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    slugger wrote:
    RedArmy1 wrote:
    RED ARMY RULE THE SOUTH.

    1) least said about the blue few the better - we all know what's gonna happen to them - and everyone has run out of sympathy

    League One bound and being liquidized is their future !!!

    2) gus poyet showed both jealousy and ambition to cause needle with his statement about non descript reading.

    The fact is sad and sorry brighton are just an average wannabe championship side and that's where they will remain.

    If poyet had real ambition he would leave the club - and that may happen sooner rather than later when he gets a reality check with the club he is at.

    FINALLY - THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON ARE TOP OF THE LEAGUE AND HAVING A LAUGH !!

    advance warning to reading fans who are intending to travel to see the game friday

    stay at home

    OR

    ... before and after the game outside the stadium SHUT IT and no mouthing off in the CHAPEL Friday !!!

    RED ARMY 2012.
    NO FEAR - NO SURRENDER
    FIGHT AND WIN.
    UP THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE WE GO
    to be honest redarmy1 , i think it'd be great if brighton and us went up .......... have two teams ever done back to back promotions together before ? ...... it'd be cool if it happend.
    that's you mate ... and the beauty of football and all the different posts is that everyone has a different opinion about a whole range of topics and issues ...

    I've called it as I see it - and brighton are a Championside side IMO.

    What we both want is that THE MIGHTY SOUTHAMPTON GOING BACK TO THE PREMIERSHIP !!

    Whether it's the STATION.. THE PRINCE OF WALES or THE NORTHAM CLUB !!!

    WE ARE SOUTHAMPTON.

    RED ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMY"
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Reading draw level with Saints at Championship summit

Daily Echo: Reading manager Brian McDermott Reading manager Brian McDermott

Reading have drawn level on points with Saints at the top of the Championship table after beating Brighton 1-0 at the Amex Stadium.

Ian Harte’s deflected free kick on 14 minutes proved to be the difference between the sides, though the Seagulls might have got something had Ashley Barnes converted a second half penalty rather than have it saved by Adam Federici.

The three points doesn’t have too much impact on the automatic promotion situation with Saints and Reading both now on 82 points, six ahead of third placed West Ham.

However, it does up the stakes ahead of Friday night’s St Mary’s clash between the top two, who are separated only by Saints’ superior goal difference.

West Ham will no doubt be hoping that Friday’s game ends in a win for one side or the other and that they can then put on a little pressure by beating Brighton themselves at the weekend to cut the gap on one of the sides to three points with what will be three games left.

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