In Freddie Ljungberg’s second match in-charge of Arsenal, the Gunners fell to a disappointing 1-2 loss against Brighton and Hove Albion at the Emirates Stadium. Despite the exit of Unai Emery from the Arsenal backroom, the Arsenal team still looked to be shaky throughout the 90 minutes in front of the home fans. This led to speculation within the Arsenal fanbase and people were wondering if Freddie Ljungberg is the right man to lead Arsenal at such a crucial point in the Premier League season.
Thierry Henry took showboating on the next level. One of the greatest the world has ever seen pic.twitter.com/BEmtPGjzi8— Aubazettes (@Aubazettes) December 4, 2019
Former Arsenal legend - Thierry Henry - leaped to the defence of his ex-teammate Freddie Ljungberg as he urged Arsenal supporters to give some time to the new Gunners coach. While appearing on Amazon Prime as an analyst, Thierry Henry added that it's very difficult to change things in a short time. Thierry Henry was recently appointed as coach of MLS side - Montreal Impact.
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Thierry Henry: “You can see how mature Divock Origi is now. He mentioned team, group and youngsters. That’s where their mindsets are at the moment and that’s frightening because when a team thinks like that, you’re in trouble.” 🔥— Anfield Watch (@AnfieldWatch) December 4, 2019