Reading protest group Sell Before We Dai have encouraged supporters to invade the pitch at full-time against Port Vale in opposition to owner Dai Yogge.

The businessman has failed to adhere to EFL regulations yet again and is on the brink of selling players before informing manager Ruben Selles.

"It has been an emotional week to be a Reading fan. One of the founding principles of SBWD is that we would never tell people how not to protest - but this is our plan for tomSorrow. Back the team from the first whistle, on the pitch at the final whistle.

"History has a funny way of repeating itself. This is the front page of the Reading Evening Post after Reading lost at home to Port Vale 26 years ago. Fans backed the team for the game and then, at the final whistle, stormed the pitch to rage against the mismanagement of the club. Four days later, despite this headline, Sir John Madejski sacked Terry Bullivant. Having listened to as many fans as possible, this is the action we're proposing tomorrow. Back the team from the first whistle, storm the pitch at the final whistle.

"We are not idiots. We know Dai Yongge and Dayong Pang won’t listen like Sir John Madejski did, but this action signifies the start of a new chapter – of more militant, hostile action against our ownership. To our players and manager, we say this: your coaches and catering have been cut, your teammates are being sold against their will, but we see your form and we see your fight. We’re with you during the game. Join us after the game. To our fans, join us after the final whistle, in the centre circle of the Select Car Leasing Stadium. Our club, our pitch, our team. To our owners, first we rally at our home, then we take the fight to yours. #SellBeforeWeDai"

Supporters have been warned that this is illegal and could lead to prosecution.