🗯 Skipper discusses a ‘massive block of games’, and our next opponents Derby3 April 2021
Most teams in the table would gladly trade places with Reading – as we gear up to game number 40, we still have that top-six spot in our sights.
🗣 “We’re deflated, we’re emotional, we really wanted the win… but we’ll stand up and be counted”3 April 2021
A tense, battling game against Barnsley ended in a 1-1 draw – Ovie Ejaria’s first-half goal cancelled out by an Alex Mowatt penalty. Chances to win it at either end, the best of which as Lucas João...
🇯🇲 Moore’s tour diary – training, playing, and the future with club and country!29 March 2021
A fantastic experience away from Reading for our club captain – last week, he jetted off to Austria for his first involvement with the Jamaican national team, which included a couple of training...
✈ Round-up | Moore debuts; Pușcaș features in qualifying win; Semedo scores vital goal!26 March 2021
As we approach a weekend without football for the Royals, a few of our players have already been involved in action with their nations.
🇯🇲 Moore’s tour diary – Jamaica calls, and training in Austria!24 March 2021
We have a rich history of Royals players in the Jamaica squad. And this week, for the first time, our skipper Liam Moore has been selected to represent the Reggae Boyz!
🌍 Internationals: Moore gets Jamaica call; Semedo selected for Guinea-Bissau, and more!22 March 2021
It’s the final international break during the 2020-21 season – and there are a couple of first-time call-ups for Royals players, and plenty to play for!
🗣 "They'll cause us some problems, but we need to counteract that by causing them more!"10 March 2021
After putting a spell on the sidelines behind him to start our last four games, Royals captain Liam Moore is hopeful he and his teammates can carry the momentum of three straight wins into Saturday's...
🗣 Skipper Moore looks back on three straight wins, without conceding…7 March 2021
Ten days prior, Liam Moore took on one of his captain’s responsibilities by doing post-match media duties after a gut-wrenching defeat at Wycombe. In an amazing season to date, it felt like a low...
🗨 Moore | “It’s natural to feel low – but we have to brush it off, move forward!”24 February 2021
Our ambitions took a hit with a defeat in Wycombe – a battle of a match swung on a few key moments, as a both sides missed penalties but the hosts netted the only goal with an opportunistic effort.
💯💯 Skipper reaches double century as a Royal!22 December 2020
Captain Liam Moore made his 200th appearance as a Royal at the weekend and is set to walk out of the Madejski Stadium tunnel for the 100th time when we host Luton Town on Boxing Day.
💪 "Let's get this fixed...fast"23 November 2020
The focus is on fixing what went wrong...quickly.
🎥 Captain x Captain13 November 2020
To celebrate the second annual Women’s Football Weekend, Reading FC Women captain Tash Harding and Reading FC men’s captain Liam Moore met up at the Bearwood Park Training facility to talk all things...
📅 “Come Saturday, it’s all about the next three points!”23 October 2020
Royals captain Liam Moore knows that a great haul of points from the first half-dozen matches will count for nothing come kick-off on Saturday… we’ll need to be at it again to get the win against...
🙌 Moore | “Good teams find a way”21 October 2020
Not the prettiest of encounters, but three points at the end of the evening. Wycombe Wanderers brought the battle to the Royals at Madejski Stadium on Tuesday night, but another fantastic Lucas João...
💬 Moore | “It’s a process… we’re building foundations”2 October 2020
“When you get three wins out of three, you’ve got to be buzzing in a tough league like the Championship,” said the Royals skipper Liam Moore. “But when it comes to 5pm on a Saturday, and all the work...
🗨️ "A fresh start and a new challenge. But we know what is expected of us"11 September 2020
"It's been a short summer, but I think a lot of the players will say they have preferred that," Liam Moore began as he prepared to travel up to Pride Park for the first of 46 games in the 2020-21...