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Robbie Brady

24-Year-Old Midfielder/Defender     Norwich City  Premier


Republic of Ireland

Birthdate:  January 14, 1992    Birthplace:  Dublin, Ireland    Nationality:  Republic of Ireland    Height:  5' 9"    Weight:  152 lbs    
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April 7, 2016    Robbie Brady News

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Brady had an assist and created three chances in Norwich City’s 3-2 home win against Newcastle on Saturday.

Whatever happens between now and the end of the season, Brady has certainly been one of the fantasy finds of the year. Saturday was another demonstration of his solid left foot, as he delivered a beautiful cross for Timm Klose’s opener.

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March 20, 2016

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Brady netted the winner home and tallied three shots (one on target), two dribbles and eight crosses in 76 minutes of play in Saturday's 1-0 win over West Brom.

Brady has been one of the best and most consistent players of the team. He now has three goals and one assist on the season and is typically very active in offense regardless if he lines up as midfielder or left back. Unfortunately as he was going for an aerial, he fell awkwardly and had to be replaced shortly after that with an apparent injury. Luckily, his next game doesn't come until Apr 2 and unless it's a serious injury he'll have plenty of time to recover for the crucial home game against survival rivals Newcastle.

March 7, 2016

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Brady is considered questionable for Saturday's match versus Manchester City after suffering a calf injury this past weekend, the Eastern Daily Press reports.

Brady was lifted after just 27 minutes versus Swansea, and he will be reevaluated by the Norwich medical team before a determination is made regarding his status for Matchweek 30.

March 5, 2016

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Brady (mouth) is starting Saturday against Swansea.

Brady had two teeth knocked out during the midweek match against Chelsea, but he was never expected to miss much time after visiting a dentist, and he'll claim his regular starting spot.

March 4, 2016

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Brady is expected to play Saturday against Swansea despite losing two teeth in a clash of heads during Tuesday's match against Chelsea.

Brady's fantasy upside has been a bit limited this season in formats that don't use peripheral stats, but he's been active in deeper scoresheets, particularly with crosses.

March 2, 2016

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Brady lost two teeth after clashing heads with Gary O'Neil in Norwich's 2-1 loss to Chelsea on Tuesday, reports Sky Sports.

The impact also left a cut on O'Neil's forehead that required stitches. The team hasn't given any word as to whether the injuries may require time off, but neither player was substituted in the match.

February 14, 2016

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Brady scored the opener on three shots (one on target) and curled in eight crosses in the 2-2 draw to West Ham on Saturday.

Brady dispossessed a ball in the Hammers' territory, advanced forward and took a brilliant shot to snatch the lead for Norwich. The versatile defender has been outstanding for the Canaries this season. That's his second goal of the campaign and he also has one assist. He's lined up all over the left flank but his primarily defensive usage is limiting his fantasy upside.

December 29, 2015

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Brady blasted two shots off target and tallied four crosses, one key pass, one dribble, five clearances and picked up a defensive clean sheet in the 2-0 home win over Aston Villa on Monday.

With Wes Hoolahan, Nathan Redmond and Jonny Howson all improving their form as of late and with the potential return of Matthew Jarvis, Brady may stick as a left back for a while. If you can use him in your roster as a defender he may be a hidden gem since he would still give you a winger stats (a total of over four crosses and long balls and almost two - key passes, shots and dribbles – per game). Consider, though, that, as a defender, the Canaries’ porous defense will, more often than not, limit his fantasy upside.