By 1970’s Gooner
Everyone is rejoicing at the splendid news to come out of London Colney that the much maligned Tomas Rosicky has returned not only to full training but back to training with the first team.
And this is despite what the media had been reporting previously that he was so crocked that his future as a footballer was much in doubt.
We here at Arsenal Analysis were publishing news on Tomas’s progress regularly reassuring the Arsenal fans that all was well and that his set backs were due to the long inactivity and not a return of his hamstring problems.
Tomas has now confirmed that his latest injury, his groin, is healed.
“My groin is healed and I am not even tired, so everything is on track. Of course it will take a few days before I feel normal”.
Tomas also revealed the details of his first training session with the rest of his team mates and that he felt useless!.
“It was actually the normal training session which lasted about 80 minutes but for me it felt as though I was in paradise”!
“I had a full training session along with the rest of the team. We had a warm-up, some training and then we played a game. I felt useless there” he said.
This is understandable of course as he has been out of touch with the ball for so long. He will not be able to make it for the remaining two games of the season.
“This weekend Arsenal play against Manchester United. I will stay at Colney and train with an assistant.
Welcome back Tomas. We missed you.