- Czech Republic international Rosicky joined Arsenal in May 2006.
- Rosicky has made 246 appearances for Arsenal.
- His latest injury might mean the end of his professional career.
Arsenal’s Czech international looks to have played his last competitive game for the club. Gooners were shocked to learn that Rosicky’s injuries are worse than club doctors initially thought.
After making his return against Burnley in the F.A Cup last Saturday, it wasn’t long before the fan favourite was back in the dressing room sitting on the physio table.
Tomas Rosicky: “I started to warm up vs. Burnley & the reception was unbelievable & I’ll never forget it. Honestly, I had tears in my eyes”
— Arsenal News (@__arsenalnews_) February 5, 2016
Rosicky has made 246 appearances for Arsenal and recently signed a one-year contract extension last summer. His career has been plagued with injury:
Every injury (53) Tomas Rosicky has suffered in his career.. pic.twitter.com/YAIc31D0nq
— The Football Café (@thefootballcafe) February 3, 2016
When asked to comment about the state of Arsenal’s veteran midfielder, boss Arsene Wenger gave this comment:
“It’s too early. The only thing we know is that it’s a bad muscular injury that will keep him out for a long time. We are all shocked and he is the most shocked and we have to patient and hope that it is not his last game.”
The Midfielder will be sorely missed if he has indeed put on the Arsenal shirt for the final time. Here are some of his finest moments in an Arsenal shirt:
Strike vs Tottenham
Amazing Team Goal vs Sunderland
Sweeping Strike vs Liverpool
Rosicky: “I will come back again, I will not give up. I will find it and I will be back again.” pic.twitter.com/wIvRms9xcs
— Chris Wheatley (@GoonerTalk) February 5, 2016