Hull City: Bobby Zamora Still a Cottager

Brian RhodesSenior Analyst IJuly 26, 2009

LONDON - AUGUST 11:  Micah Richards of Manchester City tackles Bobby Zamora of West Ham during the Barclays Premiership match between West Ham United and Manchester City at Upton Park on August 11, 2007 in London, England.  (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

Fulham Boss Roy Hodgson thinks that Hull City target Bobby Zamora will reject the offer from Hull City's Phil Brown.

Hull City had tabled a bid for the out of tune striker that was accepted by the London club and passed a medical. However, Hodgson was reluctant to let him leave until a replacement was found.

Fulham had been trying to bring in Peter Crouch from Portsmouth but it now looks like the altitudinous striker my well be on his way to Tottenham Hotspurs to join up with his old coach Harry Redknapp.

This would leave Fulham sans replacement for Zamora, and Hull City once again out of luck in their striker search.