Lukasz Fabianski is a Poland international football player who currently features for the English and European giants Arsenal. He plays as a goalkeeper.
Fabianski commenced his professional club football career with Polish giants Lech Poznan in 2004 but did not feature for them. He was signed by Legia Warsaw in 2005 and established himself as a key player in two years with the club, making 53 appearances in the league.
In 2007 Arsenal came calling and signed Fabianski. He was supposed to earn a regular first-team player for the Gunners, but he has failed to perform consistently for Arsene Wenger’s side.
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|Team||West Ham United FC|
|Height / weight||1.9 m / 83 kg|
|Born||Apr 18, 1985|
|West Ham||2018 - present|
|Swans||2014 - 2018|
|Arsenal||2007 - 2014|
|Legia Warsaw||2005 - 2007|
|KKS Lech Poznań||2004 - 2005|
He made his debut for the Gunners in July 2007 in a pre-season friendly against Barnet, replacing Manuel Almunia at half-time and was the first choice custodian for Arsenal in their 2007-2008 Carling Cup.
Fabianksi made his Premier League debut for Arsenal in April 2008 against Derby County at Pride Park and played against Everton in early May. He also played against Sunderland in the final league match of the season.
Fabianski made his international debut for Poland on March 29, 2006 against Saudi Arabia in a friendly international and was part of the team that played at the 2006 World Cup finals. He has played in over 20 international matches for Poland so far.