An elbow injury to Manuel Almunia opened the door for Fabiański at the end of September and he has since been one of Arsenal’s most consistent performers making vital saves at critical moments against Manchester City, Wolves and most recently Everton to win the Gunners crucial points on the road.
I just feel happy to be playing regularly every three days. I’m enjoying that and I just want to keep working hard and keep playing as best as I can (…) It’s not only with me, every player is like that – if he plays regularly his confidence grows and he feels more comfortable on the pitch. Łukasz Fabiański.
Arsène Wenger’s team is now runner-up in Barclays Premier League table with 26 points, just below Chelsea F.C. The Gunners will face Tottenham Hotspur on next fixture at Emirates Stadium.
In the meantime, midfielder Samir Nasri states:
Is it our title year? It is definitely a case of being optimistic for the future and, maybe, it could be our turn. We are in a good position, just behind Chelsea, which is quite exciting for us and the league as a whole. Samir Nasri.
While Fabiański earns confidence as goalkeeper, team members and fans begin to dream with the title; with nifty performances and the football displayed so far, the dream might become true for Arsenal, we hope they’ll keep up the good work.
November 16th, 2010.