The captain of Reading FC begins Happy Trails…….

The captain of Reading FC begins Happy Trails.

Andy Yiadom of Reading FC opened a new daycare center in Shinfield last weekend.

Reading FC's captain opens Happy Trails – Reading Today Online

“Following our ethos of ‘building healthy minds, tummies, and communities,’ we thought it would be a great opportunity to invite the community of Shinfield to our brand-new setting,” stated Happy Trails director Joty Bhurji.

Santa’s Grotto was open to families, and activities included face painting, a cake raffle, and creating Christmas cookies.

“Children were able to play and have fun in the new area, which delighted many parents.”
Kids at Happy Tails can range in age from three months to five years.
Joty continued, “We were thrilled to have Andy Yiadom, the captain of Reading FC, join us for the grand opening. He cut the ribbon, gave a tour of the facility, and posed for pictures with supporters.


Only one change has been made by Reading manager Ruben Selles from the previous League One match, and that is the forced introduction of Clinton Mola due to Jeriel Dorsett’s injury. Reading will host BarnsleyIt looks the Spaniard has found a stable team after defeating Carlisle United 5-1 last week to climb off the bottom of the table and build on the previous outcome, a 2-1 victory away at Wycombe Wanderers.

A back four consisting of Nelson Abbey, Tyler Bindon, Mola, and captain Andy Yiadom guards David Button in goal.

With Michael Craig positioned behind Lewis Wing and a revitalized Harvey Knibbs, the midfield is balanced.

Paul Mukariu, Sam Smith, and Femi Azeez, an attacking three, will try to cause Barnsley issues. The Tykes are presently eighth and are vying for a play-off spot.
Ben Elliott, Kelvin Ehibhatiomhan, and Caylan Vickers offer alternatives off the bench.
While the prolific Devante Cole starts for the Tykes, Barnsley makes four changes.




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