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Fredrik Ljungberg (Out)

Discussion in 'Transfer Rumours' started by Olofski, Feb 7, 2004.

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  1. Christofaux

    Christofaux New Member

    i think... im going.... to cry.

    I hope osmoene stands out to me this season (not necessarily in skill), my favourite players were cole and freddie...

    Out of all players i just cant see someone as loyal yet as fun as freddy.

    maybe senderos, but he doesnt get enough first team chances at the moment.
     
  2. Arsenal_FAN1983

    Arsenal_FAN1983 New Member

    Just like to say goodluck to Ljungberg really. He is an Arsenal legend, no doubt about that.
     
  3. polaris sc

    polaris sc New Member

    Royston Drenthe -i think would be an great replacement for freddie?
     
  4. Big_Cake

    Big_Cake New Member

    Why would you possibly think that?
     
  5. Big_Cake

    Big_Cake New Member

  6. Sammer

    Sammer New Member Elite

    I am actually quite happy - this is good news.

    Thanks for the fantastic years Freddie, but it´s definately time for him to move on. Would have preferred to see him move to Spain or Italy.
     
  7. asajoseph

    asajoseph New Member Elite

    I was... um.... being.... um... sarcastic... ;)
     
  8. qs

    qs New Member Elite

    :|

    Seriously, **** off.
     
  9. RammiXP

    RammiXP Active Member

    It really is a new era at arsenal, lets hope we can prosper this season in some form or another. We really do need another player though if freddie leaves.

    i have a feeling Modric is coming now, dunno why it just seems to make sense. i guess time will tell.
     
  10. asajoseph

    asajoseph New Member Elite

    It'll only become good news if Wenger replaces him.

    I know he's been awful for a few years, but if we don't replace him, I'd rather have him with us.
     
  11. marco

    marco New Member Trusted

    in our history how many players have we ever bought from west ham???

    it never ever happens..
    the traffic only goes one way
     
  12. marco

    marco New Member Trusted

    Thanks fred for all the memories.


    You are an absolute legend and worthy to have worn the number 8 shirt.
    never forget your performances vs mancs + Sp**s in particular and all the big games (i.e cup finals)when you really took centre stage.

    100% every time (which cant be said for all his teammates) never shied from a tackle + for that he will always be remembered .

    thanks for the memories and gutted cant sing the song anymore.

    legend
     
  13. Big_Cake

    Big_Cake New Member

    As asajoseph said :)() Modric is a typical Wenger signing for the wing, cuts inside and shoots, is a play maker etc. Because we don't cross the ball that often I see no reason why we should have a conventional winger like Downing for example, it would be pointless.
    However a pacy Overmars style replacement woulb be nice. Robben would be terrific, he would really prosper at Arsenal I believe. However it will never happen - Chelsea wouldn't sell too us/too expensive
     
  14. Sammer

    Sammer New Member Elite

    Too bad this happened so late. Indeed the choice of wingers is quite limited at this point.

    I still can´t get over the fact that Bayern managed to sign Ribéry. I know this has been discussed from all angles, but he would have been THE perfect replacement.

    Just watching Ribéry taking Werder Bremen apart the other day was painful.

    I reckon that we have another player coming in now, as the elimination of Freddies wage bill must open up new opportunities. But you never know.
     
  15. Big_Cake

    Big_Cake New Member

    Reyes anyone?

    *gets coat*
     
  16. Rohit

    Rohit New Member Elite

    It really doesn't matter now if it is a genuine winger or a CM converted to a winger or a forward converted to a winger, till he has the knack of getting into the box and scoring even if he doesn't give us width.

    We need numbers, Walcott, Hleb and Rosicky only for the wings with Diaby, Denilson and Flamini as back up just in case doesn't really fill anyone with confidence.
     
  17. bojed

    bojed AM Resident Joker #1 Trusted

    thanks for the beautiful memories freddie.

    gutted that you can't have a testimonial match. hope you'll find a better path with the hammers.

    this would mean either Arsène will hunt for a winger or he thinks walcott is ready to play as hleb's deputy.
     
  18. True Gooner

    True Gooner New Member Elite

    No!
    I mean I wasnt Freddies biggest fan or anything off late but losing Ljungberg is like cutting the last link.
    Ill miss him - thanks for the memories Fred and have a good career.
    btw - has this been confirmed by Arsenal.com?
     
  19. Clrnc

    Clrnc Well-Known Member Trusted

    randall is a CM who is slow and cant really be effective on the wings. but he can be turned into an emergency one, but even if there is an injury crisis diaby and denilson would be first choice converters which i hate it.

    Di Maria is too young and raw to be a reliable 4th choice. he can be a super sub or someone that learn well in the first season, but hard to be 4th choice. other than hleb and rosicky, walcott and maybe eboue is the only other establish options. we are seriously short in that department and Arsène choose to leave it late for it.

    Modric is coming in Jan so now there must be at least one more coming to cover.

    Gouffran + Di Maria would be enough
     
  20. Legend#1

    Legend#1 New Member Trusted

    I remember a quote about Wenger wanting to bring Modric in now, but doesn't want to upset squad members.

    Maybe he'll bring him in now? He'll be cup tied, but I don't think that'll stop Arséne.
     
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