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Bodde Back In Swansea And Meets New Boss

Ferrie Bodde was back in Swansea today, after failing to turn up on Monday and held talks with new manager Paulo Sousa.

Sousa criticised the Dutch midfielder for not attending training on Monday at his request but Bodde insists that it's a simple misunderstanding between him and the club.

The official site confirmed that the 27 year-old met with chairman Huw Jenkins and manager Paulo Sousa to apologise and to explain why he didn't appear on Monday.

Bodde will now return to Holland to continue his rehabilitation on his knee ligament injury and will return on July 12th.

His future with the club is in doubt as he has expressed a keen interest to leave and join a club in the Premiership. Bolton have recently had a bid rejected and Martinez is likely to be interested in signing him at Wigan Athletic.




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 1 2009

Time: 11:09PM

Your Comments

so much specilation about him leaving im not gona get my hopes up.
james,jackarmy
Last summer we tied him with a new improved contract. I believe that if the price is right, then we will let him go now.
willow
I hope sousa can do the business for you, have a great season
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