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Mohamed Diame

27-Year-Old Midfielder     Hull City  Premier


Birthdate:  June 14, 1987    Birthplace:  Creteil    Nationality:  Senegal    Height:  6' 0"    Weight:  176 lbs    Show ContractHide Contract


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Signed a three-year contract with Hull City in September 2014 after transferring from West Ham.

April 6, 2015    Mohamed Diame News

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Diame returned to the pitch as he came off the bench in the 70th minute of Saturday's 3-1 loss to Swansea City. He picked up a yellow card and was unable to get anything going offensively in his limited action.

Saturday was Diame's first appearance since December 3 after suffering a knee injury that forced him to miss 12 league matches. Before picking up the injury Diame had scored four goals in 14 appearances. If he can return to Hull City's Starting XI, he could provide some value down the stretch as one of the Tigers' better attacking options.

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Mohamed Diame: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

April 4, 2015

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Diame (knee) is available off the bench Saturday against Swansea City.

Diame has been sidelined for nearly four months due to the ailment, so it's not surprising that he doesn't start his first game back. He was the Tigers' best offensive option before suffering the injury, and he should return to the starting lineup soon enough.

April 2, 2015

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Diame has recovered from his knee injury, and he will be available for Saturday's match at Swansea City.

Diame was a big offensive force for the Tigers early this season,scoring four goals by mid-October, but he suffered multiple injuries and hasn't played since Dec. 3 due to the latest knee issue. While he may not be immediately inserted back into the starting XI, it will only be a matter of time before manager Steve Bruce gets him back in there to help the Tigers avoid relegation.

March 25, 2015

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Diame has returned to full training and is expected to return to league action when Hull City faces Swansea City after the International Break, reports the Hull Daily Mail.

Diame has missed nearly four months while recovering from a persistent knee injury. His return is much needed for a Hull City club battling to avoid relegation. Before going out with the injury, Diame recorded four goals in 13 appearances and was Hull City's best midfielder.

March 14, 2015

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Diame (knee) was left out of Hull City's lineup for Saturday's match against Leicester City.

The Tigers were hopeful Diame could return for Saturday's match. His next chance to return from his knee injury comes March 22 against Chelsea.

March 11, 2015

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Diame will have a late fitness test to determine his availability for Saturday's match against Leicester City, but even if he passes fit, he will likely not start, the Hull Daily Mail reports.

Diame had four goals in his first five games for Hull, but they have really struggled in his absence, which could push manager Steve Bruce to overplay him early to avoid the relegation zone, where they are now. While he's not a great play while limited, Diame seems close to a full-go.

February 25, 2015

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Diame is hoping to return from his knee injury March 14 against Leicester City, the Hull Daily Mail reports.

Diame was expected to already be back from the injury, but he suffered a setback last week during training and had his return date pushed back. The Hull attack has picked up a bit lately, but it's far more dangerous when he's on the pitch.

February 20, 2015

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Diame suffered a setback in training his week and he will not play Saturday against QPR. "Mo took a knock to his knee Monday so we've taken him off it all week," manager Steve Bruce said. "We did some precautionary scans and x-rays and thankfully everything is ok. It has set him back a while but we donít think it will be too long and we hope that he can be joining in with training again by the middle of next week.Ē

The Hull attack has been brutally inefficient without Diame, and they'll have to fight a potential relegation battle this weekend without him. If he can return to training next week, he may be able to make his return Feb. 28 against Stoke City.