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Rosicky Groin Fear

Tomas Rosicky will have to undergo more tests on his troublesome groin injury at the end of the week.

The Czech international has missed Arsenal`s last 2 games through injury and the midfielder fears it could be more serious than first thought. He now faces a couple of days of intensive physiotherapy before he has another scan to reveal the extent of the injury.

'The suspicion of an injury near the groin has been confirmed,' Rosicky told his official website.
'I will undergo a few days physiotherapy and at the end of the week will undergo another investigation which will reveal more.'

Rosicky has already had to sit out a few weeks earlier in the season with a groin injury which is why this is being taken seriously.




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Writer: Nick Simmonett  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday March 1 2007

Time: 3:05PM

Your Comments

We need him back asap he is just the constant attacking threat that we are currently lacking in the midfield.
AB_Arsenal
hes going to miss PSV NOOOOOO!!
hazzagooner
bad news. this week is terrible for us. suspensions, injuries, losses !! what next? things can only get better, surely.
prits
I only hope so prits for all of our sakes i only hope things are going to get better :)
AB_Arsenal
gives freddy another couple of matches to regain full match fitness, but rosicky is amazing, need him back ASAP
bootoo
bootoo you can't give Freddie a do or die match in the CL to get his fitness back. and for me he is fit now, he's played a couple of games now and he;'s back to full match fitness. he needs to perform on the pitch like the old freddie we all know and love so much..
luckys_10
 

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