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24-Year-Old Midfielder     Real Madrid  La Liga      Full Name: James Rodriguez


STATUS:  Out   INJURY:  Thigh    EST. RETURN:  Unknown
Birthdate:  July 12, 1991    Birthplace:  Cúcuta, Colombia
Nationality:  Colombia    Height:  5' 11"    Weight:  170 lbs    
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September 11, 2015    James News

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James (thigh) has been ruled out of action with an injury sustained on international duty, ESPN reports.

James has begun the season in great form which will make this latest injury much harder to take. Analysis of the thigh tear he sustained whilst playing for Colombia has concluded that it wasn't as minor as first hoped. However the total length of time he will be sidelined remains unclear.

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August 30, 2015

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James scored two sublime goals and had an assist as Real Madrid beat Real Betis 5-0 Saturday.

James scored an excellent free-kick from a tight angle and then doubled his goals tally with an instinctively taken overhead kick. The Colombian was on great from, also making an assist for Gareth Bale with just two minutes played, producing a hugely impressive 11 crosses and touching the ball a game-high 113 times.

August 25, 2015

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James came on as a 55th minute substitute as Real Madrid tied 0-0 Sunday with Sporting Gijon.

James was selected to only start on the bench for the season opener and had to wait until the last 35 minutes to get some game time. The midfielder produced a hugely impressive six crosses in that period and hit the target with one of his two shots. With Real lacking attacking spark this time out, expect the Colombian to make the starting line-up for the next game against Real Betis.

June 7, 2015

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James played the full 90 minutes Saturday as Colombia beat Costa Rica 1-0 in an international friendly.

The striker warmed up for this month's Copa America by participating in Saturday's win. Recent Manchester United Radamel Falcao scored the goal that separated the sides.

May 24, 2015

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James scored and had an assist Saturday in Real Madrid's 7-3 win over Getafe.

James got his 13th league goal of the season and his 13th assist as Real recorded a huge win over Getafe. He scored in the 51st minute and then assisted striker Jese 20 minutes later to finish off an all-round excellent display. James also delivered a game-high number of eight crosses and hit both of his two shots on target.

May 18, 2015

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James had an assist as Real Madrid defeated Espanyol 4-1 Sunday.

James crossed a deep ball for Cristiano Ronaldo to head in in injury time. It was one of a game-high number of seven crosses that the Colombian produced, who now has a very credible 12 assists to his name this season. Against Espanyol James also took one shot but failed to hit the target.

May 14, 2015

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James won a first half penalty in Real Madrid's 1-1 home tie Wednesday with Juventus in the Champions League.

James was bundled over in the area to win Real a penalty in the 23rd minute which Cristiano Ronaldo converted. He did little else however and received a yellow card on 44 minutes.

May 10, 2015

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James had an assist as Real Madrid fought back to tie 2-2 Saturday with Valencia.

James had a hugely productive game, producing an impressive game-high number of 16 crosses and taking one shot. He also assisted Real's first goal when his corner was met by Pepe's header. The only criticism was that he himself offered no real goal threat.