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Victor Wanyama

24-Year-Old Midfielder     Southampton  Premier

STATUS:  Suspended    EST. RETURN:  3/19/2016
Birthdate:  June 25, 1991    
Height:  6' 2"    Weight:  168 lbs    Show ContractHide Contract

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Signed a four-year contract with Southampton in July 2013 after transferring from Celtic (12.5 million transfer fee).

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February 6, 2016    Victor Wanyama News

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Wanyama had an assist in Saturday's match before being sent off with a red card in the 54th minute.

Wanyama fed a ball to Maya Yoshida in the ninth minute for the game deciding goal, then was later sent off with a red card for a poor challenge on Dimitri Payet. This was his first assist so far this season in 22 Premier League appearances.

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Victor Wanyama: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

December 12, 2015

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Wanyama (ankle) is starting Saturday against Crystal Palace.

Wanyama missed last weekend's match against Aston Villa due to the ailment, but he'll slot back into the starting lineup in his return. While that's a plus, his fantasy value is rather limited in most formats because of his role as a holding midfielder.

December 10, 2015

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Wanyama will be fit for Saturday's match against Crystal Palace after recovering from an ankle injury, the Southern Daily Echo reports.

The Kenyan was forced out of last weekend's match against Aston Villa after picking up the knock, but he was able to participate in training all week. Wanyama is likely to start, given that he is a fixture in the middle of the field for the Saints, but his sparse offensive contributions make him a lackluster fantasy option.

November 5, 2015

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Wanyama will miss Saturday Premier League game with Sunderland due to suspension.

The Kenyan was sent off in the 78-th minute of the game versus Bournemouth for receiving a second yellow card. In his absence Jordy Clasie and Oriol Romeu are the favorites to pick up the two defensive midfield positions.

October 23, 2015

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Wanyama (knock) is fit for Sunday's match against Liverpool, the Southern Daily Echo reports.

Wanyama apparently suffered the minor knock during last weekend's match against Leicester City, but he was able to train this week and will likely start at Anfield, though given his position as a defensive midfielder he's unlikely to have a meaningful fantasy impact in most formats.

April 17, 2015

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Wanyama is suspended for the next two matches due to yellow-card accumulation.

Primarily a holding midfielder with limited fantasy upside in many formats, Wanyama will be eligible to return May 2 against Sunderland, with Stephen Davis a possible replacement.

February 5, 2015

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Southampton manager Ronald Koeman confirmed Thursday that Wanyama has recovered from his hamstring injury and should feature against QPR on Saturday.

Wanyama will be joined by Morgan Schneiderlin, who has recovered from a groin injury. Both could be inserted right back into the starting XI, with a number of healthy attacking midfielders ahead of them.

January 22, 2015

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Manager Ronald Koeman said Thursday that Wanyama may return from his hamstring injury in "around two weeks."

It's unclear if Koeman was implying it would be two weeks before he is match fit or two weeks until he returns to training, but either way, it won't be a quick recovery. Wanyama was originally given a 4-to-5 week timeframe after suffering the injury Jan. 14 agains Ipswitch, so the latest estimate appears in line with that one.