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Zamora To Snub Birmingham?

Zamora To Snub Birmingham?



Fulham striker Bobby Zamora is set to snub any advances from Birmingham City in favour of staying at Craven Cottage reports say today.

There have been rumours that Alex McLeish was ready to step in with an offer for Zamora while there was unrest over Roy Hodgson at the club.

But the 29 year old is set to turn his back on a move which was supposed to have a £50,000 a week wage to go with it.

Meanwhile, McLeish is still interested in defender Paul Konchesky who is also a target for West Ham.





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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Tuesday June 22 2010
Time: 4:56PM

Comments

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No way is he worth 50 grand a week, that must be just paper talk. Lets face it, he was only good in lower divisions with Brighton.
Original Prankster
22/06/2010 17:28:00
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I agree he's not worth 50k a week, as in reality, hardly anyone is. However, to say he has only been good in lower divisions with Brighton is a bit off the mark. Last season he was vital in our European campaign and the way he plays is unique and pretty valuable. If he was as poor as you make out, why would McLeish even consider him?
KBFulham
22/06/2010 17:45:00
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I don't think Zamora would be good for us. He looks like a confidence player and these tend to suffer at Blues. I'd like to see someone like Robbie Keane, or a younger Kevin Phillips, consistently fearless in front of goal. What's happened to Kris Boyd? Read more: http://www.birmingham.vitalfootball.co.uk/forum/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=1574#ixzz0rgDNvBts
crossy
23/06/2010 13:47:00
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bobby have the fire in his belly bewher4e reaper he turned down hull last year and look how that ended ha ha any way good luck lad s good luck hi KB I thought I would find you here your secreat is out
truth sayer ffc
03/07/2010 14:26:00
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NO COMENT THEN LADS STILL GOODLUCK ANYWAY
truth sayer ffc
04/07/2010 12:11:00
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