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Bolton No Longer Interested In Bodde

Bolton No Longer Interested In Bodde

Bolton Wanderers boss Gary Megson says he is no longer looking to sign Dutch midfielder Ferrie Bodde.

His knee injury, which has seen him sit out the season since November means Megson is no longer looking at signing Bodde.

Megson told the Bolton News:

We had an interest in him but he was unfortunate enough to pick up a really bad injury,"

"I think people have put two and two together from there with the recent stuff."


Bodde has proved to be one of most influential and best players but his injury during a home defeat against Birmingham ended his season prematurely.

Last Summer he was the subject of a £2m move to Derby but in the end he decided it was best to stay in South Wales.

His injury has meant he's not been in the 'shop window' so much and hasn't had the chance to continue to impress Premiership managers.

The likes of Angel Rangel, Jordi Gomez and Jason Scotland have been rumoured and linked with moves to Premiership sides, and Bodde is likely to receive interest as well at the end of the season.



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Wednesday April 22 2009
Time: 5:28PM

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He is a lucky lad, he could have been playing under Megson if he had moved to Bolton which would have taken him nowhere.
d3rks
22/04/2009 17:34:00
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He is a lucky lad, he could have been playing under Megson if he had moved to Bolton which would have taken him nowhere.
d3rks
22/04/2009 17:34:00
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i agree, he just would have watched the ball fly over his head all the time in megson's side. i think his injury could be a good thing for us, less teams interested now.
GThomas
22/04/2009 17:53:00
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i agree, he just would have watched the ball fly over his head all the time in megson's side. i think his injury could be a good thing for us, less teams interested now.
GThomas
22/04/2009 17:53:00
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He is lucky only cos Megson would leave him on the bench to play the likes of Gavin McCann (awful). Meggo signs players and then doesnt play them or maybe giving them one chance as a sub and using a poor performance to justify not picking them again.
Back of the Net
23/04/2009 09:56:00
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He is lucky only cos Megson would leave him on the bench to play the likes of Gavin McCann (awful). Meggo signs players and then doesnt play them or maybe giving them one chance as a sub and using a poor performance to justify not picking them again.
Back of the Net
23/04/2009 09:56:00
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Come on Swansea, beat the piglets from Bumhole Lane. They don't deserve to be where they are- a bunch of dirty animals who play awful football....comw on you Swans!
johnswfc
24/04/2009 13:01:00
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Come on Swansea, beat the piglets from Bumhole Lane. They don't deserve to be where they are- a bunch of dirty animals who play awful football....comw on you Swans!
johnswfc
24/04/2009 13:01:00
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totally agree john, really hope we stuff them, don't like anything about them after watching their excuse of a performance at burnley. dirty players who play boring terrible football. if we beat them i'll be gutted.
GThomas
24/04/2009 13:51:00
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totally agree john, really hope we stuff them, don't like anything about them after watching their excuse of a performance at burnley. dirty players who play boring terrible football. if we beat them i'll be gutted.
GThomas
24/04/2009 13:51:00
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