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Leroy Fer

26-Year-Old Midfielder     Swansea City  Premier


Netherlands

Birthdate:  January 5, 1990    Birthplace:  Zoetermeer, Netherlands    Nationality:  Netherlands    Height:  6' 2"    Weight:  187 lbs    
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April 28, 2016    Leroy Fer News

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Fer will not play Sunday against Liverpool, and he could miss the final three games of the Premier League season because of a hamstring injury, the South Wales Evening Post reports.

Fer has been a solid performer of late, though his fantasy value is always higher in formats that give points for peripheral stats, as he doesn't figure into many goals.

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Leroy Fer: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

March 12, 2016

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Fer tallied an assist, shot off target and four tackles in the Saturday's 3-2 loss to Bournemouth.

Fer is starting to adjust nicely to the Swans. He picked up his second consecutive assist in his second start of four total games. He's typically a more attacking player but against the Cherries played as a defensive midfielder and couldn't produce much outside the assist. If he can find a starting role in a more advanced position he could be a capable fantasy producer, if not his fantasy upside may be limited.

March 5, 2016

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In just his third league match with Swansea, Fer assisted Gylfi Sigurdsson for the winner against Norwich on Saturday.

Fer came on for Leon Britton in the 55th minute to pick up an assist just six minutes later. Considering how little Swansea finds the back of the net (12 goals in 10 matches), Fer doesn't have much value unless he becomes an every-day starter.

February 1, 2016

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Fer joined Swansea on loan from Queens Park Rangers on Monday for the remainder of the season.

Fer was a decent fantasy performer last season when QPR was in the Premier League, and given the struggles that the Swans' midfielders have had this season, he should surely get plenty of first-team opportunities.

April 25, 2015

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Fer (knee) is available off the bench for Saturday's match against West Ham.

Fear suffered a sprained MCL back in February and was expected to miss 8-to-10 weeks, so his return Saturday is relatively within that time frame. He wasn't given the start because of the long absence, but he was playing very well before getting hurt, so he may get his spot back soon enough.

April 2, 2015

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Manager Chris Ramsey said Thursday that Fer could return from his knee injury in 2-to-3 weeks, London24 reports.

Fer was playing very well before suffering an MCL sprain in early February, which was expected to sideline him for 8-to-10 weeks. Given the short turnaround to Wednesday's match against Aston Villa, Fer could still miss at least four more games in the next three weeks, with the possibility of returning April 25 against West Ham.

February 11, 2015

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Fer was diagnosed with an MCL injury Wednesday and he is out for 8-to-10 weeks.

A huge loss for QPR, as Fer looked like he could be the answer to who will provide some offensive bite alongside Charlie Austin (foot). Bobby Zamora looks likely to continue to start up front for the Rs.

February 10, 2015

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Fer netted in the 17th minute of QPR's 2-0 win at Sunderland on Tuesday, the Rs' first road win this season.

Fer got the start up front next to Bobby Zamora in place of the injured Charlie Austin (foot), and given the success, it wouldn't be surprising if he maintained his spot further up the pitch even when Austin returns. Up next in Premier League play is a trip to face Hull City on Feb. 21.