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Fredrik Ljungberg (Out)

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

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  1. Sammer

    Sammer New Member Elite

    He should shut up. It´s a sign of bad style or frustration.

    We wouldn´t all wish for "big names" if the "big name" Freddie Ljungberg had performed in the last 2 years.

    But I guess footballers Ego´s are so inflated, they just don´t realize that these comments are not appropriate right after a move.

    Glad he´s out.
     
  2. nidza7

    nidza7 New Member

    Abstinence on comments like this shows class.
     
  3. RocktheCasbah

    RocktheCasbah New Member Elite

    Think you should go back to your Cake mate...

    Freddie's been crap for a while now, he was lucky to still be here this season gone.

    I'm not gonna go on about it, I understand there are those of you out there saddened to see him go, farbeit for me to tread on anyone's sorrow at this move I guess in a way it is sad. But it's way past time for both him and the club.
     
  4. kym7224

    kym7224 New Member

    If Reyes goes 10M euro as mentioned we have about 15M pounds to spend without touch a penny on clubs money.

    Another good business by Arsène.
     
  5. siddharth

    siddharth New Member

    I believe that in this case , freddie was annoyed with the way he was forced out of the club and hence his comments.
     
  6. Sammer

    Sammer New Member Elite

    Freddie knows how the media works. To launch a comment like this is clearly aimed at Arsène.

    Pretty classless after the trust Arsène has put into Freddie last season. After the season 05/06 there wasn´t much reason left to start Freddie in any game and Arsène still did.

    It all ads a bitter taste to the good memories we have of him.
     
  7. otfgoon

    otfgoon New Member

    Would not surprise me, and I dont think its a pop, I think its him trying to save himself some dignity.

    Hard to say, I wasnt wanted/needed anymore.
     
  8. Big_Cake

    Big_Cake New Member

    Maybe, but wasn't the same said about Vieira, Parlour (to some extent), Wiltord, even Henry?
    We have (and may miss Henry) missed them all to some extent, in some cases a lot on and off the pitch.
    I wasn't adverse to selling Vieira at the time, but I realised my mistake. Who knows what Freddie was like of the pitch as well?
     
  9. Gurgen

    Gurgen New Member Elite

    Nothing too shocking really, but still.

    Asa, Wenger can't convince his players we're going to be competitive? Freddie is leaving Arsenal to be competitive at West Ham? :lol:
     
  10. awooga83

    awooga83 New Member Trusted

    :lol: Yeah i did mate, I was just making a joke about coats and Reyes love of the rain.
     
  11. the dawn raids

    the dawn raids New Member Trusted

    well he can be as bitter as he wants because any way you slice it it was, as others have said, way past time for him to move on. especially if his departure leads to another signing.
     
  12. nidza7

    nidza7 New Member

    qft

    lmao
     
  13. asajoseph

    asajoseph New Member Elite

    Freddie's been 'forced out'?

    Isn't this the same Freddie, who Arsène was praising in the press last week, saying he was 90% sure he'd be at the club next season? The same Freddie who was then shopped to pretty much anyone who'd pay for him by Arsène Wenger?

    I'm not surprised he's a little embarrassed, to be honest.
     
  14. Big_Cake

    Big_Cake New Member

    Yeh lol. You have my apologies :p
     
  15. maradona

    maradona New Member

    I'd like to wish Freddie all the very best at West Ham (apart from against Arsenal), he is a legend.
    We love you Freddie we do.........
     
  16. Big_Cake

    Big_Cake New Member

    Maybe there was little to gain from keeping him. But there was less to gain from selling him.
     
  17. the dawn raids

    the dawn raids New Member Trusted

    i dont think youll find too many people who think henry and vieira were crap; certainly not as crap as ljungberg has become.
     
  18. Christofaux

    Christofaux New Member

    the difference is like vieira and unlike henry he was forced to leave. He didnt want to leave the club, but to go to another london club would be best as he is suited here. As much as i hate to admit it but it was just too good business for Arsenal, getting 3 million for him and the 3.1 million in yearly salary (im not actually sure if its 60k a week for every week or only those which games are on)
     
  19. asajoseph

    asajoseph New Member Elite

    Heh, ok, fair play :D

    Still, I remain alarmed at the number of players criticising the club at the moment. We're going to have to produce one serious "Shut the **** up" performance this year, or Wenger's going to look a bit stupid.
     
  20. sabret00the

    sabret00the New Member Trusted

    That is shocking but all in all Wenger has to take responsibility hear. he needs to stop telling players what they wanna hear when getting them to sign and concentrate on telling them that we're building from the bottom up, be apart of it or walk.

    All in all, i feel bad because freddie's gone just before he's due a testy, but ultimately he was gash for a while now and hopefully we'll replace him with the type of quality he's moaning about us not having while he was here. a kick in the teeth it may be but i want to challenge this season.
     
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