The Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky believes he will be fit to play for Euro 2012. After having problems with a calf injury, Tomas Rosicky firmly believes he will be fit to play for the Czech Republic at Euro 2012. The playmaker has not been training at full potential during his national team’s stay in Austria to prepare for the European championship, and will probably miss the friendly match against Israel.
Rosicky can also stay on the sideline in the last match before the Euro, against Hungary, as he doesn’t want to take any chances.
However, it seems that the 31 year old is confident he will be fully fit for Euro 2012, and started to train harder in the gym, without any problems of the injury.
Rosicky said: “It does not make me nervous anyhow. I count on being 100 per cent ready for the Euros. There is no space for risking now. ”
“I can’t say any date, so far it depends only on how I feel. I can’t tell how the situation will develop. ”
Czech Republic coach Michal Bilek added: “There are still two weeks and that’s plenty of time for Tomas to be fully fit.”
The Czech Republic depends on Tomas Rosicky and it would be extremely difficult for them if their captain will not be fit by the tournament start, but everybody seems confident that the playmaker will be up and running by the first whistle of Euro 2012.