Zip Without doubt my worst day as a Reading fan. It took me months to accept the defeat.
Jerry St ClairZip Without doubt my worst day as a Reading fan. It took me months to accept the defeat.
I've never really understood supporters who claim they're devastated after a defeat or cry on the telly. Reading losing has never really affected me that much; it's normally forgotten after I've left the ground.
Except the 1995 play-off final.
The only time I've ever been genuinely upset after a game. Hard to imagine now given that we are fairly well established in The Championship and have had two stints in the PL, but at the time it seemed like we were massively punching above our weight and the chance had gone forever.
John Smith I agree with this wholeheartedly. However what is hard for me now is seeing Southampton, who came up with us the second time, as a well established Premier League club with an ability to replace players and managers and continue with what must be a fantastically embedded philosophy within the club as a whole. We surrendered that far too easily in both 2008 and 2013.
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