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Bodde Out For Two Weeks ?

Swansea City have been dealt another midfield injury blow as Ferrie Bodde is set to miss the next two weeks with a suspected groin strain.

The Highliy influential midfielder has been a key player in Swansea City's push for the championship after signing for The Liberty Stadium outfit from Dutch Side Ado Den Haag for a fee thought to be around £85,000.

Bodde will have a further assement on his groin to asses the extend of the injury.Swansea City manager Roberto Martinez has spoken about losing his midfield general.

Martinez told the BBC

"We are going to assess him, I think it's a groin injury.If it's what we fear, it will be at least two weeks, but we'll see how he is."



Bodde could be set to miss the crunch title decider against Carlisle United on the 9th April at Brunton Park.




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Date:Tuesday March 25 2008

Time: 10:19AM

Your Comments

Two weeks? That's more than I expected :-(
Czech_Jack
Very disappointed. Will surely give OTJ a chance now.
welshboy78
gutting but we have cover, especially in a 4-4-2.
GThomas
 

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