Reading FC had their lowest ever crowd for last night’s 2-1 defeat to Hull City in 12 years, according to Get Reading.
The Royals played in front of just 12,949 people yesterday evening as the fan’s frustration was evident in what has been another disappointing season for the Berkshire club.
Jake Cooper gave the hosts an early lead after heading home an Oliver Norwood cross, but Hull began to step it up a gear.
Huddlestone was influential in the game – feeding an enticing ball to top scorer Abel Hernandez to equalise for the Tigers.
The English man was again the provider when he found Robertson who put his side ahead with 11 minutes to go.
That was Reading’s fourth defeat in a row, However Royals boss, Brian McDermott is determined that he can get the supporters back on side to drive the side on for next season.
Reading currently occupy 15th place in the Championship and have three games left of the current campaign.
Reading fans… Were you one of those fans that didn’t show up for last night’s game? How frustrating have the Royals been this season? What needs to change in order for the fans to start returning? Let us know in your thoughts and opinions below!