Reading boss Paul Ince has spoken about Reading's away support, and drew comparisons between their crowd of 300 at Hull and Sunderland's following of 2,000 at Birmingham.
SEND THEM HOME HAPPY
"Absolutely brilliant. That’s so important. We’ve had so many games, away at Luton and away at Watford, I know it’s close to home but you’ve still got to get there, still got to pay the money. To have that support, it’s a long way five hours for these guys, I’m just pleased we’ve got to send them back on the coaches, trains or cars with a victory."
"It’d be nice if we could get some more support. I watched Birmingham-Sunderland last night and Sunderland have got 2,000 fans, and that’s something that we, as a club, all of us, have to get that type of attendance in two, three years time."
LITTLE FANS IN THE CORNER
"Just to have our fans there, sometimes it’s quite nice just to have our little fans in the corner, singing and shouting and coming down to see the boys at the end, it’s great. My job is to make these fans happy. You can’t do it all the time, you’re not going to do it all the time. Work will be a lot happier for them now than if we had of got beat today."