Date: 11th January 2006 at 7:09pm
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Brian Stock may still be in line for a Forest switch after AFC Bournemouth Chairman Peter Phillips admitted it will be hard to hang onto the exciting Midfielder.
Vital Forest believe the original offer for Stock is still on the table should Bournemouth wish to cash in on the 24 year old, it remains to be seen however if the six figure sum Forest have offered meets the new valuation Phillips has given Stock.

Phillips today admitting ‘It is inevitable that we will lose players from time to time at far below their perceived value among the fans’, which can be interpretated as being far below Manager O’Driscolls claims of a £1M price tag being put on the player.
Stock and another Cherries asset Hayter are both out of contract in the summer and both are attracting interest from Championship clubs putting Forest at a disadvantage especially as Phillips does not want to sell to divisional rivals ‘If we are to lose either player, I would rather see them playing for a Championship club’ he said.

Not such good news…
The Darren Moore deal now looks even more doomed as Ugo Ehiogu’s transfer from Boro to the Baggies has been cancelled due to Gareth Southgate being ruled out for 3 months