Allardyce Searches For New Recruits
By Tom Dowsett
Friday 13 Jan 2012 12:27:00
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According to today's Sun, in their search for a striker West Ham United have had a bid of £2.5m for Queens Park Rangers striker Jamie Mackie blocked and are looking to use the same amount of money to bring Watford's Marvin Sordell to Upton Park.

Those deals are, for the moment, speculation but one deal that Sam Allardyce has revealed in his press conference ahead of Saturday's trip to Fratton Park is that of FC Dallas defender, George John, who is an American international defender. Allardyce is hoping he will add steel to a back-line that includes James Tomkins, Abdoulaye Faye, Winston Reid, George McCartney and, in recent games, youngster Dan Potts.

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One deal that doesn't look like going through though is that of Bolton Wanderers captain Kevin Davies, who Allardyce worked with during his time at the Reebok stadium, as current Trotters boss Owen Coyle would like to keep him at the club and, according to him, has had no contact with the East London club over a possible deal for the 34-year-old.

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