Tomas Rosicky - 'Mozart Reborn 2011/12'





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Published on Apr 26, 2012


This is a video I put together showing how the famous Czech Republican captain Tomas Rosicky has risen back to his old form, especially toward the end of the 2011/12 season.

Since his lengthy injury, Tomas Rosicky had been labelled as a player who's career had been dented too much by injury for him to rise back to his form of old, especially being 31 years of age. This doubt in the player has been circling around strongly by fans, media and 'football experts' for around 1 and half years, including the first half of the current season. There was even talk in January that Rosicky might leave Arsenal and finish his career somewhere else, but things have changed.

Due to injuries in the midfield, Tomas Rosicky had a chance to have a run of games in his favoured Attacking Midfield position and has picked up sparkling form, showing that form is temporary and class is permanent.

We all know what Rosicky is capable of. He is a pacey and direct attacker with the eyes for a pass, and with classic long range shooting ability. He has found a bit of his old energy and has added quickness to Arsenals midfield in the wake of his form. Long may it continue, whether or not Arsenal go for another attacking midfielder in the transfer windows.

Soundtrack - Electric Feel by MGMT

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