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Bodin Departs For Crewe

Billy Bodin has left the County Ground on loan to League Two side Crewe Alexandra prior to the end of the emergency loan deadline.

Bodin was previously on loan to Torquay United and Martin Ling was keen to have him back but it is beleived that Di Canio did not want to help a fellow promotion rival and would rather send out to another League Two side with a legitimate chance at making the playoffs.

This move is a strange one considering Bodin had established himself in Di Canio's first team as of late.

Bodin is out of contract in the Summer.




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Date:Thursday March 22 2012

Time: 6:02PM

 

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