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Ryan Mason | Midfielder | #25

Team: Hull City
Age / DOB:  (25) / 6/13/1991
Ht / Wt:  5'9" / 150

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Hull City midfielder Ryan Mason has said that he is happy to play further forward for the Tigers if manager Mike Phelan wants him to.
Hull are going into this weekend's clash at the Stadium of Light short on attacking numbers with Keane, Hernandez and Maloney injured while Diomande is suspended. The £12.5 signing from Spurs used to play in attacking positions in his youth and is happy to do whatever it takes to help his team, even it will take some adapting. Nov 18 - 10:53 AM

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After last weekend's 2-0 home defeat to Stoke and a terrible run preceding it, Hull City dropped into the relegation zone.

The Tigers failed to respond with defiance to the loss to Bournemouth and instead gave another limp performance. Yet again, they suffered primarily through attacks from the wings. While some blame lies with the defence, it's the midfield who do not have the pace to sufficiently deal with their opposition. Ryan Mason in particular must accept blame for failing to rise to expectations going forward and defensively. The defence themselves lack the defiance characterised by their two early season victories. Curtis Davies shouts and tries but the response isn't there. Mike Phelan will hope the imminent return of captain Michael Dawson will give solidity which is certainly absent at present.
Oct 24 - 7:45 AM

Ryan Mason is the latest player to join Hull City following David Marshall and as yet unannounced Jeff Hendrick in bolstering the surprise package of the young Premier League season.

It was a rough go for Ryan Mason at Spurs over the last 24 months. Between injuries and falling behind a number of competitors for central midfield spots in the eyes of Mauricio Pochettino a move is probably best for the young central midfielder. A move to Hull City should give him every opportunity to re-establish himself as a Premier League-quality first team player. As Hull City's record signing, he should slot immediately in to the first team.
Source: @HullCity
Aug 30 - 12:24 PM

Hull City have approached Tottenham about the possible transfer of midfielder Ryan Mason.

There are a few clubs interested in Mason, who Spurs would seem willing to let go, seeing as he is behind the likes of Eric Dier, Mousa Dembele and now Victor Wanyama in the pecking order. The Tigers have a recent history of purchasing central midfielders from Tottenham, as they brought in Jake Livermore and Tom Huddlestone in their last top flight appearance. Mason, who has one cap for England, is still only 25 and could be a valuable addition to a club desperate to add depth to their squad. Should he sign with Hull, there could be some fantasy value there in just about any format.
Source: Sky Sports
Aug 24 - 7:03 AM

Hull City are reportedly interested in Tottenham midfielder Ryan Mason and the newly-promoted club could spend upwards of £10m to get a deal done.

The Tigers apparently like shopping at White Hart Lane when in need of midfield help. In their last top flight season, they acquired both Jake Livermore and Tom Huddlestone from Spurs, and now they are targeting Mason. It appears Mason is best served moving to a new club as Mauricio Pochettino has a pretty settled cast of regulars and at 25 years of age, Mason needs the opportunity to get regular pitch time, which should be possible under Steve Bruce. It would also serve Tottenham well because Mason's value is probably not going to get any higher than he is now should he remain with the club. According to reports, Borussia Dortmund may be interested in him as well.
Source: The Sun
Jul 4 - 7:51 AM

Crystal Palace has emerged as the favorite to land Tottenham midfielder Ryan Mason in the summer transfer window.

Rumors have been swirling about the 24-year-old's future at the club despite signing a five-year contract last year. Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew is known to be keen on a move for the 24-year-old, with reports saying the Eagles are interested in making a £4million bid while Spurs value Mason at around £8million. With the emergence of Dele Alli, Moussa Dembele, and Eric Dier, Mason started only seven Premier League games this season, just two coming after the New Year. But it remains to be seen whether the English international wants to force a departure with Spurs in Champions League next season.
May 26 - 7:29 PM

After falling down the ranks at White Hart Lane, Ryan Mason could be on his way to Bournemouth in search of a starting role.

It wasn't too long ago that Ryan Mason and Nabil Bentaleb were the rising stars of the Spurs midfield. Injuries and the emergence of Dele Alli and Erik Dier along with Mousa Dembele's good health have seen Mason relegated to a reserve role. Bournemouth may come to the rescue and offer a starting role as they look to strengthen for their second season in the Premier League.
May 22 - 9:29 AM

Ryan Mason has been training as he returns from a lengthy ankle injury but Mauricio Pochettino announced the midfielder still needs to be assessed on Friday before determining if he is ready for selection against Watford in Week 25.

Whether Mason is fit or not, he is quite unlikely to enter the XI this week or anytime soon for that matter with a very settled midfield that is still looking for ways to get pitch time for Nacer Chadli, Erik Lamela and Nabil Bentaleb. Mason may be a transfer out candidate over the summer because of the current logjam at the position as he isn't quite good enough to be a regular but is at the right age and has had enough experience to help another club willing to give him pitch time.
Source: Ham & High
Feb 5 - 4:40 AM

Ryan Mason continues to be hampered by an ankle injury that will see him left out of contention for Tottenham's trip to Crystal Palace this weekend.

This will mark the ninth consecutive match Mason will miss out on, along with the FA Cup and replay with Leicester City. Clearly, his ankle is worse than originally diagnosed, as Mauricio Pochettino hinted that the midfielder could make a return on Boxing Day, but you have to go back to the month of November for the last time he featured. The midfield is otherwise healthy at the moment, so his absence isn't too damaging, and it has given the likes of Tom Carroll the chance for a run in the side. At this point, there is no cause to predict his return. With this length of layoff, he will likely need a week or more of training before he can even be suitable for a bench role.
Jan 22 - 1:32 AM

Ryan Mason was thought to be very close to returning to action from an ankle injury when Spurs drew with Leicester City over the weekend and might do so when Tottenham play the Foxes again on Wednesday.

Mauricio Pochettino indicated in the press conference before the FA Cup tie that Mason was "very close", so although he has yet to be declared fully fit ahead of Wednesday's league match, the midfielder should be considered as a better than 50/50 chance of making the squad, though likely in a bench role. Tom Carroll has benefited from his absence in recent weeks, making appearances in five straight league games, starting three of them.
Jan 12 - 2:28 AM

Mauricio Pochettino confirmed that Ryan Mason is available for selection when Tottenham host Norwich City on Boxing Day.

Mason has been out since Week 15 with an ankle problem but will now bolster the depth of the midfield squad ahead of a busy stretch where Spurs, like everyone else, will play three league games in eight or nine days, including two just 48 hours apart. Perhaps he will be utilized then in a starting role for Week 19 against Watford to allow a more nailed-on midfielder a bit of rest. He is not carrying much fantasy appeal for now, but that could change in the near future.
Wed, Dec 23, 2015 09:01:00 AM

Mauricio Pochettino indicated in his press conference ahead of Tottenham's match with Southampton that Ryan Mason and Clinton N'Jie will miss out.

It will be another week for Spurs in which their depth on the bench will be tested as N'Jie is the only other forward player that can somewhat replace Harry Kane if need be and Mason's versatility in central midfield will certainly be missed, especially with Mousa Dembele's status still up in the air. Tottenham are looking to bounce back from a crushing defeat at the hands of Newcastle United this weekend.
Fri, Dec 18, 2015 06:54:00 AM

Ryan Mason has been ruled out for Tottenham's trip to the Hawthorns in Week 15 with an ankle issue but Mauricio Pochettino made a point to suggest the injury is not too serious.

Poch said Saturday was too soon for Mason to recover but felt good about the midfielder's chances of returning to training next week. While Spurs have had many injuries floating through their midfield over the first half of the season, they have been somewhat fortunate that when one goes down, another is returning from injury or suspension. Mason got the start last week because of Dele Alli's suspension but Alli will surely retain his spot alongside Eric Dier while Christian Eriksen and Mousa Dembele will be further forward with one of Hueng-min Son or Erik Lamela.
Source: Ham & High
Thu, Dec 3, 2015 11:23:00 PM

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.
Source: Physio Room
Thu, Oct 22, 2015 06:18:00 AM

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.
Fri, Oct 2, 2015 04:15:00 PM