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More Bad News For Injured Bodde

More Bad News For Injured Bodde

Ferrie Bodde's bad luck with injuries with continues as he was forced off the field today at home to Peterborough United.

The Dutch midfielder made a surprise return from a long term knee injury today but he lasted just 32 minutes as he picked up another injury.

The 27 year-old has been troubled with a knee injury since November 2008 and he has yet to enjoy a decent spell of League football since then.

In his second attempt to put his knee injury behind him today, he has gone off with another problem and it's certainly not looking good for one of our most gifted players.

Bodde has put in a massive amount of hard work since September 2009 to gain back his fitness levels but he looks set for more recovery work after today's huge disappointment.

As yet we don't know the full extent of his injury but we're all hoping it's nowhere near as serious as what it could be.



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Saturday February 27 2010
Time: 5:29PM

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if it's his knee again, i'd say that's the end for him, but why oh why are we rushing him back into the 1st team
cyjax
27/02/2010 18:06:00
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i Said That The Day After He Had The Reserve Match Dont Rush hIM Back
mumblesjack98
27/02/2010 19:56:00
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Aaron as well that almost had me throwing up. This is just as bad in some ways.
merenoob
28/02/2010 17:09:00
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