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Gibbs exclusive in The Royal!

22 February 2013

Chris Armstrong thanks fans in programme

Wherever you are, get ahead of the game and read the official matchday programme well before kick off! Download the Programme App by clicking here - and you can also buy programmes online atwww.readingfc.direct.co.uk

In the latest issue of 'The Royal', we speak to first team coach Nigel Gibbs in depth - who talks about how he inspires the players to keep going for 90 minutes, his time as a player and his love for working at this club.

We also include an exclusive chat with Chris Armstrong - who spoke of his gratitude to Royals supporters after their show of appreciation in the third minute of our FA Cup clash with Sheffield United on Saturday 26th January 2013.

There's also a look back on the Royals' warm weather training trip to Dubai, a closer inspection of Brian McDermott and Adam Le Fondre's illustrious Barclays Premier League awards for January - as well as all the latest match reports, quizzes, and vital information!

You can read a digital replica of the Wigan matchday programme this evening - and read up on our previous issues any time you like! Whether you have a ticket to Saturday's game or not, you can feel part of the matchday experience by downloading the 84-page issue to your iPhone, iPad, Android, PC or Mac!

Just follow one of the links below and download the brand new App, which brings you every issue digitally, including back issues from our previous two play-off reaching and promotion-winning campaigns!

Click here to find the App at the Apple App store
Click here to find the App at Google Play
Click here to find the App for your PC & Mac

The App itself is completely free to download, and our first Barclays Premier League programme of this season is available for all to download free of charge – so why not test out the experience on your computer, tablet or mobile phone right now!? The App is designed to help those supporters who can’t make the match still get access to the programme and feel part of the matchday experience – so if you know supporters who are not local and can’t get to every game, let them know that everyone can now read ‘The Royal’ wherever they are in the world!


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