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James Morrison

29-Year-Old Midfielder     West Bromwich Albion  Premier

Birthdate:  May 25, 1986    Height:  5' 10"    Weight:  141 lbs    
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August 24, 2015    James Morrison News

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Morrison scored both of West Brom's goals in their 3-2 loss to Chelsea on Sunday, but also missed a penalty kick during the first half.

Morrison's day got off to a rough start, as his penalty kick attempt down the middle was saved by Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois just 14 minutes into Sunday's contest. However, following that disappointment, Morrison responded quite admirably, beating Courtois on two occasions to supply West Brom's lone goals so far this season.

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April 20, 2015

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Morrison scored just his second goal of the season in Saturday's 2-0 win against Crystal Palace.

Morrison was left unmarked in the second minute and headed home from a Chris Brunt corner. It was an almost identical strike to his first goal in September against Tottenham when he connected with a corner from the same man.

December 27, 2014

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Morrison set up the side's only goal in Friday's 3-1 defeat to Man City.

Morrison was struck by the ball inside the six yard box and it then hit Brown Ideye on the back of the head before rolling into the goal.

September 21, 2014

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Morrison scored the winning goal in Sunday's 1-0 win at Tottenham.

Morrison headed home from a Chris Brunt corner to give the visitors a surprise win at White Hart Lane. This was Morrison's first start of the season although fantasy owners shouldn't rely on Morrison given his injury problems as well as low goal and assist numbers.

August 31, 2014

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Morrison made his first league appearance of the season as a substitute during Saturdayís 3-0 loss at Swansea.

Morrison replaced captain Chris Brunt in the 72nd minute and was unable to have an impact on a game that was already well beyond West Bromwich Albion. Morrison had a dangerous shot parried by Swansea keeper Lukasz Fabianski late on and is likely to slot into the starting line-up after the international break. Fantasy owners should be mindful of Morrisonís regular injury woes and low numbers for both goals and assists.

August 26, 2014

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Morrison made his return from a knee injury as a substitute in West Bromwich Albionís penalty shootout victory over Oxford United in the Capital One Cup second round on Tuesday.

Morrison entered the fray in the 64th minute and ended up playing for the remainder of normal time in addition to 30 minutes of extra time before missing the first spot kick in the post-game shootout. Morrison regularly suffers with injuries and this, as well as low numbers in both goals and assists, make him a weak fantasy player

August 20, 2014

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Morrison (knee) was fit enough for Mondayís Under-21 game and only didnít play due to rules on the number of over-age players, manager Alan Irvine told the club website.

Morrison has an outside chance of making the squad for Saturdayís game against Southampton and is good value to pick up a handful of assists as a key part of the teamís midfield.

August 8, 2014

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Morrison will miss Saturday's friendly against Porto with a knee injury, Express and Star reports.

Despite sitting out Saturday, Morrison will still have a shot to play in the EPL opener against Sunderland on Aug. 16. With the long season ahead, resting Morrison is likely more precautionary than anything else.