The Czech national side’s injured captain Tomáš Rosický returned to training on Wednesday, a day before the Czechs play Portugal in the quarterfinals of Euro 2012. The Arsenal midfielder, who suffered an Achilles tendon injury in the team’s game against Greece last week, underwent medical tests in Prague before rejoining the national team in Poland but it remains unclear whether he’ll be able to appear in Thursday’s match against Portugal; at a news conference in Warsaw n Wednesday, Rosický said the final decision would be taken before the game.
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