Isn’t it time to cancel Rosicky’s playing contract?

Isn’t it time to cancel Rosicky’s playing contract?

 
Good Morning Insiders, I have said repeatedly over many blogs that Tomas Rosicky will never again play for the Arsenal, and if he does it will be only one game before getting injured long term again almost immediately. It is now time to get rid.
Am I being harsh? Lets look at the facts.
Tomas Rosicky
Age 28, he came to us from Borussia Dortmund in May 2006 for for a rumoured £6.8 million on a three year deal. He had been linked with all the top European clubs after Dortmund fell on financial hard times. They had buy Rosicky from Sparta Prague for £18 million, and when faced with the situation of not being able to pay his high wages, the buy out clause in his contract was activated.
Dubbed “Little Mozart” by virtue of his midfield mastery at Dortmund, Rosicky quickly demonstrated his ability to influence the midfield, despite his early lack of goals during the appearances at the club.
He developed niggling injuries, and it was his Czech International coach who warned Arsenal of the long term injury consequences of not dealing firmly with a muscular problem which had dogged him over the preceding 12 months.
In two and a half seasons he has made only 61 appearances, scored 13 goals and no doubt has been paid around £30-40 K per week or just under £2 million a year. This at a time when we need midfield inspiration and funds to bring in another player to replace him.
Arsene Wenger has made some very odd comments about Rosicky and his recurrence injury which suggests that the Club’s patience is wearing thin. He was ready to come back in September, now it is pushed to the new year, and there are some emerging unconfirmed reports that are suggesting that Rosicky may be out for the rest of the season.
I for one have had enough of this, and if getting him off the wage bill will mean that we can make another signing, they so be it. Tomas Rosicky may resurrect his career elsewhere, perhaps playing in America, but I remain of the view that it is better that we part company and move on. I would wish him well for the future, and whilst recognising that this injury is not his fault, The Club is bigger than any single player.
By Fabregas the King. 

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