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Who should be Arsenal boss next season if they don’t reach top four? 0

Posted on November 02, 2019 by Veselin Trajkovic

Unai Emery arrived to the Emirates dugout last year after 22 years of Arsene Wenger in charge. Naturally, he was (and still is) expected to deliver where the legendary Frenchman failed in his last few seasons in the job, and that is for Arsenal to play Champions League football.

However, Emery failed in his debut campaign, and while that is certainly understandable to an extent, it won’t be acceptable forever. The former Sevilla and Paris Saint-Germain boss enjoys the trust of the board at the moment, but according to various reports, the pressure is now gradually mounting with the aim of finishing inside the top four in the Premier League an absolute priority. That is to say that many believe Emery will be sacked next summer if that particular goal isn’t reached again.

Ljungberg becomes assistant coach 0

Posted on June 18, 2019 by Harry Kettle

As recently reported by BBC, former Arsenal star Freddie Ljungberg is set to be named first team assistant coach to Unai Emery. The popular Swede is widely considered by many to be one of the club’s most successful players from the last 15-20 years, scoring 46 goals in 214 games in the famous red and white strip. He is set to replace Steve Bould who will be taking charge of the under 23s team, after many years of serving as the number two guy in the red half of North London.

Reiss Nelson praises Arsenal under-23 boss Freddie Ljungberg 0

Posted on August 22, 2018 by David Nugent

Arsenal youngster Reiss Nelson has been praising Gunners legend Freddie Ljungberg, who is now in charge of the under-23. Nelson has been part of both the senior and the under-23 squads in recent years.

Ljungberg became the under-23 boss in June after the appointment of Unai Emery as the clubs new senior coach. The Swede is a club icon having made over 325 appearances for the Gunners and was part of the Invincibles squad.

Not just a top player

Ljungberg was a top player and underrated at times during his Gunners career. However, according to Nelson the former Arsenal midfielder is a top coach too. Talking about Ljungberg, the youngster told the Mirror: “They’re very high [Ljungberg’s demands],”

Mathieu Debuchy set for summer exit 0

Posted on August 05, 2016 by Nemanja Lazarevic

French defender Mathieu Debuchy is again set to leave Arsenal as Turkish media claims he is on the verge of joining Super Lig giants Galatasaray.

The Frenchman was expected to rejoin Bordeaux after spending six months on loan with les Girondins, but it appears he is instead set for a season-long loan stint with the Turkish giants.

According to reports, Arsenal have accepted a bid from Galatasaray, but it remains to be seen whether the player himself will be able to agree personal terms with the club.

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