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Joe Ledley

29-Year-Old Midfielder     Crystal Palace  Premier


Birthdate:  January 23, 1987    Birthplace:  Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom    Nationality:  Wales    Height:  6' 0"    Weight:  161 lbs    
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June 20, 2016    Joe Ledley News

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Ledley (undisclosed) will be on the pitch for Monday's Euro match against Russia.

Ledley has been a solid addition to a Wales squad that has been the surprise of the tournament. The midfielder came of the bench for their opening match against Slovakia as he worked his way back from a broken fibula.

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June 20, 2016

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Ledley is fit to play on Monday against Slovakia after picking up a knock last week against England, according to Phil Blanche of the Press Association.

Ledley's participation in the tournament continues to amaze after he recovered from a broken fibula in roughly six weeks, and while he is likely to play Monday, he unlikely have a full 90 minutes in him.

May 11, 2016

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Ledley has been ruled out for the European Championships this summer after suffering a fractured fibula during Saturday's match against Stoke City, Crystal Palace announced Wednesday.

Ledley's absence for the final game of the Premier League season isn't overly concerning, but the injury will also knock him out of the FA Cup final against Manchester United, in addition to his international play with Wales, a tough hit for the country looking to make a splash in the tournament.

April 19, 2016

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Ledley will not play Wednesday against Manchester United due to a knock, but he should be available to face Watford in the FA Cup semifinal on Sunday.

The Palace midfield is a bit banged up right now, and Ledley's absence, along with Yannick Bolasie's, could allow Bakary Sako and/or Jordon Mutch to start against Man United.

March 6, 2016

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Ledley scored a goal on two shots (one on target) in Sunday's 2-1 defeat to Liverpool.

Ledley, who has struggled with fitness and form this season, scored his first goal of the season to give Palace the lead early in the second half. Typically playing in a holding role, Ledley isn't much of a goal scorer, finding the back of the net twice in 35 matches across all comps last season.

February 21, 2016

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Ledley played the full 90 minutes of Sunday's FA Cup clash against Tottenham.

Ledley was a regular starter in January but due to his ailment that's his first appearance in February. He still has no goals or assists in 17 appearances across all competitions and with primarily defensive functions, he doesn't bring a lot of fantasy upside to the table.

February 1, 2016

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Ledley (knock) has been ruled out of Tuesday's home match against Bournemouth.

Ledley should only be sidelined for one game due to a knock he picked up recently, according to manager Alan Pardew. With him out Tuesday, a Crystal Palace attack that's struggled mightily lately will be short yet another midfielder, but fortunately Ledley could return to the squad for Saturday's subsequent match versus Swansea City.

December 19, 2015

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Ledley (quad) is starting Saturday against Stoke.

Ledley has been dealing with a quad injury of late, but he'll slot right into the starting lineup because of injury absences to Yohan Cabaye (knock) and Mile Jedinak (ankle).