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Di Canio: Bodin Must Accept My Terms Or Leave

Swindon Town manager Poalo Di Canio has told the Swindon Advertiser that Billy Bodin should perhaps look to leave the County Ground in the Summer.

Bodin has told the press he will happily remain at the County Ground as long as he is guaranteed first team football, something Di Canio refuses to promise any player.

Torquay are keen admirers of the Welsh International and have been in discussions with Bodin`s agent although no contract has been offered. There is a 2 year contract with Swindon Town on the table although Bodin has yet to sign it.




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Date:Monday June 11 2012

Time: 8:58AM

 

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