Czech Out Rosicky - Award Winner
Midfield dynamo, Tomas Rosicky has been crowned the Czech Republic Player of the Year.
Rosicky signed for the Gunners last summer and has put in a string of silky performances, all this after scoring a couple of ripsnorters in the World cup.
Tommy then went on to be named the captain of the Czech side.
This is the thrid time 'Little Mozart' has won the award, and after seeing some of his performances for Arsenal, it's not difficult to see why.
'I did not play badly at Dortmund but I needed the transfer to get better,' said Rosicky. 'I settled quickly in the Arsenal line-up and that is a mental boost for every player.'
'I am a completely different man to when I first won this award in 2001. I have grown up, although I probably still look like a child because of my baby face.'
However, Tommy, rather modestly believes Chelsea goalkeeper, Pter Cech should have scooped the award.
'Cech deserved to win for all he has had to overcome,'
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