At Reading Football Club, we were pleased to open our doors to prominent voices in our supporters community recently, with two fan podcasts offered exclusive interviews with current Royals.
Podcasts are enjoying a surge in popularity as a form of connecting people, and keeping up with all the goings on at your favourite football club. After we hosted a similar opportunity back in April, we were delighted to welcome two of Reading's most popular podcasts back to Hogwood, to help strengthen the bond between the club and our supporters.
At the start of the month, Marc Mayo from The Tilehurst End headed to the Eamonn Dolan Room at Hogwood to speak exclusively to Jordan Obita, who discussed his two-year injury absence in depth and his status as the longest-serving Royal in the current squad.
Follow the link in the Tweet above to find TTE's interview with Jordan, or click here to listen in full. It's well worth a listen to hear the full-back's emotional return to the first team with the Royals.
A lot has changed for Liam Moore since he appeared on Elm Park Royals back in April, and the skipper took the chance to sit down again with Paul Mann to discuss his move into the captaincy with the Royals.
The captain also spoke openly and honestly about how he feels the season has gone so far, our summer signings and how it's just Ovie Ejaria's world, and we're all living in it...
Click here to listen to the podcast in full on the Elm Park Royals website, and you can follow them on Facebook here. Royals skipper Moore was on good form, and it's well worth hearing the inside scoop on what's happening in the Reading dressing room at the moment.
Liam Moore PT.2— ElmParkRoyals (@ElmParkRoyals) November 13, 2019
Listen to @liammoore93 talking honestly about the club and all the big RFC topics, players, Gomes & Bowen.
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Spotify • https://t.co/cy1VGZ848N
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At Reading Football Club, we are continuing to look for ways to maintain the strong relationship with our supporters, and we will aim to run similar opportunities in the future.