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Fabianski/Anderson update

Lukasz Fabianski heads for a new scan on Monday after breaking down early in the match at Sheffield United last evening.

The Polish international went down after clear with the right leg in which he damaged a thigh muscle at Bournemouth sparking fears that he will again be out for a lengthy spell.

However, he appeared to leave the pitch in less discomfort than at Bournemouth and early indications from club insiders are that any injury is not as bad as previously.

However, Felipe Anderson also suffered a back injury in the match although there are hopes he will be okay for the next game against Everton although there’s a chance the keeper may be missing for that match at the London Stadium.

A well placed insider told us this morning:  “Lukasz will have a scan on Monday but it doesn’t appear as bad as last time, but Everton looks as though i may be doubtful for him. Anderson did his back as well, Hopefully, it’s not much.”

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10 comments on “Fabianski/Anderson update

  1. Besic should have been sent off for that foul on Anderson, he had no intention of getting the ball just scything down Anderson.

  2. i think west ham should forget about randolph and get a keeper that is fit , As randolph will only keep WILTSHIRE company in the permant sick bay

  3. Talking about Injuries… I am starting to get seriously concerned about Antonio’s continously picking up injuries. We’ve had Carroll now Wilshere… Hope Antonio is not turning into a “sick note” as well 🤔

  4. And Yarmo’s on a week on week off shift.

  5. Antonio and fabianski were brought back to quickly. Out of desperation.

  6. The “injury list” has been an issue for a number of years. Whether it is due to club practice, recruitment, attitude of players in-house or pure bad luck (unlikely) I remember Di Canio and Kanoute getting injured and going home till just before the 3nd of our relegation season when they returned to okay for contracts elsewhere. Oersinally I thiit it is a mixture of the above. Cresswell and Antonio had excellent availability in their early time at West Ham. We are probably now seen as a soft touch 😞

    • Maybe the years are catching up with Michail’s hamstrings. He puts his body on the line whenever he’s playing and always gives 100% when fit. A big miss.

  7. Bournemouth and early indications from club insiders are that any injury is not as bad as previously.

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