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West Ham: Lots of supporters believe over-reliance on Lukasz Fabianski is the cause for club’s bad form

West Ham: Lots of supporters believe over-reliance on Lukasz Fabianski is the cause for club’s bad form

If there’s one player West Ham supporters are missing more than anyone, it’s Lukasz Fabianski.

The 34-year-old goalkeeper has been out injured since late-September when the Polish international tore a hip muscle in West Ham’s 2-2 draw with Bournemouth (per BBC Sport).

Indeed, the former Swansea City star is expected to return to first-team action in 2020 as reported by Football London. Fabianski’s replacement, Roberto, has left supporters pulling their hair out after a string of poor performances that have plenty of West Ham fans praying for the 34-year-old keeper to return from injury soon.

Now, a video from Twitter account COYIrons has highlighted just how much the east London club miss the Polish ace between the sticks, with the clip showing off how many times the veteran shot-stopper has come up big to claw West Ham out of danger.

Here’s what West Ham fans had to say on Twitter about the video, with plenty of supporters claiming that the Polish international has been overused too much to keep the club out of difficult situations…

West Ham fans, will Fabianski be able to save the club’s season? Let us know!

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