Lukasz Fabianski has turned his hand to vague comedy stylings as he sits out Euro 2012 due to a shoulder injury.
Ahead of tonight’s game between Poland and the Czech Republic there are serious doubts over his Arsenal colleague Tomas Rosicky who revealed yesterday that he cannot stand properly (who’s properly? boom boom!). But Fabianski says he’s been in touch with Rosicky who says he’s itching to play later on and that injury talk could be something of a smokescreen from the Czech camp.
Speaking to Onet.pl, the crocked stopper said, “I talked to Rosicky and he told me that he really wants to play against Poland. He is player who is always in bad condition before matches, but when the game comes, he plays in it.”
Now, Arseblog News is not privvy to everything that goes on at the club, but surely Lukasz can’t fail to have noticed all those times Tomas was in bad condition and then didn’t play? Still, all will be revealed regarding Rosicky later this evening.
When asked about the Polish goalkeeping choice this evening, with the host nation set to choose between Szczesny and his replacement Tyton, Fabianski said he’d choose himself. The cad.
He also reiterated his desire to find a new club this summer, accepting of the fact that Wojciech Szczesny is firmly established as the Arsenal number 1, but not accepting life as a number 2 keeper.
“I want to change team and to play regularly. This is just not available to me at Arsenal.”
And best of luck to him, we say. The life of Stuart Taylor is not for everyone.