The 2nd choice Arsenal and Polish International goalkeeper, Lukasz Fabianski, is unlucky to be reserve to Wojciech Szczesny in both teams.
He's been perceived as error-prone, and not a solid goalkeeper between Arsenal's sticks. I think differently, and many others do as well.
As he's not getting game time, he's been wanting to take a move away from the Emirates and get game time elsewhere. I can't help but understand 100% with the Pole, he's a great solid goalkeeper and it's obvious he loves Arsenal, otherwise he wouldn't have stayed when he didn't get played for a year.
When he made at last a return to the first team, it was in odd circumstances against Bayern Munich, in which he kept a clean sheet at the Allianz Arena, and showed the fans just why we loved him when he first came to Arsenal.
This saw him go on an amazing run throughout the mid part of last season, playing a good few games, and making good saves, and none of the 'flappy-handski' mistakes as it's been dubbed, like the high-profile blunders he's become known for.
Throughout this season, so far we've seen Fabianski mainly play in cup competitions, pulling off good saves, and great performances against Tottenham, Coventry, Liverpool, and even in the Champions League against a top quality Bayern Munich side.
The Bavarians bombarded his goal, but he did amazingly well to keep the deficit to only 2-0. I feel as though we should give him more first team opportunities, I'd like to see him play a huge part in Arsenal's FA Cup campaign, and hopefully be able to lift up the trophy, it's possibly the only cup that many fans see the Gunners having a huge opportunity in.
What do you think? Should we keep him or send him on to pastures new?
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