to face his formed managerial club West Bromwich Albion as the Scot will sustain a moment of piquancy in the draw for the quarter-finals of the English FA Cup after his current side’s English Championship victory after his victory at league high-flying Derby County on Saturday which maintained The Royals’ unexpected progress. 295 more words


Southampton: Proving Me Wrong Since January 2013

I’m not one to shy away from admitting when I get something wrong, and so it is time to pay tribute to Southampton F.C. for twice making me look like a complete fool. 680 more words


Steve Clarke giving cause for careful optimism at Reading FC

Given that the club has enjoyed unquestionably its most successful period over the last decade or so, as a Reading supporter it can often feel a touch ungrateful to complain about any particularly tricky spells encountered by the club either on or off the pitch. 1,164 more words

Reading FC

Steve Clarke: What has he changed at Reading FC? - Part 2

Five things we learnt from the 2-1 win against Norwich!

Alex Pearce is once again at the heart of the defence and it’s obvious that he’s been given licence to clear his lines as and when he wants to. 255 more words


Steve Clarke: What has he changed at Reading FC?

I can’t remember the last time I enjoyed hearing about a Reading game as much as Sunday’s 2-1 win against Norwich City. It had everything. Quality, passion and controversy. 416 more words