Some eagle-eyed West Ham fans noticed Lukasz Fabianski during the Hammers’ training session today ahead of our game with Leeds on Monday night.
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That came after David Moyes suggested that the 35-year-old hasn’t trained since suffering an injury last week when speaking to reporters today.
The Scot said, as quoted by Football.London:
“Hoping for Fabianski but he hasn’t trained yet and Darren Randolph has a problem with his hip, hoping to have one of the two goalkeepers fit.”
Some West Ham fans noticed that Fabianski was present during training today, however:
Lukasz Fabianski vitally important to West Ham
The Pole has been in fine form over the past month or so.
He has returned to somewhere near his best. Fabianski is rejuvenated and has been reproducing some of his very best form.
Having the former Arsenal and Swansea man back from injury will be a huge boost for West Ham ahead of our game with Leeds at the London Stadium on Monday night.
He is such a reassuring presence at the back for the Hammers. Fabianski’s shot-stopping and the manner in which he commands his penalty area has been hugely important to our success this season.
And if we are to finish inside the top four, we need Fab back as soon as possible.
Let’s just hope that he’s ready to go on Monday night.