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ENGLISH LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
14 Brentford 2 1 2 7
15 Reading 2 1 2 7
16 Aston Villa 1 2 2 5
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Cardiff City 0-1 Reading

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Yann Kermorgant's 89th-minute strike snatched a late 1-0 win for Reading at Cardiff in the Sky Bet Championship.

The striker finished off Jordan Obita's cross to claim the Royals' first win since the opening weekend - and their first away from home in the league since April.

It sealed another frustrating performance at home for Bluebirds boss Paul Trollope, who has won just one of his first six games in charge.

Cardiff skipper David Marshall was left out of the team, with a bid from Hull accepted and...

Reading 2-2 Milton Keynes Dons

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Reading scraped into the third round of the EFL Cup with a 4-2 win on penalties, after a 2-2 draw with MK Dons.

Jordan Obita struck the winning spot-kick for Reading after MK had missed two of their four.

Dean Bowditch gave MK a first-half lead when he calmly fired home from the penalty spot.

Reading levelled 21 minutes from the end when Callum Harriott unleashed a piledriver from long range.

Harriott struck again six minutes from the end of extra time only for Kabongo Tshimanga to force the penalty...

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Tyler Blackett leaves Man United to sign for Reading on three-year deal

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Tyler Blackett played at Manchester United under Louis van Gaal.

Tyler Blackett has departed Manchester United to complete his move to Reading, the Championship club announced on Monday.

Blackett, 22, made 12 appearances in all competitions for United under Louis van Gaal in 2014-15 but did not appear last season and spent four months on loan at Celtic.

He signed a three-year deal with Championship side Reading, led by former United defender Stam is in his first managerial role.

Reading boss Jaap Stam confirms interest in Man United's Tyler Blackett

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Manchester United defender Tyler Blackett is being targeted by Reading, the Championship club's manager Jaap Stam has confirmed.

Former United defender Stam is in his first managerial role, having taken charge in the summer. Blackett, 22, made 12 appearances in all competitions for United under Louis van Gaal in 2014-15 but did not appear last season and spent four months on loan at Celtic.

Stam told Get Reading: "We're still looking for a couple of signings. I know Tyler, not personally, but I...

Reading 2-2 Brighton & Hove Albion

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Reading defender Joey van den Berg scored an own goal and was sent off in the 2-2 draw with unbeaten Brighton in the Sky Bet Championship.

The hosts went ahead early on direct from a John Swift free-kick but Brighton levelled when Van den Berg headed in at the wrong end.

Although Brighton went 2-1 up soon after half-time, through an Anthony Knockaert effort, Reading skipper Paul McShane equalised near the hour mark.

Dutchman Van den Berg was sent off late on for a second bookable offence.

Brighton had...