|Full name||Fabian Gustavo Lagman|
|Place of birth||Argentina|
|Club Atlético Atlanta|
|–||→ Hapoel Tirat haCarmel (loan)|
|–||→ Maccabi Afula (loan)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.|
Fabian Gustavo Lagman (Hebrew: פביאן גוסטבו לגמן) is an Argentine former professional association football player who was part of the 1988–89 championship squad at Maccabi Haifa. His son, Gaston, is now a professional footballer in Argentina.
In 1988, Maccabi Haifa decided to bring in Jewish players from Argentina since they would qualify as immigrants and not as transfers. The Jewish Agency paid for all travel and even some living expenses for new immigrants, saving the club money. Lagman was brought in under these circumstances, along with Fabian Grimberg and Patricio Sayegh.
- Haberman, Itzhak. פביאן לגמן [Fabian Lagman] (in Hebrew). Maccabi Haifa. Retrieved 4 October 2009.
- (Hebrew) Profile and short biography of Fabian Lagman on Maccabi Haifa's official website
- (Spanish) Limited profile of Fabian Lagman on the Base de datos del futbol Argentino
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