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17. Local Reading gent, Royston Drenthe harasser, Ref-Watch connoisseur. A Dutchman by descent, my only claim to fame is ambushing Jem Karacan in Vue Cinemas. Likes pasta. Plays saxophone appallingly. Plays football even worse.

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Ref Watch: Derby


JSK brings you the ref watch for Derby this weekend

Media Reaction: Brighton (A)

Another week, another point. But were Royals fans left wanting more again? Here's all the fallout from a textbook game of two halves on the South Coast, courtesy of South-Klein.

Ref-Watch: Brighton (A)


Jacob South Klein brings us this week's Ref Watch for the trip to Brighton.

Media Reaction: Yeovil (H)


It's probably best not to dwell upon this one for too long (''We move on'', etc), but here's a subdued recap of all the media detritus from Saturday's stalemate against the Glovers.

Ref-Watch: Yeovil (H)


Hallelujah. In a much welcome break from Ref-Watching officials who have taken charge of multiple Royals games this season (yes, I'm looking at you, Coote), this weekend we have a fresh face on the block: SCOTT MATHIESON.

A Pogrebny-lack of Pav


What would the Royals do without their 'Big F*cking Russian'? @JacobSouthKlein takes a look in this beast of an article.

Ref-Watch: Blackburn (H)


Yet another returning referee on the cards (ha, ha) this weekend as GRAHAM SCOTT is back, and hopefully not with a vengeance: be warned, Reading fans, as the man from Oxfordshire has a penchant for bookings and dismissals alike.

Media Reaction: QPR (A)


We're well into a new week, but I for one am still buzzing. Three goals from the True Hoops put the the Fake Hoops to the sword on their own patch, and in some style. Here's the media lowdown from the weekend's win.

Ref-Watch: QPR (A)


@JacobSouthKlein profiles the referee for this weekend's trip to QPR.

Media Reaction: Sheffield Wednesday (H)


Jacob South Klein brings us the reaction of the national media after the Royals' 2-0 loss at home to Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.

Ref-Watch: Sheffield Wednesday (H)

With the Royals seemingly hitting good form, this weekend sees KEITH HILL return to officiate a Reading game for the first time since bearing witness to our Capital One Cup humiliation at London Road.

Ref-Watch: Watford (A)

JSK is back to his old ref-watching ways. Let's get the lowdown on KEITH STROUD in time for kick-off at Vicarage Road, as Reading hope to return to winning ways against a Watford side undefeated under new manager Giuseppe Sannino.

Ref-Watch / Media Reaction XMAS SPECIAL: Wigan (H)


Bah humbug. In Reading's last home game of the year, a damp loss, to cap-off a damp 2013. Far from a Christmas cracker, here's a seasonal summary of Reading vs Wigan in the ho-ho-horrific conditions of a sodden Madejski Stadium.

Media Reaction: Huddersfield (A)

As Eminem would testify, Saturday involved a serious dosage of Deja Vu for Royals fans: reminiscent of Charlton at home, a 1-0 win, some seriously squeaky moments, and a winning goal courtesy of Billy Sharp. Here's how the media reviewed the action.

Ref-Watch: Huddersfield (A)


As Christmas inches ever closer, next up on the festive fixture list is an encounter up north with the Terriers. Ref-Watch runs the rule over OLIVER LANGFORD as he prepares to take charge of ...

BUMPER Media Reaction Special

It's been exactly a week since a squeaky win at home to Charlton, and 3 days since the dust began to settle on our decidedly limp defeat at the hands of Bournemouth. Here's how the media have been reporting those games.

BUMPER Ref-Watch Special

In what has been a highly erratic week for Ref-Watch, we're back with a bang. In a last-ditch attempt to plug the referee-shaped void in the site as of late, here's a double-whammy Ref-Watch treatment for both DARREN SHELDRAKE and DAVID COOTE.

Media Reaction: Nottingham Forest (A)

Victory is sweet. It may have taken over a month to do so, but the Royals are back to winning ways. In our regular weekend segment, we sift through some of the fallout from a hotly-contested victory at Nottingham Forest.

Ref-Watch: Nottingham Forest (A)

Ref-Watch returns in time for tonight's away fixture against Forest. Under close scrutiny this week is the much-maligned STUART ATTWELL, renowned amongst the Reading faithful for awarding our infamous 'ghost goal' at Vicarage Road in 2008.

Media Reaction: Blackburn (A)

Who would have thought it? A mere few hours before the show's 50th Anniversary special, a bore draw at Doctor Who actor Matt Smith's beloved Blackburn Rovers. Here we look at some of the media fallout from what was a far from timeless encounter.

Ref-Watch: Blackburn (A)

In the first of a new regular segment, we turn our attentions to the men in the middle. This week, the spotlight falls upon GEOFF ELTRINGHAM for our clash up at Ewood Park.

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