The Czech Republic’s injured captain Tomáš Rosický has announced an improvement to the knee problem which has cast a major doubt over his Euro 2008 participation. The Arsenal midfield star said on his website that the painful inflammation of his knee had receded but he still had to undergo rehabilitation. Rosický said he could assess his chances of full recovery better when he started training.
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