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Damien Delaney

34-Year-Old Defender     Crystal Palace  Premier

Republic of Ireland

Birthdate:  July 29, 1981    Nationality:  Republic of Ireland    Height:  6' 3"    Weight:  196 lbs    
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November 29, 2015    Damien Delaney News

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Delaney tallied an assist and team-leading eight clearances in the 5-1 stomp over Newcastle on Saturday.

The Irish headed a free kick cross the opposite direction from him. Yannick Bolasie jumped behind the confused Magpies' D and notched the ball in. Delaney is a decent fantasy option with Palace having another strong season and he's now with two goals and an assist in 11 starts across all competitions. Next week, however, he's going to have nearly impossible task to keep a clean sheet in the visit to Goodison Park.

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October 17, 2015

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Delaney (groin) is on the bench Saturday against West Ham.

Delaney was a consistent starter before suffering the injury, but Brede Hangeland will keep his starting spot alongside Scott Dann in central defense, at least for Saturday's match.

October 16, 2015

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Delaney (groin) is available for Saturday's fixture against West Ham, according to manager Alan Pardew.

The 34-year-old center back featured in five Premier League matches for Palace, scoring a goal and playing the full-90 in each match. He should slot back into the starting XI upon his return.

October 14, 2015

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Delaney could return from his groin injury Saturday against West Ham, the South London Press reports.

Delaney has been sidelined since picking up the injury during a Capital One Cup match last month, but he returned to training this week after recovering over the international break. If he is able to start, Brede Handeland will head back to the bench.

October 1, 2015

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Delaney (groin) is unlikely to return this Saturday against West Bromwich Albion, according to manager Alan Pardew.

Delaney (groin) aggrevated the injury during last Wednesday's Capital One Cup tie against Charlton Athletic and missed Sunday's 1-0 win at Watford as a result. The medical team have told manager Alan Pardew that he will be back for the home fixture against West Ham on October 17. Until then Brede Hangeland will continue in his place.

September 27, 2015

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Delaney (groin) is not in the 18-man squad to face Watford on Sunday.

Delaney suffered the injury during Wednesday's Capital One Cup match, but he won't play Sunday and will be replaced by Brede Hangeland, who will start alongside Scott Dann.

September 25, 2015

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Delaney, who picked up a groin injury in Wednesday's Capital One Cup match, could feature in Sunday's match against Watford, according to manager Alan Pardew.

Delaney came off in the 34th minute of Wednesday's match on a precautionary measure. When fit, he's one of the leaders of Palace's defense.

September 24, 2015

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Delaney (groin) was substituted early as a precaution in Wednesday 4-1 win against Charlton Athletic in the Capital One Cup Third Round, according to the South London Press.

Delaney (groin) left the clash in 34th minute and was replaced by Brede Hangeland. The longer rest before Sunday's visit to Watford should mean that he retains his place at the heart of the defence.