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Norwich up Bunny bid

Rovers have been hit with a new bid for want away goalie Mark Bunn.

Norwich had a 500,000 bid rejected out of hand last week but have come back in with a fresh bid around 750,000 in an attempt to bag their man - a day after Mark handed in a transfer request.

Bunn has had second thoughts about staying with Rovers after it emerged that rival Paul Robinson was not to leave the club this summer, as was expected.

This has left Bunn questioning whether he'll get a run in the side and as a result looking at options that are not based at Ewood Park.

Quite whether he'll see Norwich as a good shout is yet to be seen with a move there more than likely resulting in playing understudy to their number 1 - John Ruddy.

It's an interesting one, that's for sure.




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Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 21 2012

Time: 10:29AM

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He will still be sub but if Ruddy gets injured will have the chance to show what he can do, a good performance then might earn him a run, unlike at Rovers where however well he plays and however bad Robinson can play. he is still the sub. Tell Norwich that they can have Robinson for 750.000. Keep Bunn
r.waterfall
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21/08/2012 10:56:00

Wouldn't be suprised to see Ruddy leave tbh. Top keeper and now in the England set up. A team like Spurs might be after him to replace Big Brad.
*Dave*
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21/08/2012 11:25:00

This does prove can't see a good player when there's one infront of him! Its happened with him, Rochina and Simon.. why he doesn't play any of them really confuses me
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