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Tomas Rosicky to recover at home from knee injury

SoccerNews in European Championships 14 Apr 2008

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Czech captain Tomas Rosicky will recover from a recurring knee tendonitis which has made him doubtful for Euro 2008 in his homeland, the player announced on his website on Monday.

“Tomas Rosicky’s rehabiliation, following agreement with Arsenal management, will continue in Prague,” the site said of the Gunners’ midfield star.

Rosicky has been sidelined by a painful inflammation at the back of his knee since the end of January.

His continued absence for club and country prompted Czech football federation chiefs and the team doctor to voice concerns last week over whether the key 27-year-old would be fit for June’s Euro 2008 championships.

Rosicky sought to calm those worries with the announcement on his website that: “In the last few days I have been feeling a bit better.”

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