Łukasz Fabiański

Discussion in 'Transfer Rumours' started by KingReyes, Jul 29, 2004.

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  1. KingReyes

    KingReyes New Member Trusted

  2. calvinngai88

    calvinngai88 New Member

    Does that mean Wenger's not trusting Stuart Taylor? Or resigned in losing Lehmann in years to come, and wants to sign another keeper?
  3. Jose_Reyes_2005

    Jose_Reyes_2005 New Member Trusted

    Sounds like a promising keeper.
  4. lewdikris

    lewdikris New Member Elite

    No Calvin, it just means he's giving him a trial. This happens every summer, young foreign players do the rounds of English PL clubs ... and **** all usually comes of it.
  5. arsenal4life

    arsenal4life New Member

    Lukasz Fabianski :lol:

    another Fabian
  6. calvinngai88

    calvinngai88 New Member

    Not Fabiano though, how sad. :(
  7. Raghav89

    Raghav89 New Member



    arseblogger also said we were interested in this guy .Is he any good?
  8. PolishGooner

    PolishGooner New Member Elite

    he is in London according to Polish press. Yes, he is good. He was third goalkeeper on World Cup 2006, number one in Legia Warsaw (champions of Poland). Very good young goalie. Still need to get an experience but definately better that Almunia (but this is not so hard)

    Legia denied any transfer :)
  9. KY

    KY New Member

    Arsène Wenger, Arsenal's manager is ordering things up in Arsenal's goalkeeping department. Jens Lehmann has just signed a one year extension the week before and already the search for a strong number two and a replacement for lehmann for the following season is on.
    According to the ‘Super Express’, Lukas Fabianski is a possible candidate for the post. Fabianski is already no stranger to Arsenal. The 2006 World Cup participant was wanted by Arsenal 3 years ago, but he had no interest in being the fourth choice keeper. He went back to Poland, collected experienced, matured und is now one of the best Polish keepers. This has also been recognized in London and the attention towards him has returned.
    Wenger is desperate for a strong replacement for the German international keeper, Lehmann und the current goalkeepers at Arsenal are just not up to the task. Fabian on the other hand has shown his class many times over, despite his young age.

    A little translation of the article for the non german speaking members out there. Enjoy.
  10. Clrnc

    Clrnc Well-Known Member Trusted

    suddenly polish keepers are on the rise. boruc, kuschak, fabianski, dudek...OPPS
  11. Double_H

    Double_H New Member

  12. PolishGooner

    PolishGooner New Member Elite

    yes, even coaches from England have internships in Poland :)
  13. stuart

    stuart New Member Trusted

    I dont trust video compilations
  14. PolishGooner

    PolishGooner New Member Elite

    Legia denied transfer, coach Zielinski said that Fabianski was sent home because of minor injury. If you want more details I will translate for you :p

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  16. stuart

    stuart New Member Trusted

    Do you think that hair is straightened!?!?!!
  17. PolishGooner

    PolishGooner New Member Elite

    at least we will get a Pole with easy name :lol:
  18. nazo

    nazo New Member Elite

  19. PolishGooner

    PolishGooner New Member Elite

    he is trained by Kazimierz Dowhan, the best goalkeeper coach in Poland, one of the best in Europe. He trained Artur Boruc, Wojtek Szczesny and Fabianski.

    He is good - he was 3rd goalie on World Cup instead of experienced Dudek, He can be number two for sure. It is said that Wenger promised him number two next season and then propably number one.

    I will talk to his coach soon so I can get more info for you
  20. nazo

    nazo New Member Elite

    How good is he compared to Boruc?

    You're actually going to talk to Dowhan?

    Thanks for your reply btw ;)
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