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Phil Jagielka

33-Year-Old Defender     Everton  Premier


Birthdate:  August 17, 1982    Birthplace:  Manchester, England    Nationality:  England    Height:  5' 11"    Weight:  183 lbs    
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February 6, 2016    Phil Jagielka News

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Jagielka had one tackle and three interceptions while maintaining a clean sheet Saturday against Stoke City.

Jagielka could see his minutes slashed when John Stones and Leighton Baines return. Jagielka’s next match comes Saturday against a West Bromwich squad who has only tallied 23 goals in league play, tied for second worst.

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February 3, 2016

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Jagielka started Wednesday's 3-0 triumph over Newcastle, winning two tackles and securing a pair of interceptions.

The veteran was rested last week versus Swansea, but he has since made three consecutive starts, including back-to-back clean-sheet victories. The Everton back line has been in a constant state of flux this season due to injuries, but Jagielka seems a safe bet to remain in the lineup alongside Ramiro Funes Mori for as long as John Stones remains out. However, one of the two will head back to the bench once Stones returns.

January 24, 2016

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Jagielka is being rested for Sunday's match against Swansea.

Jagielka has played three matches since returning two weeks ago from a knee injury, and he'll be replaced in the starting XI by Ramiro Funes Mori.

December 30, 2015

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Jagielka (knee) could return for Everton's Capital One Cup match against Manchester City on Jan. 6, manager Roberto Martinez said Wednesday.

Everton manager Roberto Martinez left open the door that Jagielka could return this weekend against Spurs, though he also said he could return Jan. 9 in the FA Cup against Dagenham and Redbridge. Ruben Funes Mori will continue to start until Jagielka gets his match fitness back.

December 24, 2015

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Jagielka (knee) is expected to return within the next three weeks, manager Roberto Martinez said Thursday.

Martinez said Jagielka wouldn't be ready to face Newcastle on Boxing Day, and while he is expected back soon, it seems unlikely he'll be ready for Monday's match against Stoke City either. Ruben Funes Mori will continue to start alongside John Stones.

December 17, 2015

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Jagielka is ahead of schedule in his recovery from a knee injury and could be available before the end of the year.

The veteran defender has not played since Oct. 24 because of the injury, but he has been a limited participant in training and will ramp up his activity next week. Jagielka was initially expected to return in the early part of January, but he appears to be moving toward a late-December return, making the Dec. 28 match versus Stoke a realistic target.

December 6, 2015

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Jagielka (knee) is hoping to be back in action before a difficult span of matches in January, the Echo reports.

Jagielka picked up a medial ligament injury back in October and manager Roberto Martinez is unsure on his exact return date but he's expected to be in contention by the new year. The captain's return should give the Blues a major boost for the a very tough part in their schedule.

November 11, 2015

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Jagielka (knee) is still facing at least two months on the sideline, The Echo reports.

Jagielka said that he'll have to force himself not to rush back from the injury, but instead make a full recovery before returning to the pitch. The 33-year-old will take his time in the recovery process to insure full recovery and will most likely take the full estimated time before he returns and not a day less.