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defender believes Reading FC’s problems are a “another kettle of fish.”



On a Birmingham City fan podcast, Reading defender Harlee Dean called the off-field problems with Dai Yongge “a different kettle of fish.”

In Saturday’s 4-0 victory over Cambridge United, the 32-year-old made his 16th game of the season and his first appearance of 2024 off the bench.

The former captain of Brentford joined in the summer after a difficult six years with Championship Birmingham City.

Introduced under Harry Redknapp, Blues were subject to EFL limitations and a nine-point deduction for violating the rules pertaining to profit and sustainability. Since 2016–17, they have placed in the lower half of the field each year.

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After just seven months with the Royals, the team has already lost six of their 18 points this season, and they are now fighting each month just to make ends meet after owner Yongge stopped providing financing in an attempt to sell the team.

“With the money they’ve had, the actual owner has put a lot of money into the club. He built a training facility for £70–80 million and a playing roster over the last two or three seasons,” Dean said in an interview with the Tilton Talk Podcast. “I know it doesn’t look well on him right now, and this is just my view, but I don’t think you would invest that much money and care about anything—you should see the training area; it’s amazing—and want to see it destroyed. He must have gone skint or something.” I had a similar experience at Blues, but it was nothing like this at Reading right now. It’s a whole other story.”



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