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Profile of the Welsh footballer Hal Robson-Kanu, who currently plays as a midfielder at Reading. The 25-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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“They have Jamie Mackie, they have Hal Robson-Kanu, they have Garath McCleary – plenty of players who can create danger.”
 Just Arsenal News  Today
“Hal Robson-Kanu has an affection for Arsenal, which will go out of the window on Saturday, especially as he admits the thought of last year’s semi-final when Wigan pushed Arsene Wenger’s men all the way is what gives Reading hope.”
 Reading Post  Yesterday
“If his boyhood dreams had come true, Hal Robson-Kanu would be treading the Wembley turf on Saturday evening, trying to seal Arsenal’s place in the FA Cup Final.”
 Mirror  2 days ago
“Hal Robson-Kanu, meanwhile, has been heavily criticised by disgruntled supporters when playing out on the left or more centrally this term but his best moments have come during the FA Cup run with goals against Cardiff, Derby and Bradford.”
 International Business Times  Today
“Reading face the daunting but exciting task of hosting the Garath McCleary and former Arsenal trainee Hal Robson-Kanu pose a threat from out wide.”
 the72.co.uk  Yesterday
“Reading, winless since their defeat of Bradford in the previous in which the Gunners came back from being 4-0 down. Hal Robson-Kanu has scored in three of his last four FA Cup appearances.”
 The Independent  Yesterday
“Arsenal academy product Hal Robson-Kanu was left on the football scrapheap by Arsenal as a 15-year-old. Now, 10 years on, the Welsh international has a burning hunger to prove the Gunners wrong on the big stage.”
 Wales Online  Yesterday
“Cox insists Reading have what it takes to beat a star-studded Arsenal success from people coming off the bench – Nick Blackman scored at Huddersfield, Hal (Robson-Kanu) at Cardiff and the Yak got his first goal against Derby.”
 localberkshire.co.uk  Yesterday
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Goalkeepers
Mikkel Andersen Adam Federici
Defenders
Anton Ferdinand Michael Hector
Pierce Sweeney Jake Cooper
Chris Gunter Stephen Kelly
Shaun Cummings Alex Pearce
Sean Long
Midfielders
Nick Blackman Garath McCleary
Jamie Mackie Hal Robson-Kanu
Jordan Obita Ryan Edwards
Aaron Tshibola Aaron Kuhl
Jake Taylor Hope Akpan
Daniel Williams Danny Guthrie
Oliver Norwood Jem Karacan
Forwards
Dominic Samuel Simon Cox
Glenn Murray Pavel Pogrebnyak
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