Tomas Rosicky Arsenal
Profile of the Czech footballer Tomas Rosicky, who currently plays as a midfielder at Arsenal. The 34-year old player Rosicky joined Arsenal from Borussia Dortmund and wears the number 7 shirt.
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“Arsenal are going to offer Tomas Rosicky a new contract with the club to try and entice his compatriot Petr Cech to the Emirates from Chelsea, reports the Daily Star.”
“TOMAS ROSICKY'S chances of a new Arsenal contract have been boosted by the impending £10m signing of Petr Cech. The Gunners are increasingly optimistic they can land the Czech Republic goalkeeper from London rivals Chelsea.”
“Arsenal star Tomas Rosicky has shared doubts over his future at the club after admitting that he finds it difficult being stuck on the bench, reports the Daily Express.”
“Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky has expressed his sadness at not getting enough game time at the Emirates and claims that he could leave the club in the summer.”
“Czech international Tomas Rosicky could return to Sparta Prague this summer with his Arsenal contract set to expire(Getty) Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky could return to his native Czech Republic this summer, with fans of former club Sparta Prague having”
“Fans of Sparta Prague have planned a whip round in an attempt to entice former star Tomas Rosicky back to the club where he started his career.”
“Tomas Rosicky believes Arsenal have not had many happy summer holidays recently. The Gunners have finished fourth in six of the last nine seasons, instigating a period of uncertainty over whether they will reach the Champions League group stages.”
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““I speak to Tomas Rosicky a lot, he is a legend and he is always giving me advice and telling me what to do more of,” he told Arsenal’s official website.”
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