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Reading
3 - 1
Stoke

Madejski Stadium

17th April 2006 3pm

Attendance: 22,119

Referee:

ReadingStoke
Sidwell (25), Doyle (pen 56), Halls (62)Rooney (59)
Stack     Simonsen    
Shorey     64 Hoefkens    
Makin     Dickinson    
Sonko     Duberry    
Halls     Hill    
Ingimarsson     Junior    
Sidwell     54 Kopteff     45
Gunnarsson     Brammer    
Hunt     Russell    
Doyle     71 Sweeney     51
Long     Bangoura     71
Substitutes
Hahnemann     de Goey    
Kitson     Broomes    
Dobson     54 Henry     71
Golbourne     64 Gallagher     51
Cox     71 Ronney     45
Game Statistics
7
Goal Attempts
9
3
On Target
3
3
Corners
6
8
Fouls
17
0
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
52
%
48

Writer:Chris Baldwin
Date:Monday April 17 2006
Time: 7:27PM

Comments

0
Chris, what was the source of the stats. I am sure I have seen some others giving us far fewer goal attmpts against Reading than you have listed. Can't remember where I saw them though. Might have been the match live console of SC World which isn't the most accurate source.
fornside
18/04/2006 07:29:00
0
Hi Fornside. Actually came from the Reading official website and I was surprised myself, but Sky Sports were giving us some credit during the game when we were just 1-0 down for having a go at Reading. Probably the same source as SC world so I take your point, but as I didn't go to the game myself, its difficult to be sure of the accuracy of any stats but should just be used as an indication.
chrisb
18/04/2006 08:27:00
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