Some West Ham fans on Twitter are urging David Moyes to throw caution to the wind over Lukasz Fabianski’s fitness after he revealed that he could play against Liverpool and the decision will be made on the day.
Fabianski (Hip): “He’s very close and could feature. I’m going to make that call tomorrow. But he’s trained for the last few days. It would be good to get him back.
Snodgrass (Ligament): “He has trained today. We’re hoping he’s going to be okay as well.”
— West Ham United (@WestHam) January 28, 2020
One, in block capitals, cried out for Moyes not to rush the 34-year-old back, whilst another stated that he should be saved for Brighton with defeat to Liverpool on Wednesday inevitable.
You can see the pick of the Tweets asking the gaffer to be careful with Fabianski, here…
DO NOT RUSH FABIANSKI BACK WHATEVER YOU DO
— Taylor. (@TayMack1994) January 28, 2020
Give Fab another week to rest so he has less chance of getting re-injured again. One game isn’t worth losing him for the rest of the season
— Jesse James Larch (@JesseLarch) January 28, 2020
The Liverpool game is a game West Ham are guaranteed to lose tomorrow night. Brighton, at the weekend, is a winnable game and a must win game for the club – we need to save both Fabianski and Antonio for this game as they will have a much greater impact on the team and result.
— Josh Verrills (@WestHamJoshV) January 28, 2020
Don’t do it to Fab we don’t want him out with a bad back after fishing the ball out the net for the umpteenth time 🤦🏼♂️
— WestHamFanTone (@WestHamFanTone) January 28, 2020
I would not be risking Fabianski for tomorrow’s game!
— IrishIron (@IrishIron2) January 28, 2020
No point might as well rest them as there are bigger games that West Ham can get points from
— darren matthews (@dazzler5931) January 28, 2020