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POLL: Bodin Tipped to Progress

When asked which player on the Swindon Town was most likely to given given a full international cap in the future, Vital Swindon voters tipped young Swindon attacking midfielder Billy Bodin.

The son of a Swindon legend, Bodin jr. has already earned 11 U-17 caps to his name. However, more impressively the 17 year old won an under-21 cap in 2009.

Bodin has yet to feature within the first team set-up but is constantly earning good reviews at youth reviews and is stepping up to reserve level more than adequately too.

Second place went to Town defender Scott Cuthbert - the Scotsman has a 'B' cap to his name. Third place went to 15 year old Alex Henshall who has England youth caps and is edging ever closer to the first team already.

Which STFC player is most likely to get a full cap in the future?


64% Billy Bodin (Wales)

14% Scott Cuthbert (Scotland)
07% Alex Henshall (England)
03% Kevin Amankwaah (Ghana) 3%
03% Simon Ferry (Scotland) 3%
03% J-P McGovern (Scotland)
03% Alan Sheehan (Ireland)
03% Other


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Writer:Nellup
Date:Sunday January 10 2010
Time: 8:56PM

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Good on him. I hope makes just as big an impact as his dad!
Nellup
13/01/2010 21:57:00
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