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The 32-year-old England international has been a mainstay of his hometown club since his debut in 1999

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Arsene Wenger applauded the Arsenal fans whose commitment was rewarded by one of the greatest comebacks in the club's history last night.

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Reading forward Noel Hunt could make his comeback from a heel injury in tomorrow's Barclays Premier League game against Fulham.

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Jobi McAnuff has warned his Reading team-mates to be wary of Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, but fears divers are condemned too quickly.

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Reading forward Noel Hunt is a doubt for tomorrow's Barclays Premier League clash with Liverpool because of a heel problem.

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger maintains referees must always be allowed to make decisions for themselves.

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If this is to be the season Fernando Torres finally emerges from the darkness as the £50m striker that Chelsea always hoped he would be then he can give some small measure of thanks to one linesman's bad call last night.

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Sponsors and fans impressed by sportsman-like attitudes of Team GB may turn away from Premier League if stars continue to hurl abuse

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Reading are trying hard to finalise their deal for 28-year old Russian striker Pavel Pogrebnyak before looking for other additions to the squad to prepare for life in the Premier league.

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Leeds 8 Wigan 50

Carl Ablett signs long-term deal with Leeds Rhinos

Leeds second row forward Carl Ablett has signed a new five-year contract with the champions.

Zingarevich takes control of Reading

Anton Zingarevich completed his takeover of Premier League newcomers Reading yesterday.

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Republic of Ireland striker Kevin Doyle is ready to take out his frustration on Spain, Italy and Croatia as he plots a Euro 2012 shock.

Reading sign Nottingham Forest winger Garath McCleary ahead of Premier League return

Reading have made their first signing of the summer as they prepare for life in the Premier League by bringing in Nottingham Forest winger Garath McCleary on a free transfer.

Wigan resist fightback to reach summit

Josh Charnley got three tries as Wigan moved to the top of the Super League table last night with a 36-22 win over Hull KR at the JJB Stadium but had to withstand a late rally from the visitors when the game seemed to be in the bag.

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