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Robert Brady | Forward

Team: Hull City
Age / DOB:  (22) / 1/14/1992
Ht / Wt:  5'9" / 152

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Robbie Brady assisted on a Tom Ince goal and then scored one of his own but it wasn't enough as Hull City let a second half lead slip away for the third match in a row.
First it was West Ham United coming back from two one goal deficits to gain a 2-2 draw with Hull City. Then it was dire Newcastle coming back from two down in the second half for a 2-2 draw this past weekend. Now Steve Bruce has to be genuinely worried as his side have let a third second half lead in a row slip away to modest opposition. This time the result was a 3-2 loss and elimination from the Capital One Cup. Not a good trend for a team that was dangerously close to the drop last season despite their FA Cup final appearance and some famous results. Sep 24 - 7:24 PM
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Robbie Brady had a difficult first season in the Premier League due to a hernia injury and his second season is off to a rocky start after he didn't feature in Hull City's Europa Cup first leg match.

With Robert Snodgrass and Tom Ince both added over the summer, it appears that Robbie Brady's place in the squad has suffered if Europa Cup playing time is any indicator. None of the three "flair" players started the match with David Myler, Tom Huddlestone, Jake Livermore and Gedo taking those honors. In the late-going it was Snodgrass and Ince who came off the bench while Brady watched on from the sidelines. It is only one match but those hoping for a reprise of his great start last season may be disappointed in his lack of playing time.
Source: UEFA.com
Aug 6 - 1:01 PM

Attacking midfielders Robby Brady and Sone Aluko face fitness tests ahead of today's FA Cup final.

This is particularly important for Steve Bruce because his two best forwards - Shane Long and Nikica Jelavic - are both cup-tied and the manager will need to be creative to find the offense to compete with Arsenal. If Brady and Aluko are healthy and can start then the task will be easier, if not, Bruce will need to be very lucky or very good in his attempts to generate a sustained attack.
Source: bbc.com
May 17 - 9:37 AM

The Hull City attacking midfielder has been ruled out of his team's Week 27 trip to struggling Cardiff City.

Remember when Brady was one of the early season fantasy surprises and we were all excited that he was coming back from hernia surgery early? That was mid-November and he's only played a full match once since and has been a sporadic substitute as he nurses a groin injury. Whether he is unlucky or the quick return undermined his health isn't clear but if he were an Arsenal player we'd all be saying "here we go again". A shame really but maybe he'll be cheap again going into next season.
Source: @Physioroom
Feb 20 - 2:33 PM

Hull will be without Robby Brady for Week 17 against West Brom and likely beyond as he recovers from a groin injury.

Brady has been in and out of the line-up since his hernia surgery and the festive period sees him back on the "out" side of things. The Week 17 report indicates that Brady is "doubtful" for the entire holiday period. It seems likely that Robert Koren and Tom Huddlestone will pick up penalty and set piece duty respectively.
Source: ESPNFC.com
Fri, Dec 20, 2013 03:42:00 PM

Robbie Brady is available to face Liverpool today, despite his being withdrawn at half-time against Crystal Palace last week, and manager Steve Bruce being worried about his fitness after returning from surgery.

Sat, Nov 30, 2013 03:01:00 AM

After returning quickly and suffering a set-back, Robbie Brady returns to the Hull City line-up for Week 12 against Crystal Palace.

In what should be a strong match-up for Hull City and Brady, who takes set pieces, corners and penalties for Steve Bruce, is back as a very solid fantasy option. With McGregor, Koren and Brady all back in the line-up Hull City will more closely resemble the team that started the season so strongly and in Palace they face opposition almost certain to be relegated based on what they've shown so far. It all adds up an opportunity for fantasy managers to pick an inexpensive Brady in midfield.
Source: ESPNFC.com
Fri, Nov 22, 2013 03:39:00 PM

Hull City winger Robbie Brady should be fit to play against Crystal Palace this weekend, after only being able to play a part against Everton since having hernia surgery.

Brady withdrew from the Ireland squad this break, and hopefully the rest has let him heal. Fantasy managers will be looking for assurances that Brady will play this weekend as Hull have a great matchup, at home to stuggling Crystal Palace.
Mon, Nov 18, 2013 11:26:00 PM

Hull's Robbie Brady has withdrawn from the latest Ireland squad due to injury.

Brady, who has hasn't been involved in Hull's last several matches, bar one ill-timed substitute appearance, will hope to be fit for Hull's next match - at home against strugglers Crystal Palace.
Source: Daily Mail
Mon, Nov 11, 2013 03:20:00 PM

Robbie Brady came back too quickly from hernia surgery and again faces doubts about his ability to play in Week 11 against Southampton.

With Southampton playing exceptional defense against all comers and Hull having scored in only two of five road matches, this isn't a great weekend to think about any of their attacking players anyway. That said, Brady's stock drops further with word that his health is still questionable after returning from his hernia surgery too soon in mid-October.
Source: ESPNFC.com
Fri, Nov 8, 2013 03:47:00 PM

With hernia-related issues still lingering, Robbie Brady faces a late fitness check for the Week 10 match with Sunderland.

If fully healthy, Brady would be a prime candidate for fantasy line-ups against Sunderland. The news that his starting status is uncertain for Week 10 relegates him to a risky proposition at best. Unless something more definitive is said about his status before the transaction deadline, you should probably look for alternatives.
Source: ESPNFC.com
Fri, Nov 1, 2013 12:13:00 PM

Hull City Tigers XI: Harper, Rosenior, Figueroa, Bruce, Davies, McShane, Elmohamady, Huddlestone, Meyler, Boyd, Sagbo Substitutes: Jakupovic, Quinn, Brady, Koren, Gedo, Proschwitz, Mclean

Robbie Brady may have come back a week too soon as he continues to recover from hernia surgery and begins this match on the bench. Harper starts his first match of the season for the injured McGregor.
Source: Twitter
Sun, Oct 27, 2013 11:11:00 AM

Robbie Brady returned from his hernia surgery after only two weeks of recovery and played the full 90 minutes in Hull City's 2-1 loss to Everton.

Robbie Brady has been exceptional both in the real world and as a fantasy player thus far this season. His return to the line-up couldn't overcome Everton at Goodison but will certainly help as Hull look to rebound from their first loss in the league since the last day of August. Next up, Spurs at White Hart Lane in Week 9 which doesn't look like a great time to add the Ireland international back into your line-up. Maybe wait one more week until the Week 10 match-up against Sunderland at the Kingston Communications Stadium.
Mon, Oct 21, 2013 10:10:00 AM

Robbie Brady, mere weeks removed from hernia surgery, has been declared fit enough to participate against Everton in Week 8.

Exactly what Brady's role will be - starter, substitute, or sitting on the bench for 90 minutes - is unclear. What is clear is that he has recovered faster than expected from his hernia surgery and is likely to be back and starting matches no later than Week 9. The smart strategy is probably to leave him out this week in hopes that he is a low scoring substitute in Week 8 and his price drops a bit heading into Week 9. If you must have him this week then be sure you have someone who is certain to start on your bench behind him because this recovery story sounds a little too good to be true.
Source: ESPNFC.com
Fri, Oct 18, 2013 12:51:00 PM

Robbie Brady is expected back at full training today, just weeks after hernia surgery.

Brady, who had surgery after Hull's 1-0 win over West Ham, has been working on his fitness and will return to full training today. He could be in line to face Everton at the weekend, though the following run of cup games against Spurs could be a more likely target. Stephen Quinn would again deputize for Hull's leading scorer at Everton if Brady doesn't play.
Wed, Oct 16, 2013 01:16:00 PM