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Default Fulham eye Bristol City hot-shot Nicky Maynard in £3.25million deal

Fulham eye Bristol City hot-shot Nicky Maynard in £3.25million deal

By Sportsmail Reporter
Last updated at 9:25 PM on 14th May 2010

Fulham are keen on a £3.25m move for Bristol City striker Nicky Maynard.

City manager Steve Coppell insisted that the former Crewe striker was not for sale, with West Brom also interested — but Fulham’s offer for the 23-year-old may change his mind.

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