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Coach hire: What exactly do Arsenal want to be?

Morning all. Hope you're well. Ahead of tomorrow's game against Man City at the Emirates, Freddie Ljungberg says he's still in the dark about what lies ahead, but his comments about how he's not been able to bring in coaching staff of his own suggest quite strongly that his is to be a quite temporary reign as head coach. Speaking yesterday, he said of suggestions he could do the job until May and potentially bring in his own staff: I haven’t got any indication of if I’m here or not. The club have said I have to wait until they make a decision, so I can’t do anything at the moment. I have Per, but at the same time he is academy manager. He is helping me with the coaching. If you look...
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