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Jay Simpson may be in line for a re-union with Damion Stewart as Bristol City eye the Arsenal front-man.

Out of favour at the Emirates Stadium and poised to exit, Jay Simpson was left out of the Gunners tour to Austria despite a positive start to pre-season.

Nottingham Forest and Millwall have ruled out moves for the former QPR centre forward, who netted 12 times last season.

Bristol City have now emerged as candidates for his signature according to local newspaper Bristol Evening Post with Steve Coppell looking to sign both he and Jay Emmanuel-Thomas.

City's ambition has been heightened since the arrival of Coppell with England international goalkeeper, David James, signing for the Robins.

Jay Simpson would be a useful addition to the Robins side and would certainly compliment the already positive attacking line, which includes Nicky Maynard.




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Date:Tuesday August 3 2010

Time: 7:55AM

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Why are we not trying to sign him? He was great last year and is available. Warnock reckons he's gonna get two new strikers before the season, which is absoloute rubbish, we are gonna have another dissapointing season in mid table if we cant get firepower, and thats were we are heading.
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03/08/2010 08:49:00

Have to agree. We are without Routledge, Taarabt and Simpson from the beginning of last season so while we are stronger in defence we are most definately weaker as a creative force and up front. Fingers crossed we pick up though decent strikers Neil has been talking about.
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