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Mohamed Diame | Midfielder

Team: West Ham United
Age / DOB:  (27) / 6/14/1987
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 176

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Mohamed Diame made a huge impact as a substitute for West Ham United in the final half hour of their match against Norwich City, scoring a goal and adding an assist to see the Hammers to a 2-0 victory over the Canaries.
Sam Allardyce decided after an hour of little threat from his attack to take Matt Jarvis for Diame, and it did not take long for that maneuver to pay off. Diame first got a close effort thwarted by John Ruddy, then after a quick restart to a free kick, he crossed the ball into the box and James Collins headed home to break the deadlock. Then the points were sealed in the final moments when Diame broke loose and stormed for about 80 yards down the pitch before catching Ruddy wrong-footed to squirt in a well-deserved goal. Diame may not earn the respect by fantasy managers for investment, but he certainly has given Allardyce reason for a start next time out. Feb 11 - 7:22 PM

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Mohamed Diame will return to West Ham's first team squad tomorrow to face Norwich.

Diame has had a decent season far but a lot of his efforts have not translated into fantasy points. The only positives here are that he faces a very poor Norwich team and costs only £7.75M. Even at that price, Diame should probably stay on the bench at best.
Feb 10 - 1:00 PM

Mohamed Diame will be assessed before Saturday's match against Newcastle and his return date is uncertain.

Diame injured himself by running into the advertisement barrier in West Ham's last match and the extent of the injury is unknown at the moment. The fact that he will be assessed before the game Saturday suggests the injury is not as bad as initially feared and that should be good news for the struggling Hammers.
Source: DailyMail
Jan 31 - 2:41 PM

The extent of Mohamed Diame's injury is still unknown but the midfielder is expected to be out "for a little while".

Sam Allardyce was very vague in his prognosis for Diame and will not be sure of the full extent of the injury until the player gets a scan. Big Sam did say that the injury "may not be as serious as first thought" but we won't know very much until the results from the scan are revealed.
Source: London24
Jan 22 - 9:22 PM