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What will Freddie bring to the role? – Exclusive interview with Jeorge Bird for GT

Exclusive interview with Arsenal Academy expert on Freddie Ljungberg  Well it’s happened Unai Emery has finally been sacked by Arsenal, after a run of 7 games without a win , in form only rivalled by the poor time of the 90s. Josh Kroenke is quoted in the club statement saying it’s down to results not […]

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Will Tottenham’s Decisiveness Save Arsenal? – Could Freddie possibly do any worse?

Will Spurs save Arsenal?’ Positives, Needs and Hopes  Sometimes other people’s boldness nudges others to action. If our board’s reason for not already firing Unai Emery is that they don’t want to be labelled by others in the game as impatient, then maybe they will be prompted by an unlikely source. There are different reasons […]

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The Cannon too heavy for Unai – Freddie now and move heaven and earth to get Nagelsmann in June

Heavy Metal and Narrow Shoulders  You need big shoulders to manage The Arsenal. The Cannon is heavy.  And it appears to be too heavy for Unai?   Football Management is based on four main principles: Tactics Man Management Decision Making Results  And frankly Unai is failing at all of these.   Tactics – Emery tinkered […]

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Does Emery need Mr, Tony Adams, Arsenal at Colney?

The season isn’t even at a midway point yet and fans are starting to question many issues from player selection, the manager or the promises that Josh Kroenke has spoken about over the summer. With this in mind I think it’s time for something a little light-hearted and more of a what if? Taking away […]

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All eyes on the Arsenal Board – Is it Enrique coming to Inglaterra?

‘All eyes on the Arsenal board’ My writings have been lengthy recently. This is because there has been so much to say. This will be shorter.   It is shorter because life is simple at Arsenal right now. It is simple because it all pivots on two decisions. I’m not sure that Auba’s form, Ozil’s […]

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Has MIkel Arteta the credentials to be Arsenal Manager?

Mikel Arteta, the next Arsenal manager On 12th of September last year Mikel Arteta told SER Catalunya: “I was about to leave [for Arsenal], but I stopped myself. The first [time] was different, the second [Newcastle] was mostly me.   “Firstly, that I am not in a hurry and I have not felt that I […]

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Stripping Xhaka as captain: The final nail in the Emery Coffin

The gripes that many of the Arsenal fans had at the beginning of Emery’s tenure were often assuaged by assurances that the board were quietly and efficiently putting together a structure that looked beyond the current incumbent. The promotion of Freddie Ljunberg to assistant coach, the introduction of Edu as Director of Football and Per […]

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Freddie Ljungberg’s Impact, Leipzig Links and who will make it? – An look at the Arsenal Academy with Jeorge Bird

1) Thanks for joining us Jeorge, we have seen many talents such as Bukayo Saka, Zech Medley and Emile Smith Rowe been given first team appearances this season, who do you think is next to card Unai Emery’s eye? I think that Xavier Amaechi could be next. He’s done very well for the U23s and […]

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Invincible Flame-haired Punk: Highbury Hero Freddie Ljungberg

I’m setting the dial on the time machine to take us back to 1998, when a young 21 year old punk haired Swede announced his arrival in North London by coming off the bench at Highbury and within five minutes he cheekily lobbed the ball over Peter Schmeichel to score his first goal for The […]

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Wenger’s Current Arsenal has lost it’s pace – We feel the need for the return of Speed

Athleticism -And The Need for Speed I always say when you watch football we all watch from our own personal structures or values. What do you mean Clive?….. I hear you cry… In my opinion we are all formed in a football way by our own individual exposure to the game, our memories of our […]

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