Rosicky reports are 'nonsense'
Tomas Rosicky's agent has rejected reports surrounding the health and fitness of the midfielder.
By Vasek Kadlec
Last Updated: 14/10/08 2:05pm
Tomas Rosicky's agent has rejected fresh reports surrounding the health and fitness of the Arsenal midfielder.
It had been suggested the injury-plagued playmaker sought medical attention as a result of sudden sickness and bad headaches.
However, Rosicky's agent, Pavel Paska, has strongly denied the claims and has insisted the Czech is on course to recover from his long-term injury troubles.
Paska told Denik Sport: "What appeared in the press about Tomas being hospitalised in London is complete nonsense.
"Tomas, as part of his recovery scheme, visits the hospital for various therapies and the same happened last time.
"A sudden setback in his health or some headaches, as I have read about somewhere, have not happened to Tomas.
"Everything is going according to the plan. Tomas' first comeback was rash, now we are treating the situation more carefully.
"The recovery will be long-term. The team of specialists that cares for Tomas, has been enlarged by another specialist which means the player will be cared for at the best level."