Thursday, July 27, 2006

CHAV-ARMY Millwall 0-1 Reading

Reading made it five wins from five pre-season warm up games with another straight forward victory over Millwall and their retarded followers. On a night on which a pathetically small home crowd disgraced themselves with racist chants directed at Reading supporters and Seol Ki Hyeon, it was the Korean who had the last laugh in deciding this game shortly before half time. Intercepting a poor back pass from Derek McInnes, Seol advanced on goal, rounded Pidgeley and stroked the ball home deftly from a tight angle.

At the other end, Federici was rarely tested although a poor looking Millwall side had a couple of half decent chances to equalise against an experimental Reading side, only to blaze their chances high, wide and - much like the gurning teenage home support who spent 90 minutes attempting to provoke a reaction with their pathetic behvaiour - not very handsome. As the game drew to a close, and following the usual rash of substitutions, Reading had 6 teenagers on the field by full time who looked more than comfortable against the best a League One side could muster, so for that reason alone this drab fixture was worthwhile.


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