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Discussion in 'Arsenal' started by thebigman, Jul 18, 2009.
does look like him huh?
still hit that though wouldnt u?
is that a dude on the right?
Little Mozart shows what a genius can do.
Say a little prayer every day "Please stay healthy".
Good write up on the strengths of a fit and ready Rosicky. Cannot wait to see he and Cesc in the same side again. In the past it has been pure magic.
IMO a healthy Rosicky is the most effective CMF of current team.
Hope the boss keeps the winning momentum going and let him play as CMF this Saturday.
So Rosicky is itching for more minutes....
Good to see. He has looked good so far. I wonder if Wenger is just trying to limit the risk of injury.
Well Rosicky certainly doesn't see it that way? I was responding to the premise of the article. I had ASSUMED he was being limited. OTOH, there are only so many spots on the starting XI.
I'd like Rosicky to take Diaby or Song's spot against less physical sides. I understood the need for both of them to play versus the beasts of Blackburn, but against a side like West Ham or Newcastle or Fulham he should play because he's 10x better on the ball than those two.
Diaby's pretty sick on the ball... Rosicky is a better passer and a more intelligent player though.
Diaby is sick at keeping the ball while dribbling. Not so good at going by people, and he needs to work on getting rid of the ball faster. Denilson is better than Diaby at this.
In fact, Denilson is the bestest midfielder we have. Not only that, Denilson is the second bestest midfielder to ever play. He's so good he's almost as good as phishy.
looks like charlie george with tits
21 - Andres Iniesta and Tomas Rosicky have created the most scoring chances in Euro 2012 Qualifying so far. Playmakers.
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7 - Tomas Rosicky has been the the poorest #7 for Arsenal, in the modern era.
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Hard to follow-up Pires, though. The chemistry he had with Henry was sensational.
I know I was being silly. Seriously though he really must have had it tough after that injury especially when it seemed like it might just be a 2-3 week knock then ended costing him the rest of the season and the whole of 2008/09. Probably wouldn't or shouldn't be here next season, but he wasn't anywhere close to bad when he first joined.
Rosicky is not even the worst #7 in the Wenger era, ffs
To be fair, Rosicky is employed in a much different fashion in his national team side. We do have a penchant for playing players out of position at Arsenal.
Rosicky was brilliant when he had some speed in every position... its pretty much gone now... he was very good to great for the club for about a year, then the bad injury happened
also, the international game is not quality at all, and played at a slower pace than the premiership...
David Healy led Europe in goals during 2008 Euro qualifiers, so lets not look too close into that number
Have any of you guys watched a Czech national team game? Rosicky is great playing for the national team. He creates so many chances for our national side. I dont get why he isn't like that for you guys.
Yes and I get bored out of my mind.
Nelson Vivas does not exist to me.
probably b/c TR7 is just more comfortable with the NT than he is at the club level. he is probably under more scrutiny with the arsenal than he is with the Czech republic
Up until the 4-4 that shall never be spoken, Rosicky had been having a great season. Sure he wasn't scoring goals, but he was making good passes and creating great chances (I remember Arshavin blowing a few of them). I wouldn't be surprised to see him make a great contribution to the end of the season.