Jaap Stam caused quite a stir over the weekend with his controversial comments aimed at Reading FC fans. Royals' boss took offence to the supporters who booed the team during the 1-1 draw with Hull City at Madejski Stadium. The Dutchman said: "You cannot only jeer when things are not going well and for the rest of the day not let anyone hear from you. "I think as a fan you need to support your team and not cheer against them." But why can't you jeer the team as well?
Sky Sports pundit David Prutton believes Reading FC 's away day woes could continue at Millwall on Tuesday night. Royals have won just once on the road this season - 2-0 at Birmingham City prior to the international break. They have also drawn one and lost two so far this season. Former Leeds and Southampton midfielder says Royals could struggle in their latest Championship fixture.
Reading FC supporters have expressed their disgust at Leeds United for charging them £39 to watch the two teams clash in October. Royals take on the Whites in the Championship at Elland Road on Saturday, October 14. Tickets for the game went on sale on Monday, September 25 but the cost of an adult ticket has caused plenty of anger among Royals supporters. Some even called on their fellow fans to boycott the game due to the high pricing.
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Selecting a term
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