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Baldock on the Move Again?

Last season, when we were languishing in the Championship, we acquired two strikers who, I believe, were brought to the club purely to ensure we climbed back into the Premier League.

One of those was Sam Baldock who Big Sam acquired from MK Dons.

Sam arrived at Upton Park with a growing reputation but his West Ham career never really took off and his brief stay ended with the young striker being transferred to Bristol City.

Now, despite hitting the net 10 times last season, it appears that Sam, still only 24 years of age is surplus to requirements at Ashton Gate and is now being linked with a move to either Charlton or Bristol City.

Where ever young Sam does end up we`d like to wish him all the best.

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Writer: Rossy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 8 2013

Time: 4:51PM


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