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Mohamed Diame | Midfielder

Team: Hull City
Age / DOB:  (28) / 6/14/1987
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 176

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Time has been called on Mohamed Diame's sputtering attempt to return to the squad as he underwent another procedure on his troublesome knee that will rule him out for the season.
There were definitely some highlights from Diame's time as a fit player for Hull City this season but the injured days far outweighed the fit days over the second half of the season. The gangly midfielder got some playing time over the past month or so as he tried to return for a late-season push but it wasn't to be. With relegation a real possibility, it may be that Diame has played his last match for the club. May 8 - 1:44 PM


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Mohamed Diame has been playing as a substitute but his status for Week 35 against Arsenal isn't clear as his knee remains sore.

The best thing that fantasy managers can do with the information provided by Hull City about Mohamed Diame's recovery from his knee injury is assume it means that the midfielder will not start against Arsenal in Week 35. He may get a chance to contribute from the bench or he may be given a week to recover without any match action but it seems highly unlikely that Steve Bruce would go into such in important match with a starter that could potentially have to be withdrawn with a known injury issue.
Source: espnfc.com
May 1 - 4:05 PM

Mohamed Diame suffered a bit of a setback in his recovery this week with the club reporting that his knee was sore after training.

With relegation a real possibility, there is no room in Steve Bruce's starting eleven for a player who might have to be substituted early if his sore knee doesn't react well to playing. Diame hasn't been effective off the bench since his return to the squad and Bruce would have to be extremely desperate to accelerate the player's return given the renewed concerns. Fantasy managers should avoid Diame in all formats for Week 34 for sure and likely for the balance of the season.
Source: espnfc.com
Apr 24 - 10:23 AM

Mohamed Diame has returned to the Hull City squad with consecutive substitute appearances that resulted in negative fantasy scores.

Week 32 against Southampton was similar to the previous week. Mohamed Diame was involved but fantasy managers would be excused for not being thrilled about that fact. The surprise goal-scoring machine from earlier in the season has returned but his arrival in the Hull City line-up hasn't been nearly as exciting as it was when he first arrived. You can certainly write this off to knocking the rust off but given that the goal-scoring outburst looked like an outlier when it happened and there aren't many matches left, you should probably temper your expectations for Diame down the stretch if the past two weeks haven't already tempered them for you.
Source: Yahoo.com
Apr 15 - 1:39 PM

Mohamed Diame has finally recovered from his knee injury and will be available to Steve Bruce in Week 31.

Diame was very effective for Hull City in the time between his move from West Ham and his knee injury. Now that he is healthy again Steve Bruce will want to get him into the line-up as quickly as is practical. Fantasy managers may want to give it one more week if they don't have the option switch players after line-ups are announced.
Source: espnfc
Apr 3 - 11:33 AM

Hull City's injured trio of Mohamed Diame, James Chester and Liam Rosenior are back in training but won't be fit enough to take part for the Week 29 trip to Leicester City.

Hull City have seen their form improve in recent weeks with goals from Nikica Jelavic and Dame N'Doye moving them out of the relegation zone. Steve Bruce will be eager to double down on those recent successes but he will have to carry on without Diame, Chester and Rosenior for at least one more week. Week 30 seems like a reasonable target for all three to be available again.
Source: espnfc.com
Mar 13 - 12:11 PM

Mohamed Diame is still not back in training after suffering a setback in his recovery from an early-December knee injury.

The setback comes at a bad time with Weeks 27 and 28 coming right on top of each other. It has already been confirmed that Diame will definitely miss Week 27 and since he's yet to start training again, mid-week will almost definitely come too soon for him to play even a substitute's role in that match.
Source: espnfc.com
Feb 27 - 12:10 PM

Mohamed Diame was supposed to be nearing a return but a further knee injury in training has pushed his timetable back and he will miss Week 26 vs QPR.

Hull City are getting healthier with Nikica Jelavic and Abel Hernandez both rejoining the attack in recent weeks but surprise goalscoring sensation Mo Diame won't join them for Week 26 as expected. The former West Ham man re-injured his knee in training and won't return as expected. No word yet on how far out the setback will push his return date.
Source: espnfc.com
Feb 20 - 3:29 PM

Hull City are confident Senegalese midfielder Mo Diame will be available for selection when the Tigers travel to Old Trafford after a scan this week confirmed the player suffered no significant damage in a training ground injury last weekend.

Diame returned from international duty unscathed and his absence against Tottenham was thought to be due to fatigue following his late return after Africa Cup of Nations duty but Steve Bruce confirmed post-match that the midfielder had a problem with the tendon in his knee which required a scan. The news of his potential return is a major boost for Hull who have only won once since their opening day victory over Queens Park Rangers and hover precariously above the relegation zone. Hatem Ben Arfa will once again be pushing for a start while Bruce has a decision to make as Gaston Ramirez is suspended – Stephen Quinn will battle it out with Abel Hernandez for a place in the eleven.
Source: Daily Star
Thu, Nov 27, 2014 06:05:00 AM

Mohamed Diame continued his red hot form with his fourth goal in five Hull City matches but Hull City gave away another late lead to settle for a draw.

Two of the major story lines of the season thus far for Hull City have been the performance of their new signings and their propensity to give away leads late. Late August arrivals Mohamed Diame and Abel Hernandez both scored to continue the positive trend but Hull City saw Danny Welbeck peg back their lead in stoppage time with a nicely taken left footed goal from an Alexis Sanchez run. Hull City lost Nikica Jelavic to an injury in warm-ups and Steve Harper to a shoulder ligament issue in the 43rd minute.
Sat, Oct 18, 2014 01:29:00 PM

Mohamed Diame played on Wednesday and then traveled back to England from Tunisia leaving his availability for Saturday at the Emirates up in the air.

Diame owners in salary cap leagues where there is unlikely to be an update on Diame's starting status before transfer deadlines should play it safe and sit/sell the midfielder despite his recent goal streak. Owners who have him in a unique ownership format or who are allowed greater flexibility to change line-ups closer to kickoff should have a substitute available in the event that Diame is rested.
Source: ESPNFC.com
Fri, Oct 17, 2014 12:46:00 PM

The Mohamed Diame revolution at Hull City continues as the midfielder scored his third goal in four matches to power Steve Bruce's men to a 2-0 over Crystal Palace.

Mohamed Diame has never scored more than 4 goals in a Premier League season but he is now on the verge of matching that total after only four matches at Hull City. Fellow reclamation project Nikica Jelavic was also on target again as Hull City cruised past Crystal Palace at the KC Stadium. Diame's second half goal came on a header after the ball had deflected out to the wing. Jelavic sealed the win late breaking the offside trap and beating both the last defender and Julian Speroni with a classy finish.
Sat, Oct 4, 2014 12:08:00 PM

Mohamed Diame gave us a better sense of how he is likely to perform for fantasy managers during weeks when he doesn't score a goal.

Diame, scorer of a goal in each of his first two Hull City starts, failed to get on the score sheet in HCFC's Week 6 loss to Manchester City and it showed in his fantasy performance. Granted, the Tigers were outclassed by City but it is worth noting the lack of non-goal-related contributions from Diame in a loss. The hallmark of a strong contributor is that he finds a way to make things happen even when he scores and it has been Diame's history that he doesn't do so.
Source: Yahoo.com
Wed, Oct 1, 2014 02:28:00 PM

Mohamed Diame scored for the second time in his two starts for Steve Bruce at Hull City.

Steve Bruce is starting to look like a transfer genius. He brings in a struggling Shane Long who doubles in value within seven months. He brings in a slumping Nikica Jelavic who starts scoring goals again. For his most recent trick he has brought in Mohamed Diame, a player who has never had more than four goals in an entire Premier League season, and promptly seen him score two goals in two matches. Throw in that both have been of the highest quality and we may have another great acquisition from Steve Bruce. For Yahoo players that's 30 points in two weeks for Diame.
Source: Yahoo.com
Wed, Sep 24, 2014 04:30:00 PM

Hull City have acquired midfielder Mohamed Diame on a £3.5 million transfer from West Ham United.

West Ham have done some good business this summer and had a bit of a jam at midfield so they've decided to recoup of the money spent on big signings Mauro Zarate and Enner Valencia by shipping off Diame. Diame will certainly be a big part of Hull this season, whether he comes off the bench or ends up as a starter. He will at least be part of the rotation and will help provide a spark at times. Despite that, he remains inconsistent and not enough of a stat-stuffer to be a good fantasy option.
Source: BBC
Mon, Sep 1, 2014 04:34:00 PM