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Having already brought in Curtis Davies, Maynor Figueroa, and Allan McGregor to boost the defense, Hull are now casting their eyes at free agent Richard Dunne.

It seems apparent that Hull would like to build from the back with a veteran group and that is where the majority of their early-summer transfer activity has been focused. Even with Dunne fading from his best a pairing of Davies and Dunne with Figueroa on the left in front of McGregor would be a better group than most newly promoted teams can boast. We don't know how much Hull are paying in wages but they are certainly transforming their defense without paying much in transfer fees.
Source: TeamTalk.com
Tue, Jul 2, 2013 03:51:00 PM

James Morrison has been missing in recent weeks with an Achilles issue and while he's close he won't be ready for the trip tok Spurs

One wonders if West Brom's attacking plasyers like Morrison will get more of a chance with new management in place. It won't happen in Week 13 with Morrison and Nacer Chadli both still out but all should be aware that playing time assumptions will have to be reevaluated at the Hawthorns going forward.
Source: Wbafc.co.uk
Nov 24 - 11:49 AM

Xherdan Shaqiri is questionable for Stoke City's Week 13 trip to Selhurst Park.

The Swiss international picked up another assist in Week 12. His play has finally started to live up to his reputation. Now, if only he could stay healthy. His participation in Week 13 against Crystal Palace is in doubt after his hamstring tightened up on Monday. If he plays, expectations should be high. If not, the Potters may well struggle to score.
Nov 24 - 11:58 AM

Week 13 will come too soon for Nacer Chadli as he recovers from his hip injury.

Interim manager Gary Megson confirmed that Nacer Chadli will miss Albion's Week 13 match on Saturday at Wembley. It's hard to know what to expect from the Baggies after Tony Pulis' dismissal but a result aga inst Spurs seems unlikely.
Source: Wbafc.co.uk
Nov 24 - 11:44 AM

Arsene Wenger has declared Danny Welbeck fit for Week 13 against Burnley after holding him out an extra week as a precaution.

Danny Welbeck came back from his last injury and didn't last a full match before coming off with a hamstring injury. With Welbeck recovering Arsene Wenger decided to exercise caution and kept him out against Spurs. After the exceptional performances from Sanchez and Ozil against their North London rivals, expect Welbeck to start out on the bench against the Clarets on Sunday.
Source: Arsenal.com
Nov 24 - 10:07 AM

Manchester United has revealed detailed team news ahead of Brighton's visit to Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon.

First choice centre-back pairing Phil Jones and Eric Bailly have been ruled out but Mourinho is not concerned as he still has Chris Smalling, Victor Lindelof, and the fit-again Marcos Rojo at his disposal. Mourinho also confirmed that Zlatan Ibrahimovic will feature at some point in the tie as he continues his comeback from injury: "I prefer him on the pitch than off the pitch... We managed to give him 15/20 minutes in both matches, he needs more of that, so hopefully, tomorrow, we play him again." Paul Pogba is a confirmed starter for Saturday but he is unlikely to play the full 90 as Mourinho tries to protect his star man from fatigue.
Source: manutd.com
Nov 24 - 10:16 AM

Theo Walcott has fallen ill and will miss Arsenal's Week 13 match against Burnley.

The Arsenal forward has not been starting regularly so there isn't a great deal of impact with him missing what should be only a single match. Danny Welbeck is available again so Welbeck will likely be the first attacker off the bench on Sunday.
Source: Arsenal.com
Nov 24 - 10:17 AM

Kiko Femenia went off in week 12 but will be back in week 13 against Newcastle.

Marco Silva indicated in his press conference that Femenia is ok to play against Newcastle. He has come in and exceeded expectations and taken a spot from Dutch international Daryl Janmaat. Look for a strong performance from Femenia against Newcastle.
Nov 24 - 10:31 AM

Newcastle won't have starters Jamaal Lascelles and Christian Atsu available to face Watford this weekend.

The Newcastle duo have missed the last few weeks due to injury with Lascelles suffering an ankle problem against Bournemouth in Week 11. The captain looks more likely to be ready for Gameweek 15 than the midweek fixtures next week. However, there is good news on the defensive front with Paul Dummett in full training. Said manager Rafa Benitez: "Lascelles is getting better, but still he will need some time, and Atsu is the same. It’s too early to say (when they will be back). "But Merino’s been doing part of the training session, and Dummett has done the full training session, so that’s positive news for us."
Nov 22 - 6:01 PM

Yannick Bolasie took another step towards a return to competitive action when he joined the first-team in training on Wednesday.

The winger has been sidelined since rupturing knee ligaments in 2016, but speaking ahead of the Europa League match against Atlanta, David Unsworth said he expects Bolasie to return: "Probably [in] late December [or] going into the new year. Yannick’s had four sessions with the Under-23s and had a gym session this week as well. He’s absolutely chomping at the bit, which is great." The plan will be to reintegrate him back into full training over the next month. The caretaker boss also revealed another long-term absentee – Seamus Coleman – could be back in January while Ross Barkley and James McCarthy [both hamstring] are said to be a couple of weeks away. Morgan Schneiderlin [toe] should return on Sunday and Mason Holgate has a short-term groin issue.
Nov 22 - 4:44 PM

Oumar Niasse has become the first Premier League player to be retrospectively charged with 'successful deception of a match official' following Saturday's 2-2 draw at Selhurst Park.

Trailing 1-nil to an early James McArthur strike, Scott Dann was adjudged to have fouled Niasse in the box, and Leighton Baines calmly despatched the penalty to draw Everton level. However, under new Football Association rules, the incident was subsequently reviewed by an independent three-person panel which decided the match official had been deceived by an act of simulation. Everton appealed the verdict, but this was rejected and Niasse will now serve a two-game ban starting with Southampton on Sunday. The forward was deemed surplus to requirements by Ronald Koeman last season, but after returning from his loan spell at Hull City, Niasse has been one of the Toffees standout players this term. His absence could see Wayne Rooney or Kevin Mirallas return to the starting XI.
Source: BBC Sport
Nov 22 - 3:57 PM

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg signed for Southampton from Bayern Munich in the summer of 2016 with great expectations on his shoulders.

However, it hasn't always been easy for the Dane who fell down the pecking order at St Mary's during Claude Puel's reign last season. It hasn't been any better under Mauricio Pellegrino and the defensive midfielder has played just six minutes of Premier League football against Brighton when he came on as a sub. In Southampton's current system, Pellegrino has deployed Oriol Romeu alongside Mario Lemina screening the defence but with the latter injured and the former suspended for one game after picking up a yellow card, it seems that Hojbjerg may finally get a chance to shine alongside Steven Davis. Even if Lemina does return in GW13, Hojbjerg may still play as Davis' abilities are needed further forward to aid the Saints' attacking which is struggling for goals.
Nov 22 - 11:49 AM





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