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Mathieu Flamini exclusive interview: 'I have always felt connected to nature so I am using my position to change the world'

One could have forgiven Mathieu Flamini if he had indulged a little.
Published an hour ago on Telegraph

Mathieu Flamini exclusive interview'I have always felt connected to nature so I am using my position change the world'

One could have forgiven Mathieu Flamini if he had indulged a little.
Published an hour ago on Telegraph

Mathieu Flamini exclusive interview: 'I have always felt connected to nature so I am using my position change the world'

One could have forgiven Mathieu Flamini if he had indulged a little.
Published 2 hours ago on Telegraph

Neil Lennon irked by a mole leaking team selection as Celtic close in on the title

By a caprice of the fixture list, Neil Lennon could steer Celtic to their eighth successive title tomorrow at Easter Road, where he did his bit to hinder the Hoops’ progress while still Hibernian manager.
Published 16 hours ago on Telegraph

Sam WallaceIn Mauricio Pochettino, Spurs have found their perfect match

Mauricio Pochettino’s autobiography is full of digressions on his attitude towards football, life and success which he occasionally attributes to the obscurity of his birthplace deep in the Argentine farmlands of Santa Fe, “far away from the places that things happened”.
Published yesterday at 11:01 pm on Telegraph

Sam WallaceIn Mauricio Pochettino, Tottenham have found their perfect match

Mauricio Pochettino’s autobiography is full of digressions on his attitude towards football, life and success which he occasionally attributes to the obscurity of his birthplace deep in the Argentine farmlands of Santa Fe, “far away from the places that things happened”.
Published yesterday at 10:41 pm on Telegraph

In Mauricio Pochettino, Tottenham have found their perfect match

Mauricio Pochettino’s autobiography is full of digressions on his attitude towards football, life and success which he occasionally attributes to the obscurity of his birthplace deep in the Argentine farmlands of Santa Fe, “far away from the places that things happened”.
Published yesterday at 10:31 pm on Telegraph

How Manchester United fast-tracked their way into the Women's Super League

Manchester United’s promotion to the Women’s Super League felt inevitable from the moment their reformation was announced in May last year - barely eleven months ago - and predictably they have zoomed over the line with three league games remaining.
Published last Thursday at 11:11 am on Telegraph

Ipswich Will Be a Tricky Game, Any Ipswich Fan Coming Deserves Credit - Notes for Preston North End

HarryFromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of our Good Friday game at Deepdale by delving into their forums.
Published last Thursday at 10:16 am on TWTD.co.uk

Moussa Sissoko reveals he had returned to dressing room and thought Spurs had been eliminated

Tottenham Hotspur's Moussa Sissoko did not realise his side had advanced to the Champions League semi-finals until a member of the coaching staff informed him in the dressing room that Manchester City's last-gasp goal had been disallowed.
Published last Thursday at 10:06 am on Telegraph


Reading's Results
Apr 19Bristol City1 - 1A
Apr 13Brentford2 - 1H
Apr 10Norwich City2 - 2A
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Reading's Fixtures
Apr 22West Bromwich AlbionH
Apr 27MiddlesbroughA
May 5Birmingham CityH
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17QPR43-1648
18Birmingham43447
19Reading43-1645
20Wigan43-1645
21Millwall42-1343
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