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Collins John Deal Stalled?

Collins John Deal Stalled?

Fulham are denying that a £3 million bid for strikers Collins John has been accepted.

A statement from Fulham read:

'Following recent speculation regarding Collins John, the club would like to confirm that it has not accepted an offer for the transfer.

'Collins remains a Fulham player and is currently involved in pre-season training in Devon, eager to fight for his starting position in the team's line-up.'

So with Coventry unwilling to give up McSheffrey and Fulham adamant that no bid has been accepted where does that leave Bruce and his desire to sign more options?

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Date:Thursday July 13 2006
Time: 1:26PM

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Back at the drawing board, pondering over the B list I would imagine. Brum have been more like a team that has been promoted rather than relegated and that should provide the platform to come straight back up, probably with WBA and Leeds.
TeddyLyon
14/07/2006 00:45:00
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we dont need him he is low in the pecking order at fulham and barley scores many goals
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17/07/2006 23:30:00
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