Furious Reading fan blocks team bus and begs manager to get fired in ugly scene

The Royals have gone almost three months without a win and after a goalless draw with Championship relegation rivals Peterborough, supporters have made their stance clear for all to see.

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Angry Reading fans made their feelings clear and really hit the mark after another low point in the Royals’ season.

Championship The team drew 0-0 away from relegation rivals Peterborough United on Wednesday – a result that added to worries about their decline and put the pressure on. into the hands of the boss under Veljko Paunovic.

After the final whistle, hundreds of travel fans refused to leave their seats.

They can be heard chanting ‘We want Pauno out’ and ‘We want our Reread.’

After leaving the field, a part of Reading fans surrounded the team bus. Before departure, defender Andy Yiadom spoke directly to a number of supporters.

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Angry Reading supporters showed their emotions after the team’s draw with Peterborough on Wednesday night


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In a clip that went viral on social media, Yiadom tried to explain to the group.

After a brief discussion, Yiadom then stepped back onto the bus while the fans, surrounded by a dense police and management presence, continued to yell at the other players and staff as they boarded the bus. coach.

When the last trainer leaves, several giants attempt to block it before it finally manages to pull away.

Reading’s Andy Yiadom came to speak to protesting fans who surrounded the team’s coach


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The result may have ended Reading’s eight-match losing streak but it was merely cracks with the team still just two points above the relegation zone.

Royals who have hit six points at the start of this season for breaking the financial rulesstill won’t win for almost three months.

Paunovic’s post-match interview with Sports sky must be conducted in the bowels of Weston Homes Stadium and not on the sidelines, due to the chanting of the away fans.

But they can even hear when Paunovic is being grilled in the house.

The Serbian said: “We know that what we need here is solidarity, unity and support. In very difficult conditions, we controlled the game.

“There is a clear negativity around the club because of the results we’ve had.

“From day one we had to face those difficulties. When I arrived I knew it was going to be with the difficulties the club has had in the past.

“This year, before the season started, I was told that it was going to be a very difficult season. I needed to help the team with the project.

Veljko Paunovic refuses to be swayed by speculations about his future

“I’m happy, although I know it’s going to be difficult. People don’t know but we hope that the points deduction will happen and with the embargo.

“We also know that we have to put players on the pitch later and those who are not fit for the season.

“When most of the other teams were done and ready to compete, we faced a lot of obstacles. But I stood up to the call and so far, I’m doing my best.”

When asked if he would consider resigning, Paunovic simply replied: “I don’t want to answer that question. I think I’ve said enough.”

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