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Fab news for Fabianski

West Ham goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has undergone successful surgery on his torn hip muscle.

Now the Poland international faces up to three months on the sidelines after breaking down while taking a goal kick at Bournemouth.

The Hammers had kept the date of surgery a closely guarded secret although Claret and Hugh was able to reveal on the 5th of this month that it would required https://www.claretandhugh.info/hammers-make-fabianski-surgery-decision/

There was never any real doubt that the Hammers No 1 stopper would need to go into the operating after damaging his hip in the incident leading to the breakdown.
But we had been told three days ago that swelling around the injury needed to reduce before that was possible .
Initially, it was thought the injury could even be a four month recovery job but the latest insider word is that he could be back within two .

Revealing the news on Twitter  co chairman David Gold said the surgery on the Hammers Player of last season had been a success.

He said: “Just to update you all, the surgery on Lukasz Fabianski’s hip went as planned this morning in London.

“He will hopefully be discharged later today. Speedy recovery Lukasz.”

About Hugh5outhon1895

Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon
 

6 comments on “Fab news for Fabianski

  1. That’s great news!!!!! Now we need you ASAP we want you back fast COYI ⚒⚒⚒⚒⚒

  2. That’s great news coyi ⚒⚒⚒ we want you back for good

    • David Gold

      @davidgold
      Just to update you all, the surgery on Lukasz Fabianski’s hip went as planned this morning in London.
      He will hopefully be discharged later today. Speedy recovery Lukasz. dg

  3. Another state secret? Wow. Isn’t the support base supposed to know what’s happening in its club, and esp with regards to its players. Since Pelligrini’s arrival, everything at West Ham is shrouded in secrecy. So very sad, that we come to this.• Nonethless, our prayers, thoughts and well wishes be with our No1 player. May Fab recover well and come back strong. Oh how we need him.

  4. Sorry Simon I think it’s much better since pelle took over and we don’t know too much until it happens. Means we don’t chat about who’s coming in or out and some team beats us to signing another diamond. Mind you selling Sanchez asp can be world wide even if given away free as getting that mistake off the books and obscene wages is most important.

  5. Agree Razorwine. It wasn’t too long ago the fans were begging the club to shut up. I really cannot see how it would have helped us or our keeper if we had known about his op beforehand.

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