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Clarke in line for Reading job

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Clarke reign begins with defeat

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Steve Clarke's Reading tenure began with defeat as his side were beaten 1-0 by 10-man Watford at the Madejski Stadium.

Reading dominated most of the SkyBet Championship encounter, especially after Watford centre back Gabriele Angella was sent off for picking up a second yellow card in first-half stoppage time.

Watford hung on, as Reading squandered a series of chances, and broke away to score with 20 minutes remaining through Almen Abdi.

Clarke was appointed as Reading manager on Tuesday, the day after...

 By PA Sport

Steve Clarke confirmed as Reading manager after Nigel Adkins sacking

Clarke takes over at Reading having been sacked by West Brom 12 months ago.

Steve Clarke has been named the new Reading manager after the Championship club moved swiftly following the sacking of Nigel Adkins.

Sources told ESPN FC earlier on Tuesday that Clarke, 51, was due to take over at the Royals, and the former West Brom coach has now returned to management in the second tier after signing a two-and-a-half-year contract at the Madejski Stadium.

He takes over a side who are 16th in the Championship table following Saturday's 6-1 thrashing at Birmingham, a result which...

Steve Clarke in line to take over at Reading after Nigel Adkins sacking

Steve Clarke guided West Brom to eighth in the Premier League in 2012-13.

Former West Brom manager Steve Clarke is set to replace Nigel Adkins as Reading manager, sources have told ESPN FC.

The Championship Royals are searching for a new boss after Adkins was sacked on Monday.

If Clarke agrees terms, he could be in charge for this weekend's home clash with Watford.

Adkins' final game in charge was a humiliating 6-1 defeat at Birmingham, which left Reading in 16th place.

The...

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Reading sack Nigel Adkins after heavy loss to Birmingham

Nigel Adkins looks on during his side's defeat at Birmingham.

Reading have sacked manager Nigel Adkins in the wake of Saturday's humiliating 6-1 defeat at Birmingham.

Adkins, who took the reins at the Madejski Stadium in March 2013, leaves with the Royals in 16th position in the Championship following the heavy loss against Gary Rowett's men.

The Royals have also confirmed the exits of assistant manager Andy Crosby and first-team coach Dean Wilkins.

Birmingham City 6-1 Reading

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Birmingham's renaissance under Gary Rowett got firmly back on track with a ruthless obliteration of shell-shocked Reading in the Sky Bet Championship.

The wide margin was harsh on the Royals as Birmingham, who lost for the first time under Rowett at Blackpool last week, led 4-1 at half-time through Paul Caddis' opener and a slick Demarai Gray hat-trick.

Glenn Murray had pulled it back to 2-1 earlier, but Rowett's side refused to let up and Andrew Shinnie and David Cotterill rounded off a clinical afternoon's...