Date: 3rd September 2010 at 5:07pm
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On transfer deadline day, Mark Hughes intimated that three clubs had made big money enquiries for Bobby Zamora.

At the time we didn`t have a clue who they were but it now transpires that Birmingham City were probably one of them with their manager, Alex McLeish admitting so much in an interview he`s given to the Birmingham Mail whereby he remarks about trying to lure another striker to St Andrews,

“I never saw the striker there that I really craved – unless I was going to be paying £10, 12 million.”

‘I never went back in officially, for Bobby.”

‘We sounded out Fulham privately but we never made an issue of it because I had read Mark Hughes’ comments in the newspaper about him being a focal point for Fulham and that he had started the season great.”

‘I thought there was absolutely no chance, so it didn’t go any further. But I can understand why there were bids for him.’


So who were the other two?

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