Reading boss Ruben Selles has admitted that he 'completely agrees' with supporters campaigning against owner Dai Yongge.

Over 240 tennis balls were thrown onto the pitch on the 16th minute of Saturday's 2-1 win over Bolton Wanderers, signifying the 16 points deducted due to financial mismanagement during the six-year reign of Yongge.

Three points were deducted last week due to Yongge failing to fulfil requirements from the EFL, namely needing to place the value of 125 per cent of the wages into an allocated account.

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It almost went horribly wrong, with the Trotters scoring within sixty seconds of the restart.

However, a late turnaround saw the Royals immediately claw back last week's deduction with two goals in the final 20 minutes.

"I have my own feelings about it," he said after the match. "I am losing points because of off the pitch when I am winning them on the pitch.

"I completely agree with the protest, we need to be better in that aspect and we need to be together and stop losing points because we don’t do the things we need to do as a football club. It is nothing special, we need to do our jobs. If I don’t win football matches you will always claim against me because my team needs to be better, so everyone in the job needs to do what they need to do, and the club needs to do better in terms of finances because it is nearly twice as much as everybody that we have to win football matches.

"We have five points now and we should have eight, the table does not reflect the level of performance we have had so we completely understand, and we have the same feeling."

Reading, still yet to win an away league match in 10 months, return to League One action on Saturday at Blackpool.