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Who Cares WHY Bodde Didn't Sign? He HASN'T End Of!

Ferrie Bodde has remained a Swansea player, a move to Derby didn't come of so why should either clubs fans carry on going on about it? It's in the past, leave it there is what I say!

A lot of angry words were exchanged between Swans and Rams fans when the whole just about three-month long transfer saga surrounding the Dutchman, which was even more long-winded than some of the ridiculous story lines that soap operas come out with, was ongoing. Claims were made by one club (or set of fans) which were countered by claims from the other club (or again fans!)

Now, despite the fact that Bodde has agreed to stay with Swansea, for whatever reason, and has signed a new contract one Swans fan site felt the need to keep this feud ongoing, so a Rams fans site has responded to this with a counter! What's the point? Let it go!

The fact remains, be that through loyalty to Swansea, the fact that Derby couldn't agree a fee with Swansea, Swansea wouldn't release Bodde as he wanted, Derby weren't a Premier League club and so on (most know the kind on mud that has been thrown, from both sides!) for whatever reason the deal didn't happen. I think it's about time to forget about this, move on and concentrate on more important things. Shouldn't some just grow up? Swansea should be concerned about their club, and their player and we be concerned about our own club and what we will do this season, Bodde would've been a good signing but it didn't happen!

WHO CARES WHY FERRIE BODDE DIDN'T SIGN? THE FACTS REMAIN HE DIDN'T FOR WHATEVER REASON, END OF. NOW MOVE ON!

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Date:Sunday July 20 2008

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