It’s the news everyone was dreading: Tomas Rosicky is injured again and has been ruled out of the rest of Euro 2016.

When our former midfielder, our Little Mozart, went down off the ball clutching his hamstring in the Czech Republic’s controversial 2-2 draw against Croatia, I don’t think there was one Arsenal fan who thought he would get up and be okay.

Alright he did get up again, it was obvious that something still wasn’t right and after the match, he admitted that he thought the tournament was over for him.

Now, it’s been confirmed that unfortunately it is and the 35-year-old is out for three-to-six weeks with a thigh injury.

Could this be the last we’ve seen of Rosicky on the pitch? The poor man can’t catch a break and at his age, it’s not looking as if his injury woes are going to improve.

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