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Wayne Hennessey

29-Year-Old Goalkeeper     Crystal Palace  Premier


Birthdate:  January 24, 1987    Birthplace:  Llangefni, Wales    Nationality:  Wales    
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January 25, 2016    Wayne Hennessey News

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Hennessey produced eight saves in Saturday's 3-1 loss to Tottenham.

Hennessey and Crystal Palace's defense has now surrendered 11 goals over their past four games. Although Hennessey's eight saves Saturday certainly prevented far worse damage, the Eagles' recent defensive struggles create uncertainty at the goalkeeper position ahead of their match against Bournemouth.

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January 21, 2016

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Hennessey will start Saturday against Tottenham, manager Alan Pardew said Thursday.

Hennessey has struggled significantly during Palace's cold spell, as he's allowed eight goals in his last three Premier League matches, including getting throttled 4-0 by Man City last weekend. With Julian Speroni and Alex McCarthy fit and available, Hennessey could certainly lose his starting job if the struggles continue.

January 16, 2016

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Hennessey made no saves and conceded four goals in Saturday's 4-0 defeat to Manchester City.

After a strong run of form that saw him keep three clean sheets in four matches, Hennessey has lost three-in-a-row and conceded eight goals in that span. After not starting for the first six matches, he's been the keeper for the next 16; however, more starts like this one and he could find himself outside the starting XI.

January 13, 2016

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Hennessey conceded one and made two saves in Crystal Palace's defeat to Aston Villa at Villa Park on Tuesday

What a difference a few games make. From European qualification aspirants, Crystal Palace have now lost two games in succession and haven't won in five as they continue to slide down the table. Their free fall was not helped by Hennessey's blunder as he tried to deal with Joleon Lescott's soft header for Villa's only goal of the game. Hennessey has been excellent since he claimed the number one spot from Alex McCarthy in September so this can be regarded as nothing more than a small blot on his copybook. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of Crystal Palace as a whole.

January 3, 2016

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Hennessey made one save while conceding three goals in Sunday's 3-0 defeat to Chelsea.

Looking like the Chelsea of old against a downtrodden Palace side, Hennessey was the unfortunate man between the sticks for a worn-out looking Palace team. After an FA Cup tie with Southampton next weekend, Hennessey will look to bounce back against bottom-feeders Aston Villa.

December 29, 2015

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Hennessey made three saves on the way to keeping a clean sheet at home to Swansea on Monday.

You have to go back to October 17th at home to West Ham for the last time Crystal Palace and Wayne Hennessey conceded more than one goal and in that time he has kept four clean sheets -only Jack Butland (6) and Heurelho Gomes(5) have more in that period. From a Fantasy perspective, however, he doesnít make nearly as many saves as other goalkeepers (20 versus Butlandís 32 since October 17th) which of course is a testament to the back four in front of him-particularly Hangeland and Dann-but this doesnít escape the fact that, perhaps, there are better options out there between the sticks.

December 20, 2015

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Hennessey made four saves and conceded one goal in a 2-1 win over Stoke City on Saturday.

Hennessey definitely played well enough to pick up a clean sheet, but a sloppy penalty did him in. This was his 11th game and he has an impressive four clean sheets in that span. He'll look to keep that going against Bournemouth next Saturday.

December 12, 2015

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Hennessey made three saves while keeping a clean sheet in Saturday's 1-0 victory over Southampton.

The Welsh keeper followed through after nearly three hours straight of not conceding was broken in the waning moments of Monday's fixture against Everton. The clean sheet was his fourth of the season in just 10 matches and he'll look to make it two-in-a-row next weekend at Stoke.