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Fabianski by a landslide

Luzaks Fabianski is set to waltz away with his second Player of the year award after lifting the honour at Swansea last season.

The stopper has been in amazing form all season long and has been the favourite to lift the Hammer of the Year award this term for weeks.

There are only two players in the frame with of course Declan being the other although frankly to call it a two horse race would do the word ‘race’ an injustice.

It’s been many years since the club has had such a brilliant goalkeeper and it was inspired decision by somebody to bring him to the London Stadium.

He has made more saves than any other Premier League keeper this campaign and whilst on the one hand that points to a big weakness in the team it should not detract from Fab’s amazing season.

In a ClaretandHugh poll he collected 1207 votes from the 1,500 plus cast which represented 78.53pc of the vote with Declan picking up 311 votes (20.23 pc).

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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
 

3 comments on “Fabianski by a landslide

  1. Yes, we’ve conceded far too many goals and our ‘keeper is the best player.
    Worrying, stats which will hopefully be sorted in the Summer.

  2. I believe he the best since Phil parks

  3. Our best three players have been our most consistent, Fab, Rice and Anderson, Anderson is a marmite player with some of our fans who think the only important thing is that he flies into tackles even though his stats show defensively he is in the top 10 in the PL like Carrick he doesn’t go to ground very often and chooses to tackle from the side, sure he is weak on 50/50’s but imho I would prefer a player that is available every game even if it means he misses one 50/50 tackle every couple of games.

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