The swede had maintained the respect of the players who were at the club from his playing days. So it’s very painful for him that he was treated not well on Arsenal’s side and decided to leave the club.
Therefore, the 43-year-old has clarified why he resigned from north Londoners coaching staff in the summer. The Spaniard returned to Arsenal for a not so long period. In November 2019, he take an exit from Unai Emery and Ljungberg took over for a spell.
Likewise, It is also important that Before Gunners agreed on putting up with Mikel Arteta as first-team manager the Swede managed six games. Out of these six matches, Arsenal won one match and lose one and three draws.
The 43-year-old Swedish professional managed various age groups of Arsenal. It encompasses the age group of under-15 and under-23 squads. He treated them as the main part of their coaching staff. However, he takes an exit from the club in August for venturing his coaching career.
Ljungberg informed The Athletic that In Matchday there is a change when he sits up in the stand to look down. He had been an earpiece with the bench. He said how the opponents pressed.
Additionally, he said “If there was a hole somewhere if one of their players was not holding the line. if we should attack that side or we’re having a problem with something. our player isn’t doing what we’ve coached in the week,” he added.
Freddie Ljungberg take temporary charge of Club
According to Daily Mail, the Swedish said that It can be difficult to see everything when you sit down there (in the dugout). To defeat this problem he made notes. He did lots of drawing. Then Freddie Ljungberg speaks to the bench, come down at half-time and tell them what he saw, he added.
Afterward, the Swedish said that it was different from being on the bench. But that was what Mikel’s staff wanted and (what) he had to accept and do, He added.
Thereafter, he left the club, The Gunners boss Mikel Arteta said that In the forthcoming he sure about Freddie Ljungberg. That he will leave the club. Freddie has been a really important member of arsenal the team since his arrival, Arteta said.
The Spaniard has opined that Freddie Ljungberg couldn’t find a higher-profile role for him at the Emirates Stadium. So it’s made to be clear that he has precise knowledge of the club.
Furthermore, Arteta confessed that Freddie did a great job picking the team-up. When Unai left and they all have 100 percent respect for him as a man and a coach.
Mikel Arteta knows that in the future he will face the 43-year-old Freddie on the pitch. Perhaps Ljungberg might end up making his way back to the Gunners.