News: Arsenal duo pays tribute to retiring former Arsenal star Tomas Rosicky

Rosicky has played 105 matches for Czech Republic national team.

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Tomas Rosicky, the former Arsenal man called it a day on his professional career yesterday and two of the Arsenal players spoke about their feelings on the Czech star.

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Rosicky embraced by Sanchez on his last day as an Arsenal player

Arsenal players Jack Wilshere and Sead Kolasinac spoke to the club’s official website and recalled the legend’s career, who played 246 teams for the Gunners during his ten year tenure at the North London.

Wilshere played alongside Tomas Rosicky for the better part of his career and admits that he was such an influencing character to be around and payed his respect.

“This is me being deadly serious, he is one of the best I’ve played with in terms of what I wanted to be as a player,” Wilshere told Arsenal Player. “He picked the ball up and he drove at the opposition, not many players do that from midfield.”

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The England man also said that Rosicky helped him in his career and was also a great person to be sharing the dressing room with. Wilshere also hailed the former Dortmund man for his contributions and says that Rozza still has a lot to give to football and termed him as a football man.

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Also Arsenal’s new signing Sead Kolasinac had his say on the former Gunners star. Though Kolasinac never played alongside Rosicky, he had a lot to say about the Czech legend.
“I remember him from the time when he was at Dortmund,” Kolasinac told Arsenal.com. “He was a very good footballer, also when he came here. You’d only ever see him doing good things, either when you read about him or watched him play,” he added.

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The Bosnian also said about the goal he scored in an away game at Tottenham in 2013 and said that it was something that speaks the volumes of the player.

Rosicky finished his career with his boyhood club AC Sparta Prague where he made 12 appearances in his final season.

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