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Robert Snodgrass

26-Year-Old Midfielder     Hull City  Premier


Scotland

Birthdate:  September 7, 1987    Nationality:  Scotland    Height:  6' 0"    Weight:  181 lbs    Show ContractHide Contract

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Signed a three-year contract with Hull City after transferring from Norwich City in June 2014.

June 30, 2014    Robert Snodgrass News

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Snodgrass signed a three-year contract with Hull City on Monday after transferring from Norwich City, the club's official web site reports.

Snodgrass now gets a shot to stay in the Premier League after failing to help Norwich avoid relegation last season. He scored six goals in both of the last two seasons, and should get plenty of opportunities to play at Hull.

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March 3, 2014

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Snodgrass (wrist) will take no part in Scotland's friendly with Poland this week, as he recovers from the effects of a wrist injury which forced him off in the Canaries' last outing against Aston Villa. He sustained the injury will attempting a tackle in the first half of the game, the Eastern Daily Press reports.

Snodgrass has been one of the few bright spots for Norwich-loving fantasy owners in the past few weeks. His injury status will have to be kept an eye on, with Norwich hosting a favourable fixture against Stoke City on March 8.

February 10, 2014

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Snodgrass (groin) will have to take a fitness test prior to the Canaries fixture with West Ham United on Tuesday, according to manager Chris Hughton.

Snodgrass missed the scoreless draw with Man City on Saturday, but if he can pass this fitness test then manager Chris Hughton would likely include him in his matchday squad for the West Ham clash, as he would hope to increase Norwich's attacking threat. Snodgrass has only two goals this season, but one of those did come in the reverse fixture against West Ham at home, a game where Norwich ran out 3-1 winners.

November 27, 2013

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Norwich said that Snodgrass would be out for "several weeks" after injuring his knee prior to Saturday's 2-1 loss to Newcastle, reports the Daily Mail.

Snodgrass has suffered a few injuries this season, and his absence is an issue for Norwich. He is expected to be out until the holiday period.

November 24, 2013

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Snodgrass felt his knee in training on Friday, Norwich Manager Chris Hughton confirms, and was absent from the game against Newcastle United as a result.

Snodgrass when fit is one of the Canaries main goal threats. He has suffered from a number of injuries this season which has seen him miss valuable game time. He will have to be monitored closely during the coming days, as Norwich have a very winnable game against Crystal Palace at home in the next game week.

November 6, 2013

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Snodgrass is back in Chris Hughton's plans for the visit of West Ham on Saturday, the Eastern Daily Press reports.

Snodgrass is almost fully recovered from the concussion he suffered in the Canaries League Cup tie at Old Trafford. He has yet to score this season, but boss Chris Hughton will be hoping he can recapture some of the form he showed last year, as the team is struggling to find the back of the net this season. Snodgrass was second top scorer for the Canaries last season as they were well clear of the relegation area. He only managed six goals to achieve this though, so it is perhaps best to look for your midfield goals elsewhere.

November 2, 2013

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Snodgrass (concussion) is out for Saturday's Premier League match against Manchester City.

Snodgrass suffered a nasty head injury in Tuesday's Capital One Cup match against Manchester United which resulted in a concussion. As a result, he'll sit Saturday with the hopes of being ready for next Saturday's match against West Ham.

October 31, 2013

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Snodgrass, who was released from the hospital Tuesday night after suffering a concussion in a Capital One Cup match against Manchester United, has not been cleared by doctors as of Thursday to play Saturday against Manchester City, the Daily Express reports.

Snodgrass will continue to be assessed over the coming days and it seems highly unlikely that he'll play Saturday given that he was actually knocked unconscious following the hit from Rafael.