We want to HEAR your thoughts on Norwich City’s 3-1 defeat at Reading

Norwich City react to going 1-0 down at Reading. Photo: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Norwich City react to going 1-0 down at Reading. Photo: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

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City boss Alex Neil was berated again by Norwich City's travelling support after the 10-man Canaries slumped to an eighth Championship defeat in 10 games on Boxing Day at promotion hopefuls Reading.

Neil again withdrew Nelson Oliveira, after the striker had got the visitors back on level terms, in a crazy second-half which prompted a predictably hostile reaction in a repeat of the 2-1 defeat against Huddersfield at Carrow Road prior to Christmas.

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The Scot introduced Cameron Jerome after City had Jonny Howson sent-off for handling on his own lin in conceding a penalty. Yann Kermorgant, who opened the scoring prior to the interval, slammed his spot kick against the bar only for Garath McCleary to slot the rebound before substitute Callum Harriott added a third in stoppage time.

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