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Arsenal - Tomas Rosicky: No Panic

Arsenal new boy Tomas Rosicky thinks it's not time to panic just yet as we are making chances, just not taking them.

Arsenal lost 1-0 at the City Of Manchester Stadium on Saturday in the second consecutive Premiership game that the Gunners should have won by a country mile.

As It stands we are hovering above the relegation zone with one point out of six, however it's not as if we a playing badly, the build up play is fine we're just not taking the chances in fron of goal, a sentiment Tomas Rosicky echo's.

'We are all very sad about it but we should not panic, it is only about starting to score goals because we have created plenty of good chances.' said Rosicky

Rosicky himself was guilty of not taking a chance to shoot against Man City.

'I tried to have it ideal for a shot but the goalkeeper denied me greatly,' added Rosicky. 'So I passed to Gilberto whose shot was blocked.

'It was a big pity to lose such a game in which we had so many goal chances. And moreover, we conceded from a penalty.'

I reckon a resounding win against Boro on the 9th could give ourside the courage and confidence to start banging them in from all angles once again.

Come on you Gunners.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 29 2006

Time: 10:45AM

Your Comments

What Rosicky has said is absolutely right Arsenal are created plenty of chances but are not able to convert them into goals. I;m sure Arsenal's winning streek is going to start from Sep 9 against Boro, as i feel this two weeks gap will give them some time as they were playing CL Qualifiers and EPL head to head so this gap will give Arsenal the much needed break to regroup and start winning games
Anjana
Some break, international football is a cancer on our game, let's get rid of it once and for all!
Little Dutch
Isn't it just LD. We've waited all this time for the PL to start, and then we have to put up with this crap again!!
Rocky7
It's early days! Gunners are winners. I like the tone of AW and Rosicky's comments. That's the winning mindset. The game has barely started. We will claim our top spots in due course. I have confidence in the team.
SWPACIFIC
And what use are these internationals anyway? I understand them before the world cup, but now?
Gaga
Internationals are all about money. Can you honestly think of a player who really looks like he wants to play for his country? They make it look like an obligation which will consequently culminate in lucrative sponsorship deals. Domenech's appalling actions with TH and Makelele are indicative of all that's wrong with it. Imagine if we marched up to Barca and said, "give us Ronaldinho for free, if you refuse he will get a two match ban." You couldn't make it up!
Little Dutch
 

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