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‘Announce Relegation’ ‘I Want To Cry’ Fans On Social Media Devastated At West Ham Star’s Latest Injury Setback

‘Announce Relegation’ ‘I Want To Cry’ Fans On Social Media Devastated At West Ham Star’s Latest Injury Setback

West Ham goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski suffered a recurrence of his hip injury in the 1-0 defeat to Sheffield United last night. The Polish international signalled to the bench after taking a goal kick in the 13th minute.

The shot-stopper was out for three months with the problem after initially picking up the issue in the 2-2 draw against Bournemouth back in September. Supporters are extremely frustrated by the 34-year-old’s latest injury setback:

After the game, manager David Moyes said he did not know how long the injury would keep Fabianski out for:

“We will have to see how Lucasz’s injury is, whether it is a bad one or it is just a recurrence and he will be back shortly.”

To add insult to injury, Fabianski’s replacement David Martin made the error that led to Oli McBurnie scoring the winning goal for Sheffield United early in the second half.

The events last night will no doubt speed up the Hammers’ pursuit of a new goalkeeper during the January transfer window. Darren Randolph was expected to re-sign for the London club but remarkably, he is suffering with the same injury that Fabianski currently has.