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12 December 2013

Norwood features for the visit of the Royals

Oliver Norwood wants to impress this Saturday when the Royals visit and dressed appropriately for his feature interview with Give Us An H.

The Reading version is available via the ‘App Store’ for the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and the Android market for supported devices at a discounted price of £1.99 – 50p cheaper than last season.

GUAH’s digital version allows fans to read the programme ahead of the game and on the go! It is perfect for fans – home or away – who travel to games and want to be entertained and informed on their journey to the John Smith’s Stadium. 

All you need to do is enter Give Us An H in the App Store and Andriod Market and download the App for free. The App will appear in the ‘Newsstand’ on Apple devices and as an app on Android supported devices. 

You can download and have a look at the Real Betis and Bradford City copies for free, to get a taste of how the programmes look before buying the Reading edition of Give us an H, which is available now.

Hardcopies of the programme will be available to purchase on Saturday at the John Smith's Stadium, Canalside Sports Complex and via

For further information on how to download the App on an Apple device click HERE or click HERE for info on the Android App.

Fans purchasing the programme will be able to redeem 20 1908 Loyalty points - simply enter the code found on the stats page when you enter your personal account.  

P 10: Cover star Oliver Norwood talks to GUAH about his recent scoring streak, which includes a superb goal against hometown club Burnley

P 22: There is the usual, player-by-player analysis, scout report and a look at previous clashes between Reading and Town

P 36: Our #whatisinashirt feature was extremely popular; check out which shirt it is and what the fans can remember of Town wearing it!

P47: Alex Smithies has been in fine form for the Terriers this term and he spoke to GUAH about his search for clean sheets

P68: In the absence of skipper Peter Clarke, Tommy Smith has made the step up and he spoke with GUAH about his recent performances

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