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Chris Smalling

26-Year-Old Defender     Manchester United  Premier


Birthdate:  November 22, 1989    Birthplace:  Greenwich, England    Nationality:  England    Height:  6' 4"    Weight:  198 lbs    Show ContractHide Contract


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Signed a nine-year contract with Manchester United in July of 2010.

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June 20, 2016    Chris Smalling News

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Smalling and the England back line held Slovakia scoreless in Monday's 0-0 draw, their first of the tournament. Smalling didn't have much to do as England dominated possession, but still won five aerials in the process.

Smalling and Gary Cahill have made easy work of the first three opponents so far in the Euros, but competition will pick up next match in the knockout rounds.

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June 11, 2016

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Smalling (knee) is starting against Russia on Saturday, according to James Olley of the London Evening Standard.

Smelling picked up the knock to his knee earlier this week in training, but it was never considered serious, and he'll take regular starting spot alongside Gary Cahill against a feisty Russian attack.

June 7, 2016

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Smalling appeared to being limping with ice on his knee following a training session Tuesday, Dan Roan of BBC reports.

A potential injury to Smalling will increase the level of concern about England's oft-maligned back line. The 26-year-old was solid in EPL competition this season, as he recorded 36 tackles and 69 interceptions in 35 outings. If the Manchester United defender in unable to go for Saturday's matchup with Russia, look for John Stones to be called upon to pick up the slack.

June 2, 2016

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Smalling was named in England final 23-man squad for Euro 2016.

Smalling is one of the favorites to start for the Three Lions at center back. Despite scoring the winner in England's dress rehearsal against Portugal on Thursday, though, he typically doesn't bring many offensive statistics, though, so his fantasy upside is primarily dependent on his team's clean sheets and wins. Smalling finished his season with the Red Devils with one assist, eight yellow cards, 19 clean sheets and 55 tackles in 35 Premier League starts.

May 17, 2016

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Smalling committed an own goal and took one shot off target in Tuesday's 3-1 victory over Bournemouth.

Smalling committed a late own goal that ended clean sheets for his keeper and fellow defenders. Smalling finishes league play with 17 clean sheets and one assist. Smalling's season will wrap up Saturday in the FA Cup final against Crystal Palace.

May 8, 2016

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Smalling took two shots off target en route to a clean sheet in Saturday's 1-0 win over Norwich.

Smalling was so close to scoring his first Premier League goal of the season but his header just breezed over the crossbar. Regardless of this misfortune, though, he still gets another solid chunk of fantasy points keeping his 17th clean sheet of 33 Premier League games. The Red Devils are having a double-header next week visiting Upton Park on Tuesday for a clash with the Hammers and finishing the season at home against the Cherries in the season finale.

May 3, 2016

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Smalling was named Manchester United's Payers' Player of the Year at the end-of-season awards dinner Monday night, reports the Daily Mail.

Smalling said it was an honor to be given the award by his peers. He has been a solid performer in the back line this season, helping to deliver 16 clean sheets for the side this season.

April 24, 2016

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Smalling notched an own goal in Saturday's FA Cup semi-final victory over Everton.

Smalling got the Toffees back in the game with a clumsy clearance. The defender tried to clear a no-danger ball with his right foot when the ball was clearly coming to his left side. As a result he slipped and only managed to take a slight deflection on the ball, fooling David de Gea, and sending it into his own net. Smalling's mini-slump continues but the Red Devils' ability to keep clean sheets and win keeps his fantasy upside fairly high. Also, in his next game, he's facing the Foxes, who are going to be without Jamie Vardy.