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20 November 2015

Play your part against the Trotters

In this weekend’s matchday programme, feature interviewee Anton Ferdinand said: “Every club goes through a tricky spell in their season.  How many of them you have will determine whether you go up, or whether you don’t.”

Anton, along with our other experienced campaigners in the squad, knows that difficult runs always come to an end – and it’s only hard work and hearty support that can speed up that process.

After winning six games out of seven across August, September and October, the last few weeks have been a bit trickier – we haven’t been able to secure three points in any of the last five games.  But that’s why your support is as important as ever when we meet Bolton on Saturday at Madejski Stadium.

It’s our last home Saturday 3pm kick-off of 2015, and it’s a chance to get back on the winning track and start building momentum again as we head into a busy winter schedule.

There are lots of activities going on in and around the stadium; make sure you get here early to soak up the atmosphere.  Also please ensure you are in your seat in good time to observe a minute's silence ahead of kick-off.

Will YOU be helping us get back to winning ways tomorrow against Bolton?

— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) November 20, 2015

Don’t forget that you can save £3 compared to matchday prices by buying tickets in advance!  For full ticketing information for the game, just click here.

We look forward to welcoming you to Madejski Stadium – without you, we are nothing.

Last Friday, a series of terrorist attacks tragically killed a total of 130 people in the city of Paris. Those who died were innocently attending a music concert or enjoying something to eat and drink at bars and restaurants across the French capital while an international friendly was being played at the Stade de France.

Last weekend, the Football League stood together, silent in memory of those who lost their lives. On Saturday Reading Football Club would like to invite both home and away supporters to observe a minute’s silence at Madejski Stadium in honour of the victims of the attacks. The minute’s silence will start and end with the sound of the referee’s whistle.

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