What the papers say: Arsenal's Rosicky thought his career might be over

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The Sun - Rosicky: My injury torment
TOMAS ROSICKY has admitted for the first time he feared he would never play football again.

The Daily Mirror - Robin Van Persie heartbreak over failed Rangers switch
Arsenal striker Robin Van Persie has revealed the pain of seeing his dreams of a teenage move to Rangers fall apart.

The Daily Mail - Cesc is flattered by Barca and Real's overtures, says Fabregas Snr
Cesc Fabregas' father insists the Arsenal club captain is happy in north London, but is flattered by the attention of Barcelona and Real Madrid. Francesc Fabregas also revealed former Real president  Florentino Perez made his son a big money offer four years ago.

TOMAS ROSICKY had fears his career might be over after suffering a rare knee tendon injury which has kept him out since January last year.

ARSENE WENGER reckons Arsenal are revving up for an end-of-season trophy charge.

The Guardian - I thought my career was over, says Rosicky of his injury nightmare
Tomas Rosicky says there were times he feared his career might be over as he struggled to regain fitness while recovering from the tendon injury that has kept him out of the team since January last year.

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