Published: Thu, December 05, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Ljungberg defends fallen Arsenal boss

Ljungberg defends fallen Arsenal boss

Arsenal are considering former Valencia manager Marcelino as a potential replacement for Unai Emery at The Emirates, according to a report in England.

Henry said on Amazon Prime: "Well I think what we've seen so far, it's very hard to change anything in I think he had one session, or two maybe".

"I felt that the players could react that way and in my opinion we played well offensively. But what I prefer, what I love to do, is to be on the football pitch, but this is part of the job as well".

Wenger had left Arsenal in May 2018 after a tenure of 22 years.

Asked if he had spoken to former boss Wenger, who brought him to the club as a player in 1998, he replied: 'No (not yet).

"If he has that need, then of course I will be available", Wenger said.

"Freddie is fantastically committed, he's wanted to do this job for a long time, so he's got an opportunity". He has an opportunity and what you want in life is that opportunity. "I'll make sure you'll know what I wear".

The Arsenal legend would be hoping to guide his beloved team to a first win in nine games in all competitions against Brighton.

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"When it comes to the Emirates, the fans want us to win football games", he said.

"I've seen stories in the past about how he treated players and made them feel good, so I've stolen a few of those ideas". Other things is my feeling that we got in behind their midfield and behind their backline a lot. "If that's me or if that's someone else as a coach, I don't think that really matters". The £72m record signing has not started in the Premier League since the draw against Crystal Palace in October but Ljungberg denied the forward was suffering from a lack of confidence.

"Sometimes we come from a different league and it takes time to adapt, off the pitch and on the pitch".

"I've been here, I've done two training sessions now and I don't want to talk about the coaches before.

I'm going to have a little chat with him about what I expect and how I want to play".

Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes said earlier this week he thought Ljungberg should have worn a "shirt and tie to show some discipline".

"At the moment I'm just looking at the next game", he said.

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