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Ravel Morrison | Midfielder

Team: West Ham United
Age / DOB:  (21) / 2/2/1993
Ht / Wt:  5'9" / 157

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Ravel Morrison has had the charges against him withdrawn from the Crown Prosecution Service.
There were some hefty crimes that Morrison was accused of and he may have had to see jail time had he been found guilty. The alleged crime was a threat to kill his ex-girlfriend amongst a number of other threats. The talented winger has shown flashes of brilliance in the past but continues to have off the pitch issues that will likely keep his potential low for the foreseeable future. Nov 13 - 9:27 PM
Source: Sky Sports


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West Ham United midfielder Ravel Morrison is back in practice despite having a court date later this month.

Morrison is an interesting player to monitor this season because he was fairly exciting in the Premier League last year before having problems with Sam Allardyce. He was then loaned out and was good at QPR, helping them to promotion. He is now back with the Hammers but has found himself in legal trouble and that could cause him to be suspended by the Premier League or the club. If he can find a spot in West Ham's revamped attach, he could possess some sneaky fantasy value later in the year.
Source: Daily Mail
Aug 14 - 9:39 PM

Harry Redknapp has praised young midfielder Ravel Morrison, who is on loan to Queens Park Rangers.

Morrison was having some trouble with Sam Allardyce and was sent on loan to QPR. He has been impressive there and continues to show promise. He is young, quick, talented, and has a bright future ahead of him. If Morrison lands on a good attacking squad in the Premier League next season, he can be a useful fantasy asset. Make sure to keep your eye out for him.
Source: Sky Sports
Mar 9 - 5:35 PM

West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison is on loan at Championship side Queens Park Rangers.

Morrison has reportedly had problems with Sam Allardyce and will be leaving for QPR on Friday, February 21st. Big Sam believes Morrison should have played through a recent injury and has questioned his determination. The 21 year old showed flashes of brilliance at the beginning of the campaign but has not started a Premier League game since December and could use the change of scenery.
Source: Sky Sports
Feb 14 - 6:37 PM

Ravel Morrison will be in West Ham's game squad on Saturday and is reported to be fit.

There has been speculation about Morrison's future and a possible strike by the midfielder in an attempt for him to force his way out of the club but those all sound like they were just rumors. The youngster has also been dealing with a groin injury but seems to be fine and is expected to be fully fit for the weekend.
Source: Sky Sports
Jan 17 - 12:51 PM

Ravel Morrison will face a late fitness test before West Ham faces Fulham tomorrow.

Fulham are struggling on defense but even if Morrison makes it, it's doubtful if he'll be fit for all 90 minutes. That combined with the fact West Ham are struggling to score makes him an unappealing option for New Years Day.
Tue, Dec 31, 2013 01:51:00 PM

Ravel Morrison is doubtful for West Ham's match against West Brom this weekend with a groin injury.

Morrison has been a spark in the Hammers' attack this season but has also been wildly inconsistent. Fans have sometimes been frustrated with his inexperience but the youngster has made improvements and is shaping up to turn into a Premier League star in the future. Despite his improvements, he'll likely miss out on the weekend's match because of the groin injury. The injury is not considered very serious and he should be back sooner rather than later.
Fri, Dec 27, 2013 12:16:00 PM

Ravel Morrison was booked after the final whistle yesterday for pushing Crystal Palace defender, Joel Ward. There was the potential for further punishment from the FA but the matter is now closed.

That was Morrison's fifth booking of the season, and as such, he will now miss West Ham's trip to Liverpool at the weekend.
Wed, Dec 4, 2013 01:38:00 PM

West Ham United were unable to find the net in their match against Crystal Palace, dropping valuable points against an Eagles side fighting relegation.

While there were no fantasy stars for West Ham in this match, Ravel Morrison is increasingly becoming a player to monitor. Supporters of the club have been clamoring to see Morrison play the role of central attacking midfielder to better utilize his talents. The role has been occupied for years now by mainstay Kevin Nolan, but a changing of the guard in that position may be on the horizon. Nolan was subbed off rather early in this one, and while Allardyce kept the shape of the team, it was Morrison who slotted into the central role, with newly introduced Joe Cole playing out wide opposite Stewart Downing.
Tue, Dec 3, 2013 05:20:00 PM

Ravel Morrison scored his club-leading third goal of the season to give West Ham United the early lead at Carrow Road, but Norwich City fought back in the 2nd half with three unanswered goals, and the Hammers fell 3-1.

While West Ham continue to wait for a viable striker option to emerge, Morrison has been acclimating himself nicely in the senior team after fighting to convince manager Sam Allardyce early in the season to hand him a regular spot. Currently priced at 7.32m, he is emerging as a superior budget midfield option to the likes of Ross Barkley. Week 13, West Ham are home to Fulham. That may be the time to think about Ravel.
Sat, Nov 9, 2013 02:57:00 PM

Ravel Morrison has been gradually earning more and more playing time for West Ham and has solidified his position in midfield after being a major part in the team's 3-0 win at White Hart Lane.

Morrison has scored four goals in eight appearances in all competitions this year including a spectacular goal against Tottenham last weekend. The 20 year old had some behavioral problems at Manchester United but those seem to be behind him and he is enjoying the best time of his young career at West Ham. Morrison is under 9 million pounds in fantasy and is a good choice to stash on your bench. He has plenty of upside and you can use him as a number one sub in case one of your starters doesn't play.
Source: ESPN
Thu, Oct 10, 2013 07:25:00 PM

West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison is expected to start against Hull City tomorrow.

Morrison has been in good form lately and has earned Sam Allardyce's praise. The midfielder has made West Ham look dangerous at times and that has earned him a regular spot on the team. Morrison can be a good fantasy option if you're looking to spend more money up top and play riskier players in midfield.
Source: Dailystar
Fri, Sep 27, 2013 03:55:00 PM

Ravel Morrison rewarded manager's Sam Allardyce's faith in being handed a start by scoring the opening goal for the Hammers, but they would eventually lose 2-3.

This was Morrison's second start and the Hammer's were desperately looking for an offensive contribution from anywhere they could get it. He was teed up my a Matt Jarvis shot that took a defection in the box and the youngster didn't flinch, firing home past a bewildered Tim Howard. West Ham's upcoming fixtures aren't enticing, their pleasant run is ending just in time to see what the prospect can do. Best to take a wait and see approach at the moment.
Sat, Sep 21, 2013 01:23:00 PM

Youngster Ravel Morrison has been praised by his West Ham teammates after he started West Ham's last Premier League game.

Morrison was a small bright spot in an overall boring display from West Ham and he's earned the praise from teammates, mainly goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen. Morrison could see more playing time as West Ham need all the creativity and goal scoring they can get. If he secures a permanent starting spot, Morrison can be a good fantasy contributor, so keep an eye out for him in the near future.
Source: clubcall.com
Tue, Sep 17, 2013 04:43:00 PM

Ravel Morrison earned a start for West Ham but the Hammers failed to score for the third straight game.

Morrison looked impressive and slightly dangerous going forward for West Ham, but they failed to score in a scoreless draw at Southampton. The Saints started Lambert, Lallana, and Osvaldo up top but didn't look very impressive going forward and seemed to lack chemistry with new signing Osvaldo. Both managers will be disappointed with the result as their teams have not met expectations so far this season.
Source: SkySports
Sun, Sep 15, 2013 01:00:00 PM