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61Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 17:32

BoltonTillIDie

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62Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 17:35

karlypants

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What a pass to get that goal! cheers

63Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 17:38

bryan458

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Tony Kelly
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Ok what's going on ?? they all need to be drugs tested, I'm getting giddy !!!

64Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 17:40

Tungsten3


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What a pass to get that goal! cheers

CAnt get the highlights as blocks my vpn.

Who made the pass?

I can tell from twitter vid that wildshutt? scored.

65Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 17:41

karlypants

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What a pass to get that goal! cheers

CAnt get the highlights as blocks my vpn.

Who made the pass?

I can tell from twitter vid that wildshutt? scored.

It was Craig Noone.

66Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 17:44

Tungsten3


Mario Jardel
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thanks for that karly

According to bbc gmr noone did have a very good game.

Amoebi (if fit)  on the bench next time out?

67Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 18:03

Natasha Whittam

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Top result, great pass and goal.

Is Noone more consistent than Ameobi?

68Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 18:07

BoltonTillIDie

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Bolton Wanderers took all three points away from the Madejski Stadium on Saturday afternoon after Yanic Wildschut’s strike saw Phil Parkinson’s men run out 1-0 winners over Reading.

TEAM NEWS

An unchanged side from the previous league game vs. Bristol City for Phil Parkinson’s side, as David Wheater took the captain’s armband once again.

FIRST HALF

John Swift produced a fantastic save out of Ben Alnwick on nine minutes, with a set piece bullet looking to be goal bound, only for Bolton’s shot stopper to palm it away to safety.

Sam Baldock had the next big chance of the game on the 20-minute mark, picking up the loose ball on the edge of the Wanderers area but his effort was high and wide.

A tame effort from Royals man Yakou Meite came in moments later, but the Whites defence never looked threatened.

A mistake from Mark Beevers allowed Meite to have an open goal to score in, but David Wheater was to the rescue with a superb last-ditch tackle to clear the danger.

30 minutes in and some delightful hold up play from Josh Magennis led to Will Buckley having the space to shoot inside the area, but the winger couldn’t get the better of Royals number one, Vito Mannone.

Reading responded with an effort of their own, as Baldock shrugged off Andy Taylor’s challenge but his strike was saved expertly by Alnwick.

Five minutes from the break and Magennis nicked the ball away from John Swift, broke away through the middle of the Reading half and teed up a shot, unfortunately only finding Mannone’s gloves.

SECOND HALF

Wanderers took the lead three minutes after the break, as Craig Noone played a flicked ball around the corner and second half substitute Yanic Wildschut did the rest as he slotted the ball under the goalkeeper.

Baldock tried to respond just before the hour mark, with a curling effort from the edge of the Wanderers box sailing wide of the far post.

Moments later and Swift had another effort from a similar position to his counterpart Baldock, but the same result applied as he sent the ball into the stands.

Going into the last ten minutes and chances were few and far between both sides.

That was until Wildschut popped up again from distance, this time unable to recreate his heroics as the powerful effort flew wide of the target.

Reading put intense pressure on the Bolton goal up until the final whistle, with goalkeeper Mannone even joining the attack for corner kicks.

But it wasn’t to be for the home side, as Wanderers took the spoils and the three points on the road.

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Wanderers starting XI: Alnwick, Taylor, Lowe, Beevers, Vela, Buckley (Wildschut 45), Noone (Donaldson 81), Murphy (O’Neil 66), Olkowski, Magennis, Wheater (C).

Unused substitutes: Matthews, Oztumer, Wilson, Grounds

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69Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 18:27

karlypants

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No problem. Smile

70Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 18:27

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
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Anyone else buzzing after today's win? Very Happy

71Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 18:33

Natasha Whittam

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I am happy. But I have a life away from football. It doesn't determine my enjoyment of a Saturday night.

I do miss Cecil braiding my hair while watching MOTD though.

72Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 18:51

Leeds_Trotter

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Great result, even doubled our away win tally from the whole of last season. Up the Whites!

73Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 19:16

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
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I do miss Cecil braiding my hair while watching MOTD though.

Was he acting like a basement hair salon at the time? Very Happy

74Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 19:17

rogercpc


Nicky Hunt
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thought Wheater Man of the Match. Also think Buckley missed an open goal in first half, but it isn't mentioned in the report?

75Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 19:29

BoltonTillIDie

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76Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 19:31

karlypants

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I thin k someone is going to have to scrape me off the ceiling tonight before bed! Very Happy

77Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 19:34

wanderlust


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It was like the Alamo. But we survived.

78Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 19:45

Keegan

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We're going up!

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79Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 19:46

karlypants

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Love it Keegs! Very Happy :number1: :drinks:

80Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 19:56

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81Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 19:58

Tungsten3


Mario Jardel
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Anyone else buzzing after today's win? Very Happy

Certainly am.

Looks like the previous away win was not the flash in the pan.

Looking forward to wednesday night now with the thursday booked off work. Smile

82Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 20:00

DEANO82

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Lovely composed finish for the goal. The chance that Wheater made a last ditch tackle, can someone explain what Beevers was trying to do?

83Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 20:03

karlypants

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Lovely composed finish for the goal. The chance that Wheater made a last ditch tackle, can someone explain what Beevers was trying to do?

It's like watching football porn Deano! Just look at the way Noone passed that ball! Very Happy

84Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 20:17

terenceanne

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I tried an experiment and signed up for Ifollow for one game. Unfortunately you can only get it outside of the UK. However it somewhat worked and I managed to watch 95% of the game. 

For good portions of the first half we were the better team. Then after the goal we did the usual and sat back to invite them on. Notice we scored the goal with a pass through the middle....rest of it was hoof.  Lads worked very hard though.....well dun.

85Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 20:21

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I tried an experiment and signed up for Ifollow for one game. Unfortunately you can only get it outside of the UK. However it somewhat worked and I managed to watch 95% of the game. 

I could only assume that it would be due to your connection speed.

I believe between the US and UK etc there is no problem speed wise between servers unlike the UK and Asia where for example Thailand has two speeds which are internal and rest of the world which I find odd.

Glad you got to watch the majority of it though Terence! Smile

86Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sat Aug 18 2018, 20:43

wessy

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Another great result, the exciting thing for me is that the eleven wearing the shirt are most likely not  any were near our strongest team.

You would at some point expect Oz, Sammy and Yanick all to post serious claims for a start, in defence question marks still over Beevers and Taylor and hopefully a few more to come in before we face Preston.

Great start and the current crop of fixtures offer a real chance to make a statement.

87Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sun Aug 19 2018, 02:17

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
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It was an excellent defensive performance apart from Beevers slack incident but we offered very little in terms of possession or consistent attacking, but that in itself is an improvement on last season. The recruits have slotted in nicely to Parky's system and without doubt we are much harder to score against the we were. If we can keep that up all season we should have no problem surviving and we may cause a few more upsets along the way.
i think the issue is that we spent most of the game in two banks of four/five deep in our own territory and were forced to put in a lot of last ditch tackles to keep them out. We had very few options for a get out ball and by and large it came straight back. So how far will parky go down the road of introducing more creativity e.g. Oztumer at the expense of having a rock solid defensive shape?

88Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sun Aug 19 2018, 07:58

Nigelbwfc


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Don't like the way Sky have cut the highlights. Though I wasn't there, from the GMR' commentary it didn't seem like all Reading and one opening for Bolton.

However, great three points no matter how we've acheive them

89Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sun Aug 19 2018, 08:44

Natasha Whittam

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:So how far will parky go down the road of introducing more creativity e.g. Oztumer at the expense of having a rock solid defensive shape?

Ignoring the fact you didn't go, you talk like we're bottom of the league and need to change things. There is ZERO chance of Parky introducing more attacking players when we're 5th in the league.

Ca't you go on Norwich's website and spout your bollocks about games you haven't seen?

90Reading 0-1 Bolton - Page 3 Empty Re: Reading 0-1 Bolton on Sun Aug 19 2018, 09:22

T.R.O.Y


Andy Walker
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Nat’s right. Playing defensively is our strength - especially away from home. It’s also Parky’s style of play. Nonsense to expect him to change the way he’s played his entire management career.

On holiday so didn’t catch the game, sounds like another perfect away performance. Get a striker in before the window shuts and we’re flying.

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