Freddie Ljungberg is set to be appointed as caretaker, starting with Sunday’s trip to Norwich as Arsenal are expected to relieve Unai Emery of his duties shortly after Emery’shis 18 month reign hit a nadir on Thursday night with a 2-1 home defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt in front of one of the lowest crowds in the history of the Emirates Stadium.
The Gunners are enduring their worst run of form since 1992 and are winless in seven games. The patience of the Arsenal hierarchy has vanished. Fans are united in their demand for him to go. Players are bemused by his tactics.
An announcement from the Emirates Stadium could well come today and you can join our senior reporter James Benge for reaction to the Frankfurt defeat and a discussion over what comes next.
What’s Freddie like?
Covered Arsenal’s U23s a bit last season and was able to speak to Freddie Ljungberg a few times.
Here’s a piece on how he came across, his principles and his relationship with the players https://t.co/htWhAkthKD
— Art de Roché (@ArtdeRoche) November 29, 2019