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Aleksandar Kolarov

30-Year-Old Defender     Manchester City  Premier

Birthdate:  November 10, 1985    Birthplace:  Belgrade, Serbia    Nationality:  Serbia    Height:  6' 2"    Weight:  183 lbs    Show ContractHide Contract


Aleksandar Kolarov Contract Information:

Signed an eight-year contract with Manchester City in July of 2010.

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2015 Proj. Manchester City 2108 3 0 44 10 905 36 130 55 32

May 15, 2016    Aleksandar Kolarov News

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Kolarov (knock) is on the bench Sunday against Swansea.

Gael Clichy will get the start in a game Man City need at least a point to clinch their Champions League spot next season.

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Aleksandar Kolarov: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

May 13, 2016

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Kolarov (undisclosed) will face a late fitness test prior to Sunday's season finale against Swansea City.

Kolarov has struggled to find the back of the net in competitions other than the Premier League where he has tallied three this season and two in 2014-15. If he is healthy, the 30-year-old has been displaying good form of late and is worth a look from fantasy owners.

May 6, 2016

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Kolarov (undisclosed) is out for Sunday's match against Arsenal.

Kolarov played the full-90 of last weekend's Premier League match against Southampton before sitting out against Real Madrid in the Champions League; however, manager Manuel Pelligrini hasn't tipped his hand as to what the injury is. Kolarov seemed to have hit a vein of form of late, scoring a goal and adding two assists in his past six Premier League matches to cap off what's been an otherwise inconsistent year to date.

April 23, 2016

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Kolarov kept a clean sheet in Saturday's 4-0 victory over Stoke City.

After a dip in form that saw City lose three straight in February into March, Kolarov spent three matches on the substitutes bench before scoring in a cameo appearance at the beginning of April. Since then, he's been excellent, keeping clean sheets in two of the past three and adding two assists in his past four. With Gael Clichy fit once again, Kolarov may not be selected for Tuesday's Champions League tie, but he has been a consistent performer in the Premier League of late.

April 20, 2016

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Kolarov picked up an assist on six crosses and took one shot off target and three tackles in Tuesday's 1-1 draw to Newcastle.

Kolarov had a busy day both offensively and defensively with the teams swinging back and forth restlessly throughout the whole game. He delivered a perfect cross from free kick finding the header of, the clearly in offside position, Sergio Aguero for the opener. With City playing in two fronts and Gael Clichy getting injured, Kolarov seems to have cemented back his starting role in Premier League and he can be a very fantasy friendly defender when on the pitch.

April 16, 2016

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Kolarov kept a clean sheet in Saturday's 3-0 victory over Chelsea.

On a fairly quiet day for the City back-four, Kolarov put together a steady performance. The Serbian full back has been lighting up the score sheet of late, scoring a goal and adding an assist in his previous two matches after spending three on the sidelines, but his consistent play over the past two weeks has put him back in the starting XI—at least in domestic play.

April 3, 2016

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Kolarov hammered a goal on two shots (both on target) and tallied two dribbles and a clean sheet in 34 minutes off the bench in the Saturday's 4-0 win over Bournemouth.

With the absence of multiple key players in midfield, Kolarov had to be called upon duty, in the second half, in a more advanced role, replacing Kevin de Bruyne, and he responded magnificently. An amazing run ended up with a fantastic shot that put the final stamp to the scoreboard. That's his first appearance in a month, though, after losing out his starting left back role to Gael Clichy. When trusted on the field, however, he's a very capable fantasy performer with three goals, two assists and 11 clean sheets.

February 3, 2016

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Kolarov picked up a defensive clean sheet, three aerials won, one dribble and one clearance in 12 minutes off the bench in the 1-0 away win over Sunderland on Tuesday.

Kolarov endured a quiet return from his calf injury, although, he should be ready to go full swing on Saturday versus Leicester. With the game having a strong title flavor Kolarov should be right back in the starting XI pushing Gael Clichy back to the bench. The former is probably the best fantasy weapon from the Citizens' rearguard. He's already got two goals and two assists on the season and is producing an average of 1.5 shots, just short of two key passes and a combined total of four crosses and long balls per game to make him a potential fantasy outburst on any given game.