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Bodde Fit For Port Vale Trip

Swansea City boss Roberto Martinez has received a boost with the news that Ferrie Bodde has been declared fit for Saturday's trip to Port Vale.

The midfielder suffered a knee injury during Friday's 1-0 home win against Walsall. He went off for a few minutes but came back on moments later to strike the winning goal.

The 'Dutch Roy Keane' has quickly recovered despite a gash in his leg caused by a stud that went right down to the bone.

Fortunately there was no ligament damage and although he was expected to have a fitness test on Saturday morning, he's already fit and raring to go again.

It's a huge boost as Bodde keeps proving why he's such a valuable member of our squad.






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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday February 14 2008

Time: 2:06PM

Your Comments

He is definately our hardman! Carried on playing after being injured, now he is back and ready to play. Good on him!
jack hammers
Great we need him for these tough away trips
cyjax
 

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