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Tomas Rosicky Is 'Mr X'

Tomas Rosicky Is 'Mr X'

Arsenal's new boy Tomas Rosicky believes that because he is little known among the Premierships elite it will give him the edge to fire the Gunners to glory.

I'll be the first to admit that I knew little of the player before he became a Gooner and after a little research and a lot of watching the World Cup I see a player who will become an integeral factor in to once again challenging for the title.

Rosicky knows his has little reputation in this country but firmly believes that will aid him in his hunt for glory.

'I'm not one of the big names in England,' he said.

'I'm like a Mr X. But that will change if I produce for Arsenal.

'I want to help them win the title.'

'The dumpling' is also excited at the prospect of playing his football in one of the most passionate countries in the world.

'It will be a lot different to playing in Germany. I know how vocal the fans can be here and I can't wait to play,'

'I am ready to do my best for my team-mates and the fans.'

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Sunday July 16 2006
Time: 4:09PM

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Tomas will really help us next season, his signing also means that we will have a quality player to bring on as a sub next season, either him or freddie. perhaps we needed him in the CL final last season for some fresh legs with quality
ArsenalRob
16/07/2006 17:14:00
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Ive liked him for a while now and think hell do great things for arsenal
Regiboy
16/07/2006 17:42:00
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ive liked him for a while aswell and i was excited when we was linked with him in january but then it seemed to go down hill. now look what we have signed thankfully before his great world cup. he is a plyer that will move arsenal foward letes hope hes joined by more important signings
abdleb
16/07/2006 18:43:00
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no doubt he'll be a success...
theking13
16/07/2006 18:48:00
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But Pires has gone who has been fantastic for u, u still need more depth to be up there
Boony
16/07/2006 23:10:00
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Saw the 2 goals in the world cup, if other teams are looking at this guy and realise that he can slam the ball in from 30 yards, in closing him down it may mean that Henry is given even more room to move. I can see Rosicky being a big asset for Arsenal
OzDan
17/07/2006 00:26:00
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You've got it right there Boony, he HAS been fantastic for us, but the sad fact of the matter is that footballers have a shelf life, and Bobby is reaching the end of his.
Rocky7
17/07/2006 00:35:00
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Absolutely. This is 1 further attacking option that have been lacking all along.
HK_Gunner
17/07/2006 04:46:00
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Good on ya rocicky its true you will make an impact
kenyanrudeboy
17/07/2006 06:13:00
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This guy wll be immence for us this season, he is going to be the one that everyonee don't know a lot about but thats a good thing, but what he says is so true
Walcott
17/07/2006 18:56:00
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