Thomas Rosicky has earned his call-up to his Euro2012 squad

After his amazing season at Arsenal, one of the best in his careers, midfielder Thomas Rosicky got another confirmation that he did incredible work throughout the season as he was named in the Czech Republics’s EURO 2012 squad.

The Czech Republic is to meet Russia, Greece and Poland in Group A this summer, in what seems to be a very tough and even group. There are going to be quite a lot of Gunners going face to face in Group A, as Rosicky is due to meet Russia’s Arshavin and Poland’s Szczesny, while by game time hopefully the Polish striker Lewandowski could be a Gunner if the rumours are right.

Only ONE Arsenal player in the France squad! I thought we were a French team?

With so little time ahead now until this summer’s EURO 2012 will commence, we’re taking a trip around the teams which have Gunners in the line-up, and speak about their chances to make a name for themselves this year.

Unfortunately after selling Fabregas the Gunners are now without any player in the title holder’s squad, Spain, despite having Miquel and Arteta at the club.

Arsenal fans must hope that Bendtner has a good Euro 2012

After a year at Sunderland, Arsenal’s unwanted striker Nicklas Bendtner may be on his way back to the Emirates. He has failed to impress Martin O’Neill sufficiently to be offered a permanent move to the Stadium of Light. He has played 27 games for Sunderland in all competitions since his loan deal began in August, but his return of eight goals and his contribution in general has not earned him a contract in the North East.

Has Wenger delayed Wilshere’s return on purpose?

The young England star Jack wilshere has been making his Arsenal comeback since January, but Arsene Wenger keeps saying that he is recovering well, but not quite fast enough for him to get back on the pitch.

I would like to suggest after last night’s statement from the Arsenal boss, that he is playing a game of merge poker with Jack on one side and the England team on the other.

Wenger said yet again last night that Wilshere’s ankle was ‘fine’ but still refuses to let him train. The Frenchman said last night: “Jack Wilshere will not play again this season and will not go to the European Championships. That is for sure,”

Wenger – Jack Wilshere is running out of time to play at the Euros

The Arsenal manager gave a grim point of view regarding Jack Wilshere’s evolution, and according to the French manager, Wilshere’s chances to go to this summer’s EURO 2012 championship with England are shrinking with each passing day.

The young English star who was expected to be back in the game in February suffered a series of setbacks which forced Wenger to take his time with introducing him back into the team in order to avoid possible further setbacks.

“We try to keep the hope alive for him and without taking too many risks.