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Name Freddie Ljungberg
Spelling Fredrik Ljungberg
Gender Male
Ethnic Swedish
Job Swedish Footballer
Desc Won two Premier League titles and three FA Cups, scoring in two finals. A key part of the legendary team which won the title without tasting defeat in 2003/04


Club as Coach Arsenal FC [Interim Manager]
Club as Player Arsenal FC


Coach Arsene Wenger


Twitter @freddie

2002 05 09 Retrieve

[Arsene Wenger wants his Double-winners to go on and dominate English football in the years to come] I’ve been waiting for three years for this - it’s a sweet moment

2019 11 29 Tweet

[Interim boss Freddie Ljungberg speaks to fans ahead of taking the reins for the first time. Following the dismissal of Arsenal coach Unai Emery] However long I oversee @Arsenal for I will give everything I have to put smiles on faces again. We have a busy few weeks ahead and the team needs your support. Let’s get to work!

2019 12 01 Retrieve

[Freddie Ljungberg explains why Nicolas Pepe was axed for Arsenal’s draw against Norwich City] Freddie Ljungberg explains why Nicolas Pepe was axed for Arsenal’s draw against Norwich City. Freddie Ljungberg explains why Nicolas Pepe was axed for Arsenal’s draw against Norwich City. So of course, I have an opinion about how we can play and players. But I try to see it just like that, everybody has a fair chance.What I see in training and games, that’s what I’m going to judge it on.

[When asked directly about Pepe’s omission against Norwich] Pepe’s a very good player. sBut like I said, I try to look at what’s being done in training and what I see every day, and that’s how I judge it

2019 12 06 Retrieve

[Freddie Ljungberg Says Arsenal Were ‘Scared’ During Defeat to Brighton] They [the players] look very short of confidence. In the first half they were scared to get the ball, scared to move. We didn’t show up in the first half. We had a chat at half-time, all of a sudden we look like the team we want to be. That’s how we have to play the whole game

2019 12 09 Retrieve

[Freddie Ljungberg reveals why Martinelli, Pepe and Chambers start with Lacazette & David Luiz dropped] There’s a lot of games in December so there’s fatigue and stuff. I wanted to get some energy into the team so thought I’d shake things up a bit

[Martinelli will make his first start for Arsenal in the Premier League, having impressed in the Europa League, and Ljungberg expects him to take that form into domestic action] He’s done very well in Europa League games, scores goals, works hard so I think he will do really well

Pepe I thought did really well when I brought him on in the second half in the last game. I want him to be who he is. I want him to go one against one and be difficult to read. At the same time I want him to do his defensive work, that’s important, we’re playing away from home.

[On the decision to bring Chambers in for Luiz, he added] I think he’s been doing well, training really well, being competitive. When we were at Newcastle and had our away win he played

2019 12 21 Retrieve

[Ljungberg wanted to make a change to try and brighten up a dull afternoon] We have a lot of talent but I wasn’t happy with the talent we put in. They are a top, top team. They are very good. But you still need to run. You need to put in an effort.

What I did here, I know they are young and some don’t have experience, some were making their Premier League debut, we had an 18-year-old winger playing at left-back. But, hey, they did really well away from home against Everton and dominated the game so we should be proud of that as a club