Freddie Ljungberg is working with far fewer staff than Unai Emery but Arsenal are making him wait.
The Arsenal boss was very pleased with one of the youngsters on Thursday night...
"Yes, maybe it's a bit slow..." admits the Arsenal boss but he says it's all part of the plan...
Ljungberg may prefer to focus on the Arsenal positives, but they were few and far between in Liege...
Leno has been impressed with Ljungberg's straight talking.
Vindication for Freddie? Not according to the Mailbox. Also: politics, racism and loads of other fun stuff...
It was Arsenal's first win under the guidance of interim head coach Freddie Ljungberg.
"We tried to play and the boys stepped up in the second half. They worked so hard and that's something we talked about."
Arsenal turned an abysmal first 60 minutes of football into one of the high points of their season.
"When is a manager going to go into Arsenal and realise you have to sort the defence out."
The Gunners hierarchy 'are now feeling the pressure' as they have failed to identify a 'clear path forward'.
Freddie's honeymoon is over, if the Mailbox reaction is any measure. Also: Bruce, Pogba, and Mane's left foot...
When you've got to go, you've got to go.
"They were very scared to get the ball, very scared to move and they were just standing still."
The first job for any manager taking over a team on the slide is to firm them up. What has Freddie been up to?
Arsene Wenger has offered to "work with" "fantastically committed" Ljungberg.
Freddie Ljungberg intends to tap into the knowledge of Arsene Wenger and Sven-Goran Eriksson.
The former Arsenal midfielder took over following the sacking of Unai Emery on Friday.
Freddie Ljungberg thinks Arsenal can definitely finish in the top four at the end of the season.
Why not invent a new way to play instead of holding onto the past as a sucky blanket?
Ljungberg insisted there was enough to build on after his first game in charge...
Did you know that Freddie Ljungberg "has Arsenal DNA"? Looks like we're getting another Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
"It is a very cut throat thing in football and of course players are emotional as well and they will react on that."
Ex-Gunners midfielder Ljungberg had been working as assistant first-team coach under Emery this season.
Bukayo Saka has revealed the most valuable piece of advice given to him by Freddie Ljungberg.
With Man United and, presumably, Chelsea calling on former players of late, who might be next?
Arsenal have created a 'transition team' which means Steve Bould will step away from Emery's side...
Freddie Ljungberg "fought quite hard" for Arsenal to finally accept their EFL Trophy invitation.
Freddie Ljungberg has been discussing his return to Arsenal as head coach of the Under-23 side...
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