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Ki Sung-yueng

27-Year-Old Midfielder     Swansea City  Premier

Korea Republic

Birthdate:  January 24, 1989    Birthplace:  Gwangju, South Korea    Nationality:  Korea Republic    Height:  6' 2"    Weight:  165 lbs    
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February 13, 2016    Ki Sung-yueng News

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Ki (concussion) is available off the bench Saturday against Southampton.

Ki was a regular starter before suffering the head injury, and while it's certainly a positive that he is available Saturday, his fantasy upside is very limited off the bench.

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February 4, 2016

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Ki will miss Saturday's match against Crystal Palace after suffering a concussion Tuesday against West Brom, the South Wales Evening Post reports.

Ki took a knock to the head from West Brom's Stephane Sessegnon and eventually had to be stretched off the pitch while being administered oxygen. The good news was that he did not have to be hospitalized, but it's obviously serious enough that he'll miss this weekend's match. Leroy Fer could slot into Ki's spot, though Alberto Paloschi is also a possibility. Ki is expected to return Feb. 13 against Southampton.

February 2, 2016

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Ki was stretchered off from Tuesday's match against West Brom with an undisclosed issue, according to Jonathan Legard of the BBC.

Ki was wearing an oxygen mask while getting taken off and replays didn't show exactly what happened to him. New-signee Alberto Paloschi came on for Ki, and would presumably start for him if the latter has to miss any additional time.

January 18, 2016

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Ki took one shot, made two key passes, centered two crosses and earned an assist in Monday's 1-0 win over Watford.

Making his third consecutive league start, Ki earned his first assist of the season, centering a cross to Ashley Williams to thump home with a header. The departure of Jonjo Shelvey could see Ki become a regular in the starting XI, and this performance should certainly earn him another nod this weekend versus Everton this weekend.

December 26, 2015

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Ki scored on his only shot in a 1-0 win over West Brom on Saturday.

That shot was one of two on target in the entire game, so to say it was a slow game would be an understatement. Ki has shown his ability to score in the past, but that makes his first goal of the season this year, Look for him to build on that total for weeks to come.

August 30, 2015

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Ki (hamstring) is available off the bench for Sunday's match against Manchester United.

Ki is coming off a hamstring injury that he suffered in the first match of the season and manager Garry Monk will look to ease the midfielder back into the swing of things even those he's a perennial starter when healthy.

August 22, 2015

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Ki (hamstring) is not in the 18-man squad to face Sunderland on Saturday.

There was some hope that Ki would be available after returning to training this week, but he injury he suffered during the opener against Chelsea has not healed enough for his return. His next opportunity to play will come next Sunday against Manchester United.

August 21, 2015

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Ki (hamstring) remains an injury doubt for Saturday's match at Sunderland, the Western Morning News reports.

Ki suffered the injury during the opening weekend against Chelsea, but he's return to training and may get a shot at a late fitness test to be available for Saturday's match. He's a regular starter when fit, though a spot on the bench isn't out of the question given the injury.