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Ryan Mason | Midfielder

Team: Tottenham Hotspur
Age / DOB:  (24) / 6/13/1991
Ht / Wt:  5'9" / 157

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Mauricio Pochettino has indicated that Ryan Mason will be available for selection when Tottenham take on R.S.C. Anderlecht tonight in Brussels.
With Nacer Chadli looking to be out for a spell and Hueng Min-Son not quite yet fit, this is good timing for Pochettino's midfield options. Perhaps Mason will be merely a bench option in the Europa clash but it sets him up to get a potential start when Spurs play AFC Bournemouth in Week 10. Potentially, Christian Eriksen could shift to the outside, opposite Erik Lamela, with Mason playing centrally. Otherwise, if Mason does not start, one of Clinton N'Jie or Andros Townsend will take the left flank with Eriksen occupying in the middle. It probably isn't worth taking a shot on Mason yet in any format, because Son's return is imminent and it may reduce Mason to a bench role. Oct 22 - 6:18 AM
Source: Physio Room

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Ryan Mason, Mousa Dembele and Nabil Bentaleb, who have all been sidelined for several matches, will once again miss out when Tottenham travel to the Liberty Stadium on Sunday to face Swansea City.

Well, the good news for Spurs is that they have begun to find form without these three in the mix. The bad news is, and especially for fantasy managers, it that Mauricio Pochettnio seemimgly refuses to give an accurate return for injured Spurs players this season. Mason was originally thought to only miss a game at most, but it is clear now that his knee injury is worse than the public was led to believe. The same lack of transparency had been shown by Mauricio Pochettino already this season in regard to Christian Eriksen. Unlike Eriksen though, at least the three players mentioned here are necessarily are not the crown jewel of your fantasy team.
Oct 2 - 4:15 PM

It took a late goal by Ryan Mason, but Tottenham were finally able to notch their first victory of the season, squeaking by Sunderland, 0-1.

It was by no means a convincing performance from Spurs but they will gladly take the win. Heung-min Son was handed a start straight away and showed some involvement, though he drifted into a central role in virtually every buildup and there was a lack of team cohesion in the attack to allow for quality chances. The defense were able to escape some quality Sunderland chances though to keep the game scoreless. The introduction of Erik Lamela late on provided a spark and it was his pass to Mason who timed a run to split the Black Cats back line which created the goal. Unfortunately, Mason banged up his knee in the process and had to be stretchered off, so he becomes an instant doubt for Week 6 and beyond.
Source: NBC Sports
Sep 13 - 10:38 AM

Ryan Mason is expected to be available for the first match of the Premier League season despite missing the clubs’ All-Star MLS game in Denver, USA because of a knee injury.

Mason was on the receiving end of a Jack Wilshere tackle as England prepared to face the Republic of Ireland back in June - scans revealed minor ligament damage, which [fortunately] did not require surgery. Mason was a noticeable absentee as Spurs touched down on U.S. soil along with Alex Pritchard [ankle] and Andros Townsend [shoulder] but while the latter are expected to miss the curtain raiser at Old Trafford the 24 year-old is believed to be close to a return. Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado will not be involved either as Pochettino has sanctioned the sale of the two strikers.
Jul 28 - 9:52 AM

Tottenham midfielder Ryan Mason has been withdrawn from the England squad after picking up an injury in training this week.

Mason will return to his club for treatment on a knee problem – the severity of which is unknown – and will miss the upcoming international matches against Republic of Ireland and Slovenia. New Everton signing and former Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley has been drafted into the group as a replacement. Other than a minor niggle for Fabian Delph – picked up during the FA Cup final – and Danny Welbeck who has struggled with heavy bruising [knee] England manager Roy Hodgson has been able to work with a strong 25-man squad. Harry Kane will not be involved as he prepares for the under-21 European Championships in the Czech Republic.
Source: talkSPORT
Jun 6 - 2:18 AM

Tottenham earned a first win in six games as they bounced back from losing the League Cup final by beating Swansea.

A thrilling game ended 3-2 to Tottenham, but that only tells half the story. Spurs took the lead through Nacer Chadli but that hardly mattered when, minutes later, Swansea's Bafetimbi Gomis collapsed on the pitch and had to be stretchered off. The game restarted and Ki Sung-Yueng equalised for the visitors within 10 minutes after Gylfi Sigurdsson's free kick had hit the post. That was how it stayed until the second half when Spurs turned the screw and scored twice through Ryan Mason and a fine individual goal from Andros Townsend to make it 3-1. The home side were in complete control until Sigurdsson hit a volley with two minutes to go to set up a grandstand finish. Swansea pressed and had one last chance but Hugo Lloris made a world class save in injury time to ensure the game ended 3-2.

Young Spurs midfielder Ryan Mason has signed a contract extension that will see him remain at the club through the year 2020.

Having broken into the Spurs squad in a significant way this season, the energetic Mason has made 18 appearances foe the North London club and this contract should represent a chance to improve on that number significantly. Mason is a Spurs academy graduate and has been out on loan at Swindon Town, Millwall, Doncaster and Yeovil as he pushed toward the Spurs first team. Mason seems likely to become a crowd favorite between his all-effort style and status as a home grown product.
Source: BBC Sport
Jan 23 - 11:54 AM

Ryan Mason will make his long awaited return to first team action on Wednesday when Tottenham entertain Sheffield United at White Hart Lane in the semi-final of the Capital One Cup.

Mason limped out of the New Years’ Day clash with Chelsea after injuring his hamstring and hasn’t appeared since but Mauricio Pochettino confirmed during Tuesdays’ pre-match press conference that the young midfielder would be available for selection although a calf injury keeps teammate Erik Lamela on the sidelines. Spurs will also welcome back Younes Kaboul [illness] who missed the win over Sunderland but Frederico Fazio and Vlad Chiriches are still out. Nacer Chadli will not be involved either after Tottenham confirmed the Belgium international has returned home due to personal reasons.
Jan 20 - 4:36 PM

A hamstring injury is expected to keep Ryan Mason out of Mondays’ FA Cup game at Turf Moor as Tottenham take on Burnley in the third round.

The unfortunate midfielder only lasted 14 minutes of the New Years’ Day victory over Chelsea at White Hart Lane and although initial reports suggested quite a severe tear his absence today is thought to be more of a precaution. Mason joins Erik Lamela on the treatment table after the Argentine confirmed via social media that he is suffering from a minor calf problem although the attacker does stand a better chance of being involved if Pochettino decides to risk him. Spurs could also rotate with Emmanuel Adebayor, Michel Vorm and Paulinho all hoping for game time in the match against Burnley.
Jan 5 - 11:35 AM

Tottenham will need to check on Ryan Mason ahead of the upcoming games against Leicester City and Manchester United after limping out of Saturdays’ win over Burnley at White Hart Lane moments before half-time.

Mason has seen his stock rise significantly at Spurs this season – having enjoyed a number of loan spells including Swindon and Lorient the midfielder has come of age since his debut back in Septembers’ North London derby and has been a key player for Mauricio Pochettino ever since managing to nail down a place in Tottenhams’ highly competitive midfield. With 12 league starts to his name already only Christian Eriksen has more and Mason is the preferred option over the more established Moussa Dembele and Benjamin Stambouli so this setback will come as a blow although Pochettino did add post-match that "he hoped the [ankle] injury wasn’t too serious."
Source: Daily Mail
Mon, Dec 22, 2014 04:48:00 AM

Ryan Mason continued his productive fantasy form against Aston Villa.

We said we'd monitor Mason's form after his promising start and can report that the 23-year-old midfielder is going from strength to strength. A further 13 points against Villa included five tackles won, three pass interceptions and his all-round contributions have led to him becoming a vital cog in Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham machine. In this form Mason is an excellent budget option, priced at £5million in the Yahoo fantasy form while averaging 8 fantasy points per game.
Tue, Nov 4, 2014 05:47:00 AM

Tottenham looked on paper to have Newcastle United's number heading into their match today and an opening goal from Emmanuel Adebayor fit the script, but things turned ugly in the second half, and Spurs would eventually lose 1-2.

Nervy times for Mauricio Pochettino at White Hart Lane. With a mediocre start to the season, Spurs had to view this fixture as a must-win, and if they were to consider themselves a club that deserves to play European ball, a win in convincing fashion. Instead, they seemed to rest on their opening goal and got outplayed in the second half. Ryan Mason was the bright spot for the opening 45 minutes, he was at the center of most of their chances and he provided the assist to Adebayor's goal. The defense was an absolute shambles with Eric Dier particularly to blame out of the group. Spurs sit in the bottom half of the table and their fantasy assets look none-too attractive right now.
Source: NBC Sports
Sun, Oct 26, 2014 11:49:00 AM

Ryan Mason was impressive again as he made his third consecutive Premier League start against Manchester City.

Mason has come from nowhere to become a key member of Maurico Pochettino's first team in the past month, and there are signs that the midfielder could be a useful fantasy asset. The 21-year-old is playing a central role in front of Etienne Capoue, dictating the pace of Tottenham's attacks and getting himself in to the box on regular occasions, as well as showing an aptitude for breaking up the opposition. Two shots on target and a bunch of tackles and interceptions brought 12 fantasy points against Manchester City (despite being on the end of a 4-1 defeat), so we'll be monitoring his form moving forward to determine whether he can be added to the "bargain" category of midfielders to consider each week. Mason is priced at less than £4million in the Yahoo game.
Mon, Oct 20, 2014 09:40:00 AM