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Swindon's Murray Bid Rejected

Swindon Town's bid for striker Ronan Murray has been rejected by Ipswich Town.

The player who was on loan at Swindon until last Saturday's match against Rotherham is a top transfer target for Town boss Paolo Di Canio.

Murray played in 8 games for Town scoring 1 goal during his loan spell.

Ipswich are also keen to hold onto Murray having offered him a new one year deal which he is yet to accept.




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Date:Wednesday January 18 2012

Time: 7:13AM

 

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