Freddie Ljungberg is controlling his first game as Arsenal manager against Norwich City. As the Gunners travel to Norwich on Sunday afternoon for the match.
Ljungberg has been the caretaker manager since on Friday. Following the sacking of Unai Emery after a bad start to the season. Arsenal is at its worst form this Premier League season than its 27years of endurance.
However, Gunners only have 18 points from 13 league games with 18 goals. That has brought the team to 8th position on the league table. This is clearly a bad performance, as they have seven winless games.
Subsequently, Ljungberg is on the mission to restore the identity of the Emirates. He will bring positivity and motivation to revive the fans supports by playing well this weekend.
Being his first match as the official manager of the club, he will play with full force. He must win Norwich City to retain the supporters desperate for a change of fortune.
Furthermore, options of managers for Arsenal includes former Tottenham boss Pochettino, Italian coach Allegri. Also, Manchester City assistant coach, Mikel Arteta, Current Ajax manager, Erik ten Hag. And the Wolves manager, Espirito Santo.
Ljungberg controlling his first game as Arsenal manager
With the situation where Ljungberg is already serving as a caretaker for the club, the management may retain him. After he must have confused everyone.
Anyway, Norwich are currently struggling at the bad end of the table – third from the bottom. While the Gunners are in eighth. They have only won two out of their 11 fixtures in the premier league this season.
However, their last five league matches is a loss also. So, the interim manager intends to bring Arsenal back to their usual winning form.
Winning against Norwich tomorrow is a good start for both the caretaker and the club. Even for the supporter’s happiness, the team must get their winning point.
Emery concentrating on Norwich game despite pressures. This was before Unai Emery’s dismissal and replacing him with Ljungberg. He is now taking charge of the Norwich game.