Hundreds of Reading fans stayed in the SCL Stadium for over an hour after the 1-0 defeat to Peterborough United in protest to owner Dai Yongge.

More than 200 chanted, smacked seats and waved banners in 'Coppell's Corner' against Yongge for his running of the Royals.

Since taking over in 2017, the club have been hit with five winding-up petitions, had two points deductions and countless transfer embargoes.

Preparation for the new League One campaign has been massively hindered due to two late payments of HMRC bills, which put the club under two transfer embargoes.

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EFL charges have also been brought against the club, and Yongge himself, for failing to pay wages on time on three separate occasions last season.

Organised by Sell Before We Dai- a combination of STAR, ElmParkRoyals, Tilehurst End, Club 1871 and Proud Royals- supporters made their views heard.

Yongge was present at the stadium as the Posh earned a win on the opening day of the season- marking 17 matches without a win for the struggling Royals.