Reading protest group Sell Before We Dai have revealed their latest plans, including a march in London, against owner Dai Yongge.

Founded over the summer, Sell Before We Dai have been the driving force behind fan action against negligent owner Yongge.

Tennis ball interruptions, a march in the town centre attended by more than 2,000 supporters and an eventual match abandonment have all taken place in Berkshire since the group got together.

Keeping action away from the on-field team, more ideas have been confirmed by the group.

On Saturday, February 10, the group are encouraging supporters to dress up as clowns, representing the fact that the Chinese business has turned the club into 'a circus.'

On Tuesday, February 20, supporters will be given red cards to be waved on the 16th minute, representing the number of points deducted under Yongge.

Sunday, February 25 is the provisional date for a march in the capital, with a route still in discussions with the police.

A statement from the group said: "These protests are designed to be effective, embarrassing and inclusive - aimed exclusively at the regime, not the team. As ever, we back Rubén, the players and the staff. We want to rally behind the team as we fight to remain in League One. Pressure will remain on Dai at the SCL, but we will continue to drive our wider activity forward too. We will continue with our political activity and EFL dialogue."

The football club say: "It is important to reiterate to our supporters that no matter the strength of feeling – and as a club we are fully aware and understand fans’ frustrations - it is unacceptable for any supporters to enter the field of play before, during or after the match or to throw missiles of any description onto the pitch.

"We acknowledge that fans have the right to a voice and to make that voice heard, but any supporter protests which disrupt the running of a matchday or the club’s day-to-day operations, threaten to directly impact the staff, the players and other fans. Disruption to matchday operations can lead to significant penalties and fines for the club, which cannot possibly aid the club’s cause.

Supporters in breach of the rules may also receive a criminal record or a banning order, so we would strongly advise against any supporter action which might bring the club into disrepute and impact the running of this or future club fixtures."