Friday, 28 February 2014

Rosicky to Get Contract Extension at Arsenal.

"The Little Mozat" as he is fondly called by fans is now set to put pen to paper in order to extend his stay at the club beyond next summer. It was revealed by Arsene Wenger after the Sunderland game that the club will in a short while hand Tomas Rosicky an improved deal whose span is reportedly a year.

“Tomas Rosicky will stay,” Wenger revealed during his post-Sunderland press conference.
“We have an agreement with him and it will come out soon. I am absolutely adamant he has to stay at the club.”

Rosicky to Get Contract Extension at Arsenal.


The Czech international who had been at Arsenal since 2006 is no doubt one of the club's most influential players. At 33 years he is still very much agile when with the ball and this makes him stand out among players who are in the same age bracket witth him. The way he drives towards goal, delivers passes and even scores would make one wonder if he is really as old as he claims to be. I could remember a day when a fellow Gunner finished watching one of our games and concluded he would only accept Rosicky is 33 when he sees his birth certificate because he seems to be younger with the way he displays on the pitch.

Many Arsenal fans received the news with joy praising the former Borussia Dortmund man's impact on the teams progress so far this season. He showed his talent during our last game. He got a goal to his name and was also involved in the build-up that led to some of the others.

Wenger went on to highlight how far the midfielder has gone since arriving at the Emirates Stadium from Germany According to his statement, he was not as good as he is presently at the time he was signed.

“When he arrived, he was less a tactical player and more the Mozart from Prague,” Wenger admitted.
“He was purely a creative, offensive player. But today, he is a real organiser as well. He gives a real structure to the team.

“He is one of the players who plays the game of give-and-move and he is a great accelerator of the game. He always makes things happen, not with individual dribbling but with individual acceleration of his passing and his runs. His goal was one of the top goals we have scored.”
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