December 25

What Ljungberg must do to land Arsenal job permanently

first_imgSpeaking a day before Emery was dismissed, Nuno said he would not be ‘disrespectful’ and comment on speculation linking him to north London.“You know me well enough and you know I’m not going to answer that,” he said.“I wouldn’t ever mention an issue which is not a reality, mainly as speaking about a job which has a manager would be disrespectful and I will not do so.“We are doing OK, there is a lot of room to improve, it requires a lot of work but this is what we have been doing since day one when we started in the Championship.“There are no distractions at all. I don’t talk about possibilities, I don’t talk about things which are not real, what is real is that we are here, we have to train and prepare ourselves.” 1 Check out all the live commentaries coming up across our network this week…Preston vs West Brom (Monday, 19:45) – talkSPORT 2Millwall vs Nottingham Forest (Friday, 19:45) – talkSPORT 2Everton vs Chelsea (Saturday, 12:30) – talkSPORTHuddersfield vs Leeds (Saturday, 12:30) – talkSPORT 2Tottenham vs Burnley (Saturday 15:00) – talkSPORT 2Manchester City vs Manchester United (Saturday, 17:30) – talkSPORTWest Brom vs Swansea (Sunday, 12:00) – talkSPORT 2 Freddie Ljungberg will be considered for the job at Arsenal That result extended Arsenal’s winless run to eight games as their defensive frailties were exposed yet again on Sunday with Paul Scholes giving a damming assessment on the performance of Shkodran Mustafi and David Luiz at Carrow Road.But according to the Evening Standard, Ljungberg has a genuine chance of becoming the permanent Arsenal boss if he can turn things around.After the match, the Swede refused to reveal whether he wants the Arsenal job on a full-time basis.Ljungberg told talkSPORT’s Ian Abrahams: “What I’m doing is helping the club I’ve been for 20 years with and that comes day by day.”Arsenal have been linked with several names, including Patrick Vieira, Mikel Arteta and most recently Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo.center_img getty Freddie Ljungberg is a genuine contender to land the Arsenal job and will be offered the role if he can have a significant impact and return the side to winning ways.The Gunners legend was placed in interim charge following Friday’s sacking of Unai Emery and his first match in charge was a 2-2 draw away to Norwich. LIVE on talkSPORTlast_img read more