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Hull fail to sign Daggers striker

Hull City have failed to reach a deal with Conference club Dagenham and Redbridge for striker Chris Moore.

The Tigers made an approach to the Daggers for the 25-year-old, who scored 21 times last season.


However, Dagenham have confirmed that talks over a possible move have reached an end without a firm bid from Peter Taylor's side.


Moore has scored 31 goals in 60 games since joining Dagenham from local side Northwood in November 2003.

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James GNFC said:
If he was that quality a bigger number of clubs would be trying to sign him would they not???

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Hull surely are a bigger club compared to Dagenham? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />
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we r da famous gravesend

were all da way frm kent

nd if u r a canvy fan

u must b flipin bent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


ps: theres plenty more were dat cum frm <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/angry.gif" alt="" />

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Lets put it in in simple speak....


Chris Moore = Dagenham = According to some people he is a Quality Player = Hull try to sign him (I have no problem with that!) = The point I am making is that if Chris Moore is that much of a fantastic player Hull would not be the only club trying to sign him!


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