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Bryan Oviedo

24-Year-Old Midfielder     Everton  Premier


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Birthdate:  February 18, 1990    Birthplace:  Ciudad Quesada, Costa Rica    Nationality:  Costa Rica    Height:  5' 8"    Weight:  154 lbs    

September 24, 2014    Bryan Oviedo News

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Oviedo played his first match on Tuesday for Everton since breaking his leg in January, reports the Daily Mail.

Oviedo broke his leg while facing Stevenage in January's FA Cup match, but made a full return to action in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday. Everton lost the match 3-0.

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September 22, 2014

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Everton manager Roberto Martinez said Monday that Oviedo (leg) could play in Everton's Capital One Cup match against Swansea City on Tuesday.

Oviedo has been sidelined since suffering a double-fracture in his left leg during an FA Cup match against Stevenage in January, but returned to full training a few weeks ago. He'll have to work on his match fitness, but his Capital One Cup appearance will be a big step forward. Even when he gets back to full fitness, it's unclear if he'll find a way into the starting XI for Premier League matches.

August 19, 2014

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Oviedo continues to progress in his recovery from a broken leg, but he does not have a timetable for return. "Bryan is slowly getting stronger and he has already been reintroduced to the ball and into training with the group," manager Roberto Martinez said Tuesday. "We need to balance the right amount of work with the team with individual work to make sure that area is fully healed. It's still a bit early to be in a competitive phase, but not too far away."

Oviedo suffered a double-fracture in his left leg during an FA Cup match against Stevenage in January and it's unclear when he will be able to return, though it's clear that it won't be in the near-term.

January 25, 2014

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Oviedo suffered a horrific double-fracture in his left leg Saturday against Stevenage in the FA Cup, reports Sky Sports.

The midfielder suffered the terrible injury in the first half of the match and was taken straight to the hospital. The injury appeared to be a clean break of both bones in his lower leg, and other players on the pitch were in obvious distress in seeing the incident.

December 9, 2013

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Oviedo assisted on Gerard Deulofeu's leveler late in the match as Everton played Arsenal to a 1-1 draw Sunday at the Emirates.

Oviedo has two goals and two assists in the three matches he has been in Everton's Starting XI while Leighton Baines (toe) is out with an injury. Oviedo's current form may earn him a spot in Everton's Starting XI even when Baines returns.

December 4, 2013

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Oviedo scored a goal and helped Everton keep a clean sheet Wednesday as they were able to defeat Manchester United 1-0.

Oviedo has been starting for the injured Leighton Baines (toe). In Baines's absence, Oviedo has two goals and an assist. His current form may earn him a spot in Everton's Starting XI even when Baines returns.

December 4, 2013

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Oviedo is expected to remain in Everton's Starting XI in place of the injured Leighton Baines (toe), Sky Sports reports.

Oviedo scored a goal and assisted on another in his first start of the year last weekend against Stoke City. Expect Oviedo to remain in Everton's Starting XI until Leighton Baines is fit to return.

December 1, 2013

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Oviedo was named to Everton's Starting XI Saturday in place of the injured Leighton Baines (toe) and responded by scoring a goal and picking up an assist during Everton's 4-0 victory over Stoke City.

This was just Oviedo's second start in two seasons with Everton. The goal Saturday was Oviedo's first ever in Premier League action, but the defender looks to see more playing time as Baines is expected to be out the remainder of December.