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Profile of the Polish footballer Lukasz Fabianski, who currently plays as a goalkeeper at Swansea City. The 31-year old player Fabianski joined Swansea from and wears the number 1 shirt.

Lukasz Fabianski
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        (Squad number 1)

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Lukasz Fabianski Career
2005–2007Legia Warsaw53(0)
2007–2014Arsenal32(0)
2014–Swansea City37(0)

2006–Poland22(0)

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Lukasz Fabianski : Swansea City News
“The on-loan striker’s first goal in our 2-1 win against Swansea City is among eight nominees for the before keeping his cool inside the box to produce a calm finish past Lukasz Fabianski to open the scoring against the Swans.”
 hullcitytigers.com 2 days ago
“The international break gives Paul Clement the chance to work closely with his squad ahead of Swansea City's crucial Premier League Another man who is set for a huge week is goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.”
 Wales Online 5 days ago
“Five of the call-ups come at senior level, with Gylfi Sigurdsson, Lukasz Fabianski, Jefferson Montero, Ki Sung-Yueng and Kristoffer Nordfeldt all preparing for upcoming matches.”
 swanseacity.net 5 days ago
“just three points clear of third-bottom Hull City, who beat them last week. Perhaps fortunately for Afobe, that was not required, and Swansea were well beaten once Afobe shot in off Lukasz Fabianski's far post.”
 ekosvoice.com 5 days ago
“In goal Lukasz Fabianski and Kristoffer Nordfeldt have two and three but an intriguing and critically important summer lies ahead at Swansea City whatever the final outcome.”
 Wales Online 6 days ago
“Mawson was credited with opening the scoring for the hosts as Afobe's tame shot hit the 23-year-old and squirmed past Lukasz Fabianski, before Afobe tucked away a second after the break. Bournemouth's Jack Wilshere in action with Swansea City's Jack Cork.”
 Irish Independent 7 days ago
“Bournemouth recorded back-to-back league wins for the first time since last March to hoist themselves nine points clear of the relegation zone and dent Swansea’s survival an effort across goal and wide of Lukasz Fabianski’s right post.”
 The Guardian 7 days ago
“He was only six yards out but Fabianski showed brilliant reflexes to get down to his left and keep it out. There won’t be many better saves than that in the Premier League this season.”
 The Guardian 8 days ago
“Swansea City's bid to avoid relegation took a second blow in the the 31 minute effort beating Lukasz Fabianski after taking a significant deflection off the centre-back And with Swansea failing to test Artur Boruc with any meaningful chances to go”
 Wales Online 8 days ago
“Afobe tried to claim his fourth goal of this campaign after his effort was deflected past Lukasz Fabianski but before sliding the ball past Fabianski. Bournemouth are now nine points clear of the bottom three.”
 Mirror 8 days ago
Lukasz Fabianski Career Honours
  • Legia Warszawa: Ekstraklasa: 2005–06
  • Arsenal: FA Cup: 2013–14
  • Polish Soccer Oscar:
  • Best Goalkeeper of Polish Ekstraklasa: 2006, 2007

    Source: wikipedia.org

    Lukasz Fabianski Wiki, Stats & Links
    Goalkeepers
    Oliver Davies Gerhard Tremmel
    Mark Birighitti Lukasz Fabianski
    Kristoffer Nordfeldt
    Defenders
    Angel Rangel Kyle Naughton
    Stephen Kingsley Neil Taylor
    Alfie Mawson Mike van der Hoorn
    Jordi Amat Federico Fernandez
    Midfielders
    Modou Barrow Wayne Routledge
    Jefferson Montero Gylfi Sigurdsson
    Jay Fulton Leon Britton
    Leroy Fer Jack Cork
    Sung-Yong Ki Nathan Dyer
    Forwards
    Fernando Llorente Borja Baston