Freddie Ljungberg is at the wheel

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  1. tactica442

    tactica442 Member Trusted

    I agree with Gigg's analysis on the senior players. The experienced players are not putting efforts and sprinting back to get behind the ball. Freddie should play more young players.

    It's pain to watch Özil throwing temper when being substituted. He and Xhaka are both on high wages and not knowing how to channel anger through putting good performance and being leader examples on the pitch.
     
  2. I have never seen a worse, more disorganised, less combative Arsenal team and watching Freddie giggle with Pep at full-time after that humiliating loss made me gag. Embarrassing....
     
  3. albakos

    albakos Arséne Wenger: "I will miss you" Administrator

    Freddie lack of depth reminds me of several times when Wenger was banned from touchline, so Bouldie taking over. You could immediately see there was no plan or an idea on how to adapt to opposition with in-game adjustments.

    Feel bad for Freddie and it was painful to hear his presser afterwards. The bastards up top are hanging him out to dry.
     
  4. krackpot

    krackpot Well-Known Member

    He deserves a salute for handling this so nicely.

    Stay classy Freddie. Hope the club sticks with him
     
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  5. The_Playmaker

    The_Playmaker Well-Known Member

    Its amazing how badly this club is run. Its like a McDonalds losing their manager leaving the place with all of his staff, cooks and cashiers and the assistant manager takes charge with the cleaners helping him. Yet still having to deal with the same amount of customers.

    This club is an absolute joke.
     
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  6. Wrighty4eva

    Wrighty4eva Well-Known Member

    Kinda feel sad for freddie now, after his post match interview, seems everything is up in the air, no direction this club is like a rudderless ship at the moment, No Identity or leadership from top to bottom. Krazy a professional institute is being run like this...
     
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  7. tap-in

    tap-in Nothing Wrong With Me

    I missed the game but saw that part on the news, wtf was Freddie doing, we'd just lost 3-0 at home and he's having a laugh & joke with the opposition manager! I feel for Freddie having to hold the fort but not being given the staff to do it but you don't laugh after you've just lost!
     
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  8. krackpot

    krackpot Well-Known Member

    Welcome to the friend zone, Freddie.
     
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  9. hydrofluoric acid

    hydrofluoric acid Dishonest To His Federation

    Feel very sad. Think Freddie said they were getting two taining sessions between games. With no coaching staff I think it was very difficult for him.

    Please stay and keep improving Freddie. Youre the best!
     
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  10. juice man

    juice man Well-Known Member

    Yeah some significant changes are needed at the club, but the scariest part is that I don’t see a catalyst for those changes. Who’s going to step up to sort out this mess? No one with power seems to have a clue what they are doing or what needs to be done.

    We’re actually being run like an amateur club. It’s truly frightening and I don’t know if we’ve seen bottom yet.
     
  11. Tumblin'Dice

    Tumblin'Dice Hates Reddit

    I hope he stays at the club.

    I really like his last press conference, putting pressure on the board,

    We need more of that from within.
     
  12. nick gould

    nick gould Well-Known Member

    Just finished watching the game vs man city. The team is responding to him. I saw a lot of positives in there. Unfortunately his substitutions suck to the core. He should have taken over after European cup last season. He would have done something with them lot. He has managed to get Pepe playing with a bit more confidence. Farewell Freddie.
     
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  13. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Wrong, But Rarely

    Think he was told from the start that he’s just keeping the seat warm. He might actually be happy that it’s all over.
     
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  14. Manberg

    Manberg Predator

    It’s difficult to commit to a job you don’t have.
     
  15. Penn_

    Penn_ Established Member

    With no staff to work with the least we could’ve two is given him those two weeks during the break to work with.

    Not sure even the best managers in the world could’ve turned us around with no support.

    Shame for Ljungberg, don’t feel like he was ever given the chance to succeed.
     
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  16. nick gould

    nick gould Well-Known Member

    I think a good manager can. Our defence is diabolical. But maybe it's not the defense, it's how they are set up. Maybe it's the midfield. But I saw Özil finding Pepe and the latter committing defenders. Martinel looks good. I can support that. I can work with that and I am not a good manager.
     
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  17. GoonerJay24

    GoonerJay24 Well-Known Member

    It comes down to good man management skills and the ability to influence players.
     
  18. MutableEarth

    MutableEarth Bloody awesome NSFW avatars Trusted

    ESR for Özil was a good sub though, as was Saka for Kola (not much he could do as Kola got hurt and there's no other LB).
     
  19. Joestlaachmkr

    Joestlaachmkr Active Member

    Please, mods. Can`t you change the title of this thread? i dont want us to copy ****ing United.
     
  20. Rimaal

    Rimaal Questionable Taste

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