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Ruiz Talks About that 3-3 Thriller!

The introduction of Bryan Ruiz, on Saturday, certainly gave Fulham that something extra.

His delicate skills opened up the Reading defence and his goal got us back into a game we could / should have won.

After the event Ruiz entertained reports with a few words, all of which made perfect sense, when he commented,

"It was nice because it was my first of the season, it made it 1-1 and after that I think we got extra power."

"It`s good for the team that we have so many attackers, the manager has a really big problem because we`re all doing our best to try to get into the team. It`s good."


But as for allowing Reading back into the ground, he may well have a few of our big defenders giving him a few sharp words when he added,

"We`re doing good, we`re keeping possession, we`re doing so many good passes and so many good moves."

"We`re really god in the front, but in the defence we maybe need to be better at set plays."

"It`s not just the defenders, it`s all of us."

"We have to defend I numbers. We have to work at that. But I think we can improve on last season."


Well we`re going about it the right way, we`re even picking up points on the road!




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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 29 2012

Time: 6:06PM

Your Comments

Gutted we couldn't hang on for the win but it does look like our away form might be improving
Oldwolf
Gutted we couldn't hang on for the win but it does look like our away form might be improving
Oldwolf
Reading can't keep hold of a lead ever. We need to sure up at the back
LeFondle18
Reading can't keep hold of a lead ever. We need to sure up at the back
LeFondle18
 

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