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Pablo Hernandez Dominguez | Midfielder

Team: Swansea City
Age / DOB:  (29) / 4/11/1985
Ht / Wt:  5'8' / 141

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Pablo Hernandez is the latest Swansea City man to leave the Liberty Stadium and join the Qatari Starts League as he signs for Al-Arabi.
Chico Flores and Michael Laudrup have already reunited with another club in the same league, Lekhwiya, who were the champions of the Qatari Stars League last season. Hernandez had fallen out of favor under Garry Monk and a move in the summer window was always in the cards. Aug 14 - 8:05 PM

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Garry Monk revealed that the three substitutions he made during Swansea City's draw with Crystal Palace were not of the tactical variety, Pablo Hernandez was removed after aggravating a hamstring problem, while both Wilfried Bony and Ashley Williams left because of illness.

With the Swans one of several clubs not playing this gameweek, the illnesses to Bony and Williams should not play a factor in their availability when they host West Brom on March 15th. Hernandez, meanwhile, had only made his way back from a hamstring issue only to reactivate it again, making him difficult to trust in fantasy even when you know he is starting. Wayne Routledge should see more action should Hernandez be sidelined for any length again, and Garry Monk still waits on the return of Michu.

Swansea City handed their new manager Garry Monk everything he could ask for, scoring three goals in the second half and keeping a clean sheet to give him a debut win in the South Wales Derby over Cardiff City 3-0.

The tactical move to bring Pablo Hernandez in to start the second half was the catalyst to give the Swans the pieces necessary to break down the Cardiff defense, as he was able to find the gaps and make key passes that led to two assists, one that led Wayne Routledge down the left flank toward his first goal in 38 league games to open the scoring, then a free kick that met the head of Wilfried Bony when the result was already in the bag. Nathan Dyer also notched his fifth goal of the campaign. As critical as Michael Laudrup was to Swansea's rebirth in the top flight, it seemed clear they needed a change, and the result today seems to validate the move.
Feb 8 - 2:32 PM

Pablo Hernandez is targeting a return to the squad for Swansea City this weekend when they travel to face Birmingham City in the F.A. Cup.

This would be a significant boost to Michael Laudrup's injury plagued squad, but the story from Swansea's official website is only provided by Hernandez himself. He is back in training but Laudrup is not quoted as confirming his availability for the weekend. Should Hernandez feature, he could be in line for a start against woeful Fulham in the next league game.
Jan 23 - 1:51 PM

Swansea City have been given a much needed fitness boost ahead of their weekend clash with Tottenham, as Roland Lamah and Dwight Tiendalli have both been declared fit while Pablo Hernandez and Nathan Dyer have a chance to make the bench.

Lamah and Tiendalli are fringe players for Laudrup but with so many injuries throughout the squad, the duo will be a welcome addition to what had been a complete absence of depth. It would be difficult to back any Swans this weekend with the exception of Wilfried Bony, but prepare to start looking at their prospects after this weekend - their schedule gets extremely favorable at just the right time.

Pablo Hernandez and Roland Lamah are suffering from hamstring and abductor strains respectively, and both are considered unavailable for the next two to three weeks for Swansea City.

Hernandez's absence has the bigger impact for both Michael Laudrup and fantasy managers alike, as Lamah was always a fringe player for the Swans. Lamah actually replaced Hernandez during Swansea's Boxing Day match with Manchester City, but both have joined Nathan Dyer as wingers on the shelf for Laudrup. Though the weekend matchup at Old Trafford isn't a great one, those looking for a nailed on budget 5th midfielder with attacking potential could do well with Wayne Routledge, who actually scored at Old Trafford just a few days ago in the FA Cup.

Swansea City midfielder Pablo Hernandez was subbed on at the 66th minute against Valencia, marking his return to the pitch since battling a thigh injury.

Hernandez is looking to get his season going after being out of Premier League action since September 1st, with the exception of a thirty minute appearance against West Ham in late October. Manager Michael Laudrup will be hoping Hernandez will be fit enough to start the weekend against Manchester City, as he will still be without Michu and Wifried Bony's availability is also in doubt.
Thu, Nov 28, 2013 06:03:00 PM

Pablo Hernandez will not make the squad for Swansea City in their anticipated showdown with Cardiff City due to a thigh injury.

The injury was sustained in the Swans 0-0 draw with West Ham last weekend as Hernandez was just making his way back from a hamstring issue. Wayne Routledge has more or less been the replacement in his absence. He is worth monitoring if he can regain fitness during the Swans favorable schedule, currently priced under 8m.
Source: Mirror
Fri, Nov 1, 2013 03:09:00 PM

Pablo Hernandez is targeting a return to action when Swansea take on Sunderland next weekend following a long layoff due to a hamstring injury.

According to Swansea's official website, Pablo Hernandez states he believes he is ready to go against the Black Cats but it will be up to manager Michael Laudrup's opinion as to whether or not the Spanish international will be fit in time for the match. Hernandez was in form at the time of injury, scoring a goal and assisting another in his last appearance, but fantasy managers should shy away until seeing him back on the pitch.
Sun, Oct 13, 2013 01:29:00 PM

Pablo Hernandez was the hero for Swansea City today, providing the assist on their opening goal then scoring their 2nd to propel the Swans to a 0-2 win over West Brom.

In both chances, the scorers didn't have a defender within 8 yards as West Brom struggled to mark their opponents consistently throughout the day. The assist came on a cross to a wide open Ben Davies who volleyed it home, and the goal came from a Michu touch pass that left the Spaniard with plenty of space to thrash the ball into net. With Wilfried Bony looking mostly a non-factor, Pablo is probably the best Swansea fantasy option after Michu right now.
Sun, Sep 1, 2013 10:55:00 AM