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Profile of the Welsh footballer Hal Robson-Kanu, who currently plays as a midfielder at Reading. The 26-year old player Robson-Kanu joined Reading from Reading and wears the number 9 shirt.

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        (Squad number 9)

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Hal Robson-Kanu Career
2007–Reading129(18)
2008Southend United (loan)8(3)
2008Southend United (loan)14(2)
2009Swindon Town (loan)20(4)

2007–2008England U192(0)
2009England U201(0)
2010Wales U214(2)
2010–Wales20(1)

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Hal Robson-Kanu : Reading News
“Either side could have secured all three points towards the end but Ethan Ebanks-Landell and Bjorn Sigurdarson wasted chances for Wolves, as did Hal Robson-Kanu and Yann Kermorgant for Reading.”
 Birmingham Mail Yesterday
“Another former Reading player, winger James Henry Oliver Norwood is a neat passer and ideal linkman, while Garath McCleary and Hal Robson-Kanu are capable of getting behind defences with their pace and skill.”
 Reading Post Yesterday
“The event is in aid of the Mayor of Reading’s charities, Fibromyalgia UK and Babies in Buscot. Entry to the event is by a pay-what-you-want donation with an additional donation for any Floating Point treatments.”
 Reading Post 2 days ago
“I’m Mary Naylor and I’ll be here through the morning with the latest news from around the site, some traffic updates and a smattering of Reading FC news from our reporter Charles Watts.”
 Reading Post 2 days ago
“Reading replied swiftly, with Hal Robson-Kanu seeing his close-range effort blocked by Wolves captain Danny Batth. But Henry was again to the fore, a low 20-yard drive clipping the outside of a post as Al Habsi struggled to get near it.”
 MSN 2 days ago
“After a lackluster and quite shocking game of football on Saturday, it's tough to give anyone a high rating, but as you can see, I was impressed with Reading' defending the game like he usually does. Hal Robson-Kanu- 6.”
 Vital Reading 3 days ago
“It was to be the first of many times the Reading keeper would be called into action.”
 Maidenhead Advertiser 3 days ago
“Reading (4-4-2): Al Habsi Wolves fell asleep from a throw on the right - Garath McCleary raced to the byline and cut back for Hal Robson-Kanu, with only a superb last-ditch block from Danny Batth preventing what looked a certain goal.”
 Express & Star 4 days ago
“Deniss Rakels is now available to make his Reading debut having received his international clearance - but fans may have to wait a little time yet to see their new striker in action.”
 Reading Post 6 days ago
“following Cole Skuse’s foul on Hal Robson-Kanu. However, with time ticking down, Pitman was on hand to convert Luke Varney’s low cross and secure the Blues’ 16-straight home win on a Tuesday night.”
 East Anglian Daily Times 24 7 days ago
Hal Robson-Kanu Career Honours
  • Reading: Football League Championship: 2011–12

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Ali Al-Habsi Jonathan Bond
    Defenders
    Sean Long Chris Gunter
    Andrew Taylor Jordan Obita
    Pierce Sweeney Jake Cooper
    Anton Ferdinand Paul McShane
    Michael Hector
    Midfielders
    Garath McCleary Hal Robson-Kanu
    Paolo Hurtado Tarique Fosu
    Ola John Alex Fernandez
    Lucas Piazon Jack Stacey
    Aaron Tshibola Stephen Quinn
    Oliver Norwood Daniel Williams
    Forwards
    Simon Cox Matej Vydra
    Orlando Sa Harry Cardwell