Freddie Ljungberg has taken over from Unai Emery at Arsenal on a interim basis but what can the players expect from the 42-year-old?
Ljungberg starred for Arsenal from 1998 to 2007 and returned to the club last year as the under-23s boss before becoming Emery’s assistant this year.
The former Arsenal star has plenty of experience from his playing career even if his previous assistant role also ended swiftly at Wolfsburg when Andries Jonker and his team were sacked after six months.
But when it comes to his approach on how to deal with the Arsenal players while the Gunners search for a long-term successor for Emery, it’s safe to say that club legend Arsene Wenger has made a big impact on the Swede.
Ljungberg was in charge during Arsenal’s Checkatrade Trophy campaign last season and…