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Joey O'Brien | Defensemen

Team: West Ham United
Age / DOB:  (28) / 2/17/1986
Ht / Wt:  5'11' / 152

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Joey O'Brien has recovered from a shoulder injury and is available for selection for this weekend's match.
O'Brien will have to battle George McCartney and Pablo Armero for a starting spot and is no where near guaranteed to start against Crystal Palace. I have Armero on my bench as I have a hunch that he'll get the start but I would not include any of these three players in my first XI. Apr 18 - 4:25 PM
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West Ham defender Joey O'Brien has dislocated his shoulder and is out for up to three months.

Another injury blow for West Ham sees O'Brien out for an extended spell. New signing Pablo Armero should establish a consistent role immediately and will be a good fantasy pick. West Ham are also expecting to see Winston Reid back in the near future and his return should provide enough defensive cover while O'Brien is out.
Source: DailyMail
Jan 31 - 2:35 PM

West Ham United have signed left-wing back Pablo Armero from Napoli on a season-long loan.

Pablo Armero can play just about anywhere on the left side and could be a great fantasy asset if he is listed as a defender in the Yahoo! game. West Ham are currently tied for first in clean sheets in the Premier League and their defense will get an extra boost with the imminent return of Winston Reid. The clean sheet points combined with the attacking skills Armero displays can be enough for him to be fantasy relevant. Armero has 49 appearances for the Columbian national team and brings great experience, speed, and stamina to West Ham.
Jan 31 - 11:21 AM

Joey O'Brien could make his return from a knock this weekend and he will certainly be needed by West Ham's depleted squad.

The Hammers are depleted at the back and O'Brien's return can certainly help them out. They face a Newcastle squad that can score goals and that leaves O'Brien as a fairly poor fantasy option. I'd rather have Newcastle's Steven Taylor who recently returned from a long term injury and costs under £4M.
Jan 17 - 3:38 PM