I must admit that I think Tomas Rosicky was, and probably sill is, a fantastic footballer, but I am also becoming a bit tired of his whining and moaning about not being in the Arsenal first team very often. Every time he is put in front of a microphone he uses the opportunity to whine a little bit more.
It appears that the belief and confidence is really flowing around Arsenal Football Club at the moment. A very strong finish to the Premier League season, even though it was not enough to make up for the early stages, has certainly helped that belief.
We are all aware that Tomas Rosicky has made it clear that he wants to leave Arsenal so that he can actually play every week rather than sit on the bench, and we also know that Arsene Wenger has upset the Czech international by exercising the club’s right to extend his contract by another 12 months, but do we know WHY the 34 year-old wants to leave after so many years of loyal service?
Not a lot happening in the transfer market by KM
Hello everyone! Summer is coming and football is out until August. So whats there to talk about? Not a lot really, apart from a few Jose Mourinho comments of course. They always seem to come around and more often than not they have a dig at Arsenal.
Arsenal’s little Mozart Tomas Rosicky was complaining about not getting any game time before the Christmas transfer window, but it seems that Arsene Wenger threw him a few bones by putting our Number 7 on the pitch for a few games. The Czech’s contract was set to end in June but Arsene Wenger took up the Gunners contractual option to extend his stay for one more season, but since that happened Rosicky was once again put out to pasture.
Just days after the Arsenal star Tomas Rosicky hinted towards a move away from the club this summer, it has been confirmed that the Czech Republic international will remain at the Emirates for at least another season. The Daily Star and various other sources in the English media are reporting that Arsenal have activated an option to extend his contract after Gunners’ boss Arsene Wenger successfully persuaded him to stay, with the imminent arrival of Petr Cech said to be a crucial factor.
The Arsenal transfer rumours connecting us with the Liverpool and England forward Raheem Sterling will no doubt go on for some time, until the young player is snapped up in the summer transfer window. It does look as though Sterling will be staying in England and joining another Premier League club, despite what Liverpool and Brendan Rodgers says, but it will not be Arsenal.
After securing automatic qualification for next season’s Champions League but falling off the pace to pip Manchester City to second place, Arsenal welcome West Brom to the Emirates with nothing much to play for. Picking a starting eleven may prove to be a difficult task for Arsene Wenger as the Frenchman might want to rest some of his key players ahead of the FA Cup final against Aston Villa, whilst also knowing that a convincing win over the Baggies will give his Gunners’ side a massive boost for the big game at Wembley. So who should Wenger rest?