Tomas Rosicky played for Arsenal Football Club. The former Czech midfielder joined Arsenal from Borussia Dortmund in 2006. Rosicky left Arsenal for Sparta Prague in 2016 on a free transfer. In total, he made 247 appearances for Arsenal and scored 28 goals. “The Little Mozart” wore the number 7 shirt for Arsenal. He was born on October 4, 1980. Rosicky is currently Sports Director for Sparta Prague.
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Born in Prague on 4th October 1980, Tomas Rosicky had football in his blood and signed for Arsenal on 23 May 2006.
Former Arsenal physio Ben Ashworth has joined up with Tomas Rosicky at Sparta Prague as their new Head of Performance.
Tomas Rosicky has been named as AC Sparta Prague's new sporting director, and he's already made his first big decision in the new role, keeping Zdeněk Ščasný on as head coach.
Tomas Rosicky is starting his transition into coaching with Sparta Prague, but admits he has a lot to learn now he's on the other side.
Arsenal have announced two charity matches against Real Madrid, following the success of the legends match against AC Milan Glorie in 2016.
Arsenal will face AC Milan in the last-16 of the Europa League, and history suggests it will be a close encounter.
Alex Iwobi's stats compared to Tomas Rosicky, whom Arsenal fans adore, and Alexander Hleb, are pretty surprising.
Ahead of the North London derby this Saturday, we've looked at some of Arsenal's humiliations of their local rivals.
Tomas Rosicky is the latest former player to be inducted into The 100 Club.
With Mathieu Debuchy set to join Saint Etienne on a free transfer, we looked at some of the other players Arsenal released for free in recent years, and how they got on.
In this bumper Christmas special of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew is joined by Anita and Helen, who try to remember anything about beating West Ham and make sense of the customary madness against Liverpool.
Arsenal players past and present have been paying tribute to Tomas Rosicky since the midfielder announced his retirement from football on Thursday.
Tomas Rosicky announced his retirement from professional football on Wednesday, and called up the Arsenal website to send a goodbye message to fans.
Tomas Rosicky retires from professional football, having spent more than 1000 days on the sidelines in an injury-laden career for Sparta Prague, Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund.
Arsenal supporters have reacted very angrily to Emmanuel Adebayor's comments on former Gunner Tomas Rosicky.
After the result at Watford, I wasn't really in the mood for designing wallpapers, but hey, here I am.
On Wednesday morning, Arsenal's official Twitter account asked fans to share their favourite memories of Tomas Rosicky for his birthday and were rightfully chewed out for not hosting his testimonial.
Cazorla has been troubled by an achilles injury since last season, and with no date set on his return, his future is looking increasingly bleak.
Arsenal fans are accustomed to seeing their finest players rehomed in the treatment room but there are some players who seem unluckier than others
Returning to Sparta Prague last summer, it's time to look at Tomas Rosicky to find out how the Arsenal fan favourite is doing back in his homeland.
Tomas Rosicky has been ruled out for the season after only playing 18 minutes for Sparta Prague.
On 16 March 2014, Tomas Rosicky scored a beauty of a goal against Spurs at White Hart Lane.
On 12 March 2012, Tomas Rosicky signed a new contract with Arsenal.
Tomas Rosicky has been pictured back in training for Czech side, Sparta Prague, having sustained a muscle fibre tear in the early weeks of September.
It's bad news as former Arsenal fan favourite, Tomas Rosicky, is ruled out until 2017.
Arsenal fans were overjoyed on Tuesday after Tomas Rosicky signed back to Sparta Prague, his boyhood club.
Tomas Rosicky is set to return to his former club, Sparta Prague.
Tuesday came with some pretty big Arsenal gossip updates.
The injured Tomas Rosicky has chosen to return to Arsenal despite being out of contract in order to receive treatment.
Since we love a Friday announcement, Arsenal chose today to confirm the signing of Rob Holding. Oh yeah, and we played RC Lens.
Tomas Rosicky is apparently recovering from the injury he picked up in the Euros in London with Arsenal physios. The midfielder pulled his hamstring playing...
Despite it being quiet on the news front, the rumour mill has started spinning again and it's been spitting out some familiar names.
It's the news we were all dreading: Tomas Rosicky is injured again and has been ruled out of the rest of Euro 2016.
Tomas Rosicky looks like he could have played his last game at this year’s competition after doing his hamstring in the Czech Republic’s dramatic 2-2 draw with Croatia.
A last minute penalty meant the Czech Republic managed to earn a point when no one thought they could.
With just one game on Monday featuring Arsenal players to entertain us, a little more gossip than we’ve had lately creeped into the equation.
To the surprise of Arsenal fans everywhere, and half of Spain, Hector Bellerin was named on the bench while Juanfran was handed a start for their first game of the tournament.
Hector Bellerín has told UEFA that he would not have believed it possible that he would be at the Euros and that he found out he was included in the provisional squad through a relative who saw it on TV.
Cesc Fabregas has praised his former team-mate, Petr Cech, ahead of Spain's Euro clash against the Czech Republic.