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Town target Ward is wanted by Nottingham Forest

10:41 31 January 2013

Stephen Ward

Stephen Ward

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NOTTINGHAM FOREST have had a bid accepted for Wolves defender Stephen Ward, but a deal is unlikely at the moment, due to the two parties being unable to agree personal terms, according to sources in the Midlands.

Ward played under Blues boss Mick McCarthy at Molineux and is thought to have been the subject of a bid from the Ipswich boss too, who is looking to bolster his threadbare squad.

Ward has scored eight goals in 228 games for Wanderers since signing from Bohemians in January 2007.

2 comments

  • Mmmmm!!! Promising Nottingham Forest or repeated flops going nowhere town??? Hard one to work out Stephen lol

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    ged scott

    Thursday, January 31, 2013

  • Ged Scott , see why you've got such a short name now, very little brain power required to remember it. You're posting almost identical texts, now. Spend a little longer thinking next time. Not even almost funny although you probably found it so. "Lol"

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    threenewknees

    Thursday, January 31, 2013

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