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Under-18s: Chelsea 6-2 Reading

Chelsea returned to Under-18 league action after a prolonged international and Easter break ob Saturday and did so in some style, hammering Reading 6-2 at Cobham in a stunning second half display. Trailing by a goal to nil at half time, the young Blues simply blew away their visitors from Berkshire with half a dozen

Arsenal drawn away in Continental Cup

Arsenal Ladies have been drawn away to Reading Women in the FA WSL Continental Cup with the tie to be played on the weekend of the 2nd/3rd of July. Following protests from many clubs last season, the competition has been revamped in the hope of creating a more interesting format. The new competition format includes a

Palace Desperately Hoping That FA Cup Lightning Can Strike Again At Reading

The thrill of a FA Cup quarter-final would normally have us frothing at the mouth with eager anticipation. The fact that Palace have also been drawn against the only non-Premier league side left in the competition should get the juices flowing but the recent slump in league form has cast a pall over the club. […] The post Palace Desperately Hoping That FA Cup Lightning Can Strike Again At Reading appeared first on Hopkin Looking To Curl One.

FA Cup Preview – Reading

The two sides face each other in the FA Cup quarter final for the first time since a pre-season friendly in August 2012 as Eagles boss Alan Pardew returns to the club that he left acrimoniously to join West Ham United. Both clubs will see this match as a pivotal The post FA Cup Preview – Reading appeared first on TheEaglesBeak.

Burn After Reading

My school friend Matthew is just back from the trip of a lifetime. His journey began just after Christmas, and after flying to Cape Town, he has sailed South, stopping off at the Falkland Islands, before heading off to see what the good people at the Antarctic Survey get up The post Burn After Reading appeared first on TheEaglesBeak.

FA Youth Cup: Chelsea 2-1 Reading

Chelsea reached a seventh successive FA Youth Cup Semi Final on Friday night as they emerged victorious against a tough Reading side at Stamford Bridge. Second-half goals from Jay Dasilva and Tammy Abraham were enough to see the Blues to a 2-1 win but they were made to fight for their reward as Axel Andresson