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Blackstock Definitely Signs For Forest

Blackstock Definitely Signs For Forest

Queens Park Rangers have finally decided that Dexter Blackstock can leave the club and sign for the Reds'.

A fee believed to be £1.6m has been agreed between the clubs, as well as personal terms with Dex.

The news confirms and proves correct the information Oldjom gave on the forum last night. He said Dexter could be a Forest player and we've now heard he is.

Other news coming to us, is that there could be a double swoop on Coventry City. As well as our bid for Daniel Fox, now thought to have been increased to £2.5m, we could be in for his defensive partner Elliott Ward. Newcastle are said to have expressed an interest in Fox, but with no manager and no funds a deal with them looks a long way off.

Things are certainly warming up on Trentside, with the club looking like it means business next season. We're expecting the official announcements of Gunter and McKenna anytime soon, with news of Dexter shortly after. Happy days!





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Writer:guinless
Date:Friday July 17 2009
Time: 1:24PM

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Whats the source?
Our Kids Dad
17/07/2009 13:46:00
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gunter deal confirmed on O/S already. you reddddddddsssssss
kevin222
17/07/2009 15:50:00
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went to the burton game on saturday and spoke to a guy who had just bein talking to billy and told me that billy said he is signing blackstock. happy days ahead for the mighty reds..
jonpoole47
19/07/2009 14:22:00
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