Date: 15th April 2015 at 2:21pm
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Reading assistant manager Kevin Keen thought there were plenty of positives to take from the Bournemouth defeat.

An early Callum Wilson goal gave the league leaders the victory at the Madejski Stadium, but Reading were probably unlucky to not get a point from the game. We worked hard throughout and really put the pressure on the away side late on, but couldn’t find a breakthrough.

Speaking to the Official Reading FC website after the game, Keen said: ‘Throughout the game I thought we had a real go. The start was disappointing, they came out firing and managed to score, but then we had a real go and showed the integrity of the club and the League.’

‘I think the better team on the night probably lost, but the best team throughout the season is going to go up. Lots of positives, really disappointed we lost after three unbeaten, but it was a big effort from us. We had some really good individual performances.’


We were unlucky and probably did deserve something, but one goal in our last three home games tells the story – we don’t have a natural, goalscoring striker. One thing is for certain, we are going to have to take any chance we get on Saturday to stand any sort of chance!