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94% Of Fans Willing To Forgive Bodde

94% Of Fans Willing To Forgive Bodde

94% of our readers says they will forgive and forget over Bodde's on-going transfer saga.

Prior to a remarkable turnaround from the Dutchman, Ferrie was eager to join fellow Championship club Derby County but their failure to meet our £2m asking fee meant a long and on-going saga throughout the Summer.

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'he was our best player last season. I'm willing to forgive and forget.'
Bids from the Rams increased slightly over the weeks but eventually a fee couldn't be agreed with the Swans, the deal fell through and Bodde decided it was best if he stayed.

At the time it seemed somewhat strange. One minute Bodde was begging with the Swans to sell him to Derby and the next he stays, claiming he was mis-quoted and mis-understood.

The large majority of fans are willing to forget about the whole thing and move on while a few are still frustrated with some of the comments Bodde made during the Summer and still question his enthusiasm here.

In our new poll, we'd like to know if you're happy with Martinez's squad for the new season. Have we got enough quality in all areas or are there weak holes that need to be filled prior to our Charlton visit on August 9th?




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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Saturday July 26 2008
Time: 8:40PM

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yes lets forget about it all and look forward to the new season.
GThomas
26/07/2008 21:13:00
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Of course we'll forgive him. He's a 2 mill rated player. He's quality!
Tini
28/07/2008 20:41:00
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