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Leon Britton

33-Year-Old Midfielder     Swansea City  Premier


Birthdate:  September 16, 1982    Birthplace:  Merton, England    Nationality:  England    Height:  5' 6"    Weight:  141 lbs    
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April 12, 2015    Leon Britton News

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Britton has seven Premiere League appearances on the season.

Britton struggles to get playing time on the pitch and his low appearance total serves as proof. Unfortunately for the 32-year-old this situation is not expected to turn in his favor before the season comes to an end.

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April 2, 2015

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Britton has recovered from his back injury, and he is expected to be available for Saturday's match against Hull City.

Britton has spent most of the season as an unused substitute this season, something that isn't likely to change much despite his full return to fitness.

January 29, 2015

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Britton is dealing with a groin injury and will likely have a late fitness test ahead of Sunday's match against Southampton, Express reports.

Britton has been relegated to the sidelines since Jan. 10, although he's only made seven total appearances for Swansea this season. The 32-year-old started in all but one of those seven matches, so there's a real possibility that the midfielder moves directly into the starting XI when he eventually return to health.

December 21, 2014

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Britton (knee) was not available for Saturday's match against Hull City, although manager Garry Monk says his injury is not believed to be serious, the South Wales Evening Post reports.

Britton's next chance to get on the pitch will come against Aston Villa on Friday. Although, his knee will be monitored through the week to determine his availability ahead of Friday's match.

November 13, 2014

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Britton (knee) was subbed onto the pitch during the 87th minute of Sunday's 2-1 victory over Arsenal.

Britton had been sidelined with a knee injury since the preseason but has obviously overcome that ailment with Sunday's appearance on the pitch. He will likely be used in limited fashion yet again win Swansea faces Manchester City on Nov. 22.

October 16, 2014

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Britton (knee) recently began running and is growing closer to his 2014-15 debut.

Britton has dealt with a knee injury since the preseason and has been unable to overcome severe bruising that continually prolongs his return to the pitch. His last estimated return date was given for mid-November and this recent news seem to confirm that he's on track for a return in the near future.

October 2, 2014

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Britton (knee) suffered a setback during his rehab process and is now expected to be away from the pitch until mid-November, Western Mail reports.

Britton encountered a preseason knee injury that has left him sidelined for every game this season. He made 34 appearances for Swansea last year and will likely see time on the pitch when he eventually returns to health.

September 11, 2014

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Britton is expected to be sidelined for at least four more weeks due to his ongoing knee injury, the South Wales Evening Post reports.

Britton suffered a stress fracture in his knee during pre-season and has been effectively unable to train since. Manager Garry Monk said he thinks he'll be able to start training in roughly three weeks, which could get him match ready by four, although it wouldn't be surprising if he was limited early on.