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Yannick Bolasie

26-Year-Old Midfielder     Crystal Palace  Premier


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STATUS:  Out   INJURY:  Hip    EST. RETURN:  2/20/2016
Birthdate:  May 24, 1989    Birthplace:  Lyon, France
Nationality:  Congo    Height:  6' 2"    Weight:  185 lbs    
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February 11, 2016    Yannick Bolasie News

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Bolasie (hip) remains on track to return for Palace's FA Cup tie against Spurs on Feb. 20, the Croydon Advertiser reports.

Manager Alan Pardew has targeted the Spurs match for Bolasie for a number of weeks, so while it's certainly good news that he hasn't suffered any setbacks to that goal, it will likely take some time before he regains his match fitness, as he's been sidelined since mid-December.

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February 4, 2016

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Bolasie (hip) is expected to return for Palace's FA Cup match against Spurs on Feb. 20, manager Alan Pardew said Thursday.

Bolasie has been unable to play since mid-December, and while he's closing in on a return, it can't come soon enough for Palace, who lost Jason Puncheon (hamstring) and James McArthur (ankle) to injuries earlier this week. With Bakary Sako (hamstring) out and Yohan Cabaye (ankle) banged up, the Palace midfield is filled with backups.

February 1, 2016

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Bolasie (hip) has "an outside chance" of returning for Crystal Palace's FA Cup fifth round match against Tottenham later this month, according to manager Alan Pardew.

Bolasie has been sidelined since mid-December due to a hip injury, and also suffered minor whiplash during a car accident last month. Although he'll remain out for the time being, Crystal Palace's Feb. 20 FA Cup tie against Tottenham apparently could bring about Bolasie's return. For a team with just one goal in their past six Premiership outings, the Eagles could desperately use someone of Bolasie's ability back in their lineup.

January 21, 2016

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Bolasie (hip) reportedly suffered minor whiplash during a car accident this week, The Guardian reports.

Bolasie has already missed a decent amount of time with his hip injury, and while the car accident isn't likely to significantly delay his return, he's still expected to be sidelined for at least another month. Adding insult to injury, Palace are now expecting to be without Bakary Sako for about the same amount of time after he re-injured his hamstring last week.

January 15, 2016

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Bolasie (hip) will miss another 3-to-4 weeks.

The talented winger was providing good forward play for the Eagles, a team that sorely lacks an attacking punch, but missed the entire festive period and will miss another 3-to-4 weeks with this injury. He has four goals and two assists in 16 Premier League matches this season.

December 27, 2015

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Bolasie will be out for at least four weeks because of a hip injury.

Bolasie suffered the injury earlier this week and was unable to play Saturday against Bournemouth. Jordon Mutch started in his absence and could continue to do so while Bakary Sako is also out injured.

December 26, 2015

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Bolasie (muscular injury) is not in the 18-man squad to face Bournemouth on Saturday.

Bolasie apparently failed a late fitness test and will have to wait until Monday against Swansea for a potential return. Jordon Mutch will start in his place.

December 24, 2015

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Bolasie (muscular injury) will have a late fitness test ahead of Saturday's match against Bournemouth, the Croydon Advertiser reports.

The Palace midfield is pretty banged up right now, with Yohan Cabaye (heel) also facing a late fitness test, while Bakary Sako (hamstring) remains sidelined. If Bolasie is unable to play Saturday, Lee Chung-Yong could get the start, with Jordon Mutch also a possibility.