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Former Hammer released by Cardiff

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Nicky-Maynard-1345456483Former Hammer Nicky Maynard has been released at Cardiff City after he was named as one of three players that will be released this summer.

The striker has managed had ten appearances this season scoring once.

The 28 year old wants to find a new Championship club where he would stand a chance of fighting his way into the first team with Sheffield Wednesday sited a possibility.

The Hammers signed Maynard in January 2012 for a fee thought to be £2m on a two and a half year contract with an option for a further year. He made 17 appearances in all competitions in a Claret and Blue shirt scoring four goals. In August 2012, Maynard was sold to Cardiff City by West Ham for  a small profit of £2.75m signing a three-year contract.

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  • bubs says:

    A profit not bad business,
    Not quite good enough a typical BFS signing or was it not his fault ?
    Good luck finding a new club BFS might be coming back for you at his new club

  • mattefumi el loco says:

    I would ask the Sunderland fans what’s their reaction to the possibility Sam could be their next manager… are they dancing in the streets? lol

  • bubs says:

    No Matte its total Labour up there they will be crying in there beer and then they are going to end up with BFS,
    Feel sorry for them great honest fans a lot of money spent on rejects from top 6 teams who treat it like early retirement and don’t put themselves out,
    Great stadium as well just bad business decision by owners.

  • mattefumi sees the light says:

    Sam bearer of hope… lol

  • Michael Miller says:

    BFS playing out of position didn’t help – it was obvious from Day One that BFS didn’t fancy him but he was able to sign him cheaply because his Contract was coming up – another suspicious bit of business involving BFS and his mate Mark Curtis!!

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