Jack Mag's hands-on interview with Lukasz Fabianski

8th November 2014

Swans stopper Lukasz Fabianski speaks to Jack Magazine about life in Swansea, leaving the Gunners on a high and how his career in football might not have even happened in this weekend's official matchday programme.

Garry Monk's side welcome the visit of Arsenal to the Liberty Stadium on Sunday afternoon (4pm), which will be the first time that Fabianski lines up against his former club since leaving North London in the summer.

"It's going to be interesting," Fabianski tells Jack Magazine. "Almost all of the Arsenal players that are likely to play are players that I played with.

"It will be a game against some very good friends, but that's part of football, and I will try to treat it as if it were any other game. Hopefully I will be the one smiling at full-time.

"They are a big part of my life, and I still have a lot of friends there. 

"Being in one place for seven years is a long time and it's natural to grow close to the club and the players. 

"But I made the decision to leave, and I am very happy with that decision and with how things are going at the moment.

"I feel really good here. Everyone has been amazing with me, and I am looking forward to the future."

This weekend's Jack Magazine really does prove a must-have for both home and away supporters as former Gunner and Swans player Jimmy Rimmer goes under the spotlight in our 'Foot in Both Camps' feature, while we bring you exclusive interviews with famous Arsenal supporters in former cricketer Phil Tuffnel and Olympic gold medallist boxer Audley Harrison.

Elsewhere, former defender Nigel Stevenson takes centre-stage in this week's edition of 'Top Flight Jacks', captain Ashley Williams dishes the dirt in 'Team-mates', and Swans starlet Alex Brays reveals why he believes he will return from a lengthy spell on the sidelines a better player.

Meanwhile, as part of the club's Remembrance of the sacrifices made by our servicemen and women on Sunday, we have a special feature in memory of the Swansea Town players who sadly lost their lives during the First World War.

This weekend's Jack Magazine will be available for just £3 on matchday from around the Liberty Stadium, the Club Shop and online.

It will also be available in Slee Stores in Plasmari, Coggers on Wind Street and Browns Newsagent in Landore. Don't miss out.