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Reports - Ipswich Place Maynard Bid

Sky Sports are reporting that Ipswich Town have made a bid for Nicky Maynard today.

Nicky is currently interesting a host of clubs from the likes of Middlesbrough, Fulham and Hull to Bristol City but it looks like Ipswich have made the first move.

SkySports.com reports that the bid is undisclosed but is over the £1million mark.

Maynard has 35 goals from 57 first team starts for the Alex, including his 15 scored last season despite a broken leg for the first five months of the season.

Both the Championship club and Crewe Alexandra FC are yet to comment.






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The Journalist

Writer: Dink Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 2 2008

Time: 5:03PM

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A few over on the Ipswich site a foaming at the mouth hoping we get him.......Spend the Million wisely if he comes ..
quietman
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02/07/2008 19:41:00

Double it and you may have a deal.
mowen23
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02/07/2008 20:08:00

£2.5million and, unfortunately, he's anyone's.
Dink.
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02/07/2008 20:44:00

He will be a big loss somebody with his goalscoring ratio. Are you happy with £1 million?
dazza71
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02/07/2008 20:58:00

2m rising to 2.5m is the asking fee. Put up or shut up. Ipswich haven't got the cash so rules them out.
mowen23
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02/07/2008 21:13:00

we have already rejected 1.5mil from hull and another club
crewe4life
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02/07/2008 21:54:00

i think he worth at least 2.5 million because he is only gonna get better because he is only young. his goal ratio is really good so we will get more than this rediculous offer for him.
jamiekilgannon1
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02/07/2008 22:10:00

It will be a £Million with some savoury add ons if he cuts the mustard at a higher level and somebody nicks him from us....
quietman
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02/07/2008 22:21:00

The add ons will be there whatever, but your going to need more than £1 million to get him thats 100% sure! (I hope)
pastymaster
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02/07/2008 22:36:00

he will defo leave this summer now because the club cant help but sell if there is monney on the table
jamiekilgannon1
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03/07/2008 23:01:00

 

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