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Mauro Diaz

25-Year-Old Midfielder     FC Dallas  MLS


Argentina

STATUS:  Out   INJURY:  Undisclosed    EST. RETURN:  5/28/2016
Birthdate:  March 10, 1991    Birthplace:  Concepción del Uruguay, Argentina
Nationality:  Argentina    Height:  5' 7"    Weight:  137 lbs    Show ContractHide Contract

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Mauro Diaz Contract Information:

Signed a contract with FC Dallas in July of 2013.

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May 21, 2016    Mauro Diaz News

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Diaz will not play Saturday against New England.

Diaz is missing for an undisclosed reason Saturday, but it could be an injury after being injured earlier in the season. He is being replaced by Ryan Hollingshead, who is moving into the attack with Atiba Harris at rightback.

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Mauro Diaz: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

May 15, 2016

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Diaz attempted two shots at goal, put in four crosses and buried a penalty in the third minute of Saturday's 2-0 win over Seattle.

Diaz was one of the top performers in what was a bit of an underwhelming performance for Dallas, earning Man of the Match honors for the first time since Matchweek 1. He is up to two goals and four assists in eight starts this season, and should be an excellent fantasy play once again next week versus New England.

April 23, 2016

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Diaz (leg) is available off the bench for Saturday's match against Vancouver.

Diaz has missed the past four games with a leg injury, but he is healthy enough to be on the bench Saturday. It is possible that he will get some playing time, but he will likely make his next start Friday against New York.

April 21, 2016

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Diaz (leg) is fit to play Saturday against Vancouver, according to Scott Sidway of MLSSoccer.com.

While head coach Oscar Pareja said Diaz is "ready to go," it's still obviously unclear if he will start the match, which greatly affects his fantasy value.

April 13, 2016

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Diaz (leg) is not expected to play Wednesday against the Timbers, Univision reports.

Diaz has missed the last two games due to the injury, and manager Oscar Pareja said he is uncomfortable playing Diaz at less than 100 percent on the turf in Portland. With FC Dallas playing again on Saturday, it's unsurprising that he'll be held out for a bit longer.

April 9, 2016

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Diaz (leg) is out Saturday against San Jose.

Diaz was unable to play last weekend after picking up the injury during training last Thursday, but he'll now miss a second consecutive game due to the ailment. There's still some mystery over the severity of the ailment, so it's unclear if he'll be able to return next week against Sporting KC.

April 8, 2016

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Diaz, who made his return to training from a leg injury earlier this week, may be available to play Saturday against the Earthquakes, Goal.com reports.

Diaz, who left training last Friday with leg tightness and missed FC Dallas' 1-1 draw with the Crew the following day, participated in team drills Wednesday, fueling speculation he could return soon.

April 2, 2016

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Diaz will not play when FC Dallas host Columbus Crew SC on Saturday after picking up a knock in Thursday's training session reports Jon Arnold of Dallas Morning News.

Arguably the league's best player thus far in 2016, Diaz is a significant loss for FC Dallas. Expect Michael Barrios to be more involved in a still dangerous attacking group.