Ljungberg high chance of landing job

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Moreover, the Londoners have a stable of exciting young players and they have spoken glowingly to club chiefs about the impact the Swede had on their development.

Norwich are in the bottom three, but did pull off an incredible 3-2 win over Manchester City earlier this season and Arsenal need to make sure that they do not become another scalp for Farke's team.

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Arsenal legend and Nice coach Vieira has also been mentioned as an option and Dixon believes the former club captain would be the ideal appointment for the Gunners. "It's an honour the club thinks I'm ready to take this big responsibility but there is no indication of how long or short, I'm just taking it game by game".

"It's a very complicated job, I realise that", he said. "The players have definitely disappointed Emery".

He said: "For me, happy footballers play the best football. often the players we have enjoy playing offensive football which makes them happy".

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Whoever occupies the vacancy should not expect that the club's ambitions for the season will be more contiguous due to their hard start, as Kroenke - the son of Stan club owner - still feels they can achieve their goals.

We've seen it during his time as the assistant manager, but Ljungberg is a very lively character on the sidelines and loves to get into it with the officials.

The Englishman charged against the management, but also against the players: "You see awful things in defenders and midfielders".

Fifty-six days have passed since Arsenal's last win in the Premier League (against Eddie Howe's Bournemouth at the start of October) and, in terms of performance, surely anything will be an improvement on Thursday's abject defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt, Emery's final game in charge.

"If you play good football and get results then there´s nothing better than that to raise spirits".