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Ki Sung-yueng

26-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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2015 Proj. Swansea City 1731 3 1 22 9 933 3 15 30 24

August 30, 2015    Ki Sung-yueng News

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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.

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Ki Sung-yueng: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

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.

August 15, 2015

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Ki is not in the 18-man squad to face Newcastle on Saturday.

Ki suffered the injury last weekend against Chelsea, and while manager Garry Monk indicated that he did not think it was serious, Ki will need at least another week before he's back to fitness. Jack Cork will get the start Saturday in his absence.

August 8, 2015

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Ki suffered a hamstring injury against Chelsea on Saturday but manager Garry Monk doesn't believe it to be serious and even thinks he'll be in contention next week against Newcastle, Gareth Vincent of the South Wales Evening Post reports.

Ki exited the pitch in just the 41st minute of the match but managed to walk off under his own power, further supporting Monk's suggestion that the injury is not serious. Nevertheless, Jack Cork will be expected to start if the South Korean is unable to play next Saturday.

May 17, 2015

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Ki will not play in the final two games of the season after undergoing minor knee surgery but will be fit for preseason training.

Ki has been a surprisingly effective fantasy producer this year, chipping in eight goals in 33 appearances. While his loss does hurt Swansea a bit, there is little to play for at this point in the season.

May 2, 2015

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Sung-Yueng was subbed onto the pitch in just the 78th minute of Saturday's match against Stoke City but still managed to score his eighth goal of the season.

Sung-Yueng has been a sub for manager Garry Monk for the past two weeks but obviously that didn't stop Sung-Yueng from producing Saturday. The 26-year-old is still not a reliable option if he continues to come off the bench, although his goal against Stoke may cause Monk to alter his lineup for Monday's match against Arsenal.

February 22, 2015

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Sung-Yueng scored his fifth goal of the season against Manchester United on Saturday.

Sung-Yueng has had a surprising season when considering that he only managed to compile three goals in Premier League play during the 2013-14 campaign. He may see even more opportunities yet when Swansea faces Burnley this Saturday, a lowly squad that's conceding 1.69 goals per match.