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Tomas Rosicky

35-Year-Old Midfielder     Arsenal  Premier


Czech Republic

STATUS:  Out   INJURY:  Thigh    EST. RETURN:  Unknown
Birthdate:  October 4, 1980    Birthplace:  Prague, Czech Republic
Nationality:  Czech Republic    Height:  5' 8"    Weight:  150 lbs    
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February 5, 2016    Tomas Rosicky News

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Rosicky will not need surgery on his injured thigh, but he is still expected to be out for a considerable amount of time, manager Arsene Wenger said Friday.

Rosicky missed the entire first half of the season because of a knee injury and then suffered the thigh ailment during Arsenal's FA Cup match against Burnley last weekend. His absence is surely a shot to Arsenal's depth, though he wasn't likely to get much playing time in Premier League matches, which minimizes his fantasy value.

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February 1, 2016

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Rosicky will be out for an indefinite period after suffering a thigh injury during Saturday's win over Burnley.

The 35-year-old was actually making his first appearance of the season Saturday after a lengthy recovery from a knee injury, but his latest setback apparently has him headed right back for the trainer's table. Rosicky is set for an appointment on Monday to assess the issue, and a specific timetable will likely be available afterward.

January 30, 2016

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Rosicky (knee) made his season debut by coming on in the 71st minute of Arsenal's 2-1 FA Cup victory over Burnley on Saturday.

Rosicky's return to fitness is certainly a boost to Arsenal's depth, particularly in cup matches, but he's unlikely to have a consistent role during Premier League play, which limits his fantasy upside considerably.

January 29, 2016

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Rosicky could return to the bench for Saturday's FA Cup fixture with Burnley, the Express Tribune reports.

The veteran has not played this season because of a lingering knee injury, but he could finally make an appearance after being medically cleared. Although he is finally fit, Arsenal are also getting several other players back at the moment and he is unlikely to move up enough in the pecking order to make a fantasy impact.

January 21, 2016

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Rosicky is expected to feature in a U-21 match this week as he continues to recover from a knee injury.

The veteran had his rehab halted briefly be a recent illness, but he finally appears set to step back onto the pitch. If all goes well in his stint with the youth team, Rosicky could finally work his way back into contention with the senior squad. Due to Arsenal's depth and the impending return of several other players, however, Rosicky is unlikely to garner significant playing time at any point.

January 15, 2016

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Rosicky will not play Sunday against Stoke City, as he needs to work with the U-21s to increase his match fitness, manager Arsene Wenger said Friday.

Rosicky doesn't get much playing time in Premier League matches even when he's fit, so while his potential return certainly helps Arsenal's depth, it's unlikely to make any waves in fantasy circles.

January 11, 2016

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Rosicky (knee) will return to first-team training this week, manager Arsene Wenger said Monday.

Rosicky has yet to play this season due to the ailment, and while his return to fitness is great news for Arsenal's depth, he's unlikely to get enough playing time to warrant much fantasy consideration.

January 7, 2016

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Rosicky (knee) will return to training next week, manager Arsene Wenger said Thursday.

Rosicky has not played this season due to the ailment, and he'll likely need considerable time to work up his match fitness before he's cleared to play in a game. That being said, even when he's back to 100 percent, he doesn't play nearly enough to warrant much fantasy consideration.