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Forest Accept Holt Bid

Nottingham Forest top scorer, Grant Holt looks set to leave the City Ground after Forest accepted a bid for him from Bristol City.

The 25-year-old striker joined Forest from Rochdale in January but despite scoring seven goals so far this term, has fallen out of favour with manager Colin Calderwood.

Nottingham Forest's chief executive Mark Arthur said: 'We can confirm that Bristol City made an offer for Grant Holt.

'We gave Grant permission to speak to them.'

Any move will have to be concluded before Thursday's deadline day for loan deals.




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Date:Monday November 20 2006

Time: 4:29PM

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strange situation..top scorer and out of favour and then being sold on to a close rival team...I guess you really want to get rid of him....
ernshaw
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20/11/2006 16:56:00

Old news.. Grant turned them down...
goddammit
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20/11/2006 19:00:00

He is playing for the reserves tonight as well so I guess that he would have pulled out if he was on his way. Good on ya Grant, fight for your place.
wemaybefamousagain
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20/11/2006 19:59:00

If we are prepared to sell Holt does cc have his eye on signing another striker before Thursday?
TCRED1
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20/11/2006 20:21:00

TC - consipiracy theories.
chairbear
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20/11/2006 20:26:00

if we have got rid of Holt, i dont see the point. Why the F**k not harris!
wallis
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20/11/2006 21:38:00

No one else wants Harris, and who can blame them!! We'd be lucky to give him away
RedSmedDownUnder
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21/11/2006 01:19:00

 

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