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Lukasz Fabianski

29-Year-Old Goalkeeper     Swansea City  Premier


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Birthdate:  April 18, 1985    Birthplace:  Kostrzyn nad Odrą, Poland    Nationality:  Poland    Height:  6' 3"    Weight:  183 lbs    

September 15, 2014    Lukasz Fabianski News

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Fabianski had a rough go of it Saturday as he was only able to save five of the nine shots on goal against Chelsea.

Fabianski has been pretty solid in net for the Swans this season, but he fell captive, as many do, to the highly opportunistic Chelsea attack on Saturday. Looking ahead, he'll likely fair better when his team faces Southampton on Saturday.

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Lukasz Fabianski: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

August 31, 2014

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Fabianski only needed to make two saves against West Brom on Saturday to record his second clean sheet of the season.

Fabianski seems to firmly have the job in net secured over fellow teammate Gerhard Tremmel at this point. Swansea has won three-straight matches in EPL play, but they'll face a formidable foe in Chelsea during Week 4.

August 18, 2014

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Fabianski, getting his first competitive start for Swansea after signing a four-year contract earlier this summer, made four saves in Saturday's 2-1 over Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Fabianski, who was with Arsenal before moving to Wales, got the start ahead of Gerhard Tremmel, who many believed would be the starter after Michel Vorm was send to Tottenham. However, it looks like it's Fabianski's job to lose, and he certainly played well enough Saturday to keep a hold on it. Up next is a potential clean sheet opportunity at home against Burnley.

May 29, 2014

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Fabianski has signed a four-year contract with Swansea City, the club's official website reports.

Fabianski joins Swansea after spending the past seven years at Arsenal, where he recently led the Gunners to an FA Cup triumph that included a semi-final victory on penalty kicks. The 29-year-old has 29 caps for his native Poland and will officially become a member of the Swans once his Arsenal contract expires on July 1. Fabianski figures to compete with incumbent goalkeeper Michel Vorm for Swansea's No. 1 position next season.

May 21, 2014

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Fabianski hopes to sign with a Premier League club after his Arsenal contract expires at the end of the month, according to the London Evening Standard.

The Gunners wanted Fabianski back, but as an understudy to No. 1 keeper Wojciech Szczesny. Fabianski had some impressive moments during the FA Cup championship run and should generate some interest; possible landing spots include Swansea, Newcastle, Cardiff, West Ham and Leicester.

May 12, 2014

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Fabianski made five saves en route to a clean sheet against Norwich City on Sunday.

Fabianski was chosen to start Arsenal's final game of the season and did very well to keep Norwich at bay. However, after rejecting numerous offers to extend his stay in north London, Sunday likely marked Fabianski's final appearance as a Gunner.

February 16, 2014

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Fabianski stopped six shots in Sunday's 2-1 victory over Liverpool in the FA Cup.

The only Liverpool goal came on a penalty kick - no one will fault Fabianski for that. The keeper is obviously auditioning for his next squad, given Arsenal's commitment to Wojceich Szczesny, and Sunday's result helps the case.

February 10, 2014

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Fabianski turned down a new contract with Arsenal, and will leave to find a new team this summer, reports Sky Sports.

As he tries to gain a better claim to more international appearances, the need for regular playing time is driving Fabianski to leave. He will look to find a club where he will be the first choice in goal