Gunners mark first victory in ten games; after Emery’s and Ljunberg’s second.
After a total signing of 152 million pounds soccer players this summer, the London gunners still battle really hard to make a 3 point dime from a game. Unai Emery, the former manager, worked on to find a space through to the knockout stages of the UEFA Europa League for the team. Arsenal’s start of the English premier league season was quiet impressive but quenched of in early time.
After seven consecutive games of no win in all competitions, the club did not hesitate to sack Unai Emery, there came in their current temporal manager, Freddie Ljungberg, who is also a club legend for Arsenal.
Ljungberg’s first managerial game for Arsenal ended a 2:2 draw at Carrow Road when they played against Norwich city on premier league match day 14.
Following that, they suffered a 2:1 home defeat at their own backyard, Emirates Stadium on premier league match day 15 vrs Brighton & Hove Albion.
Critics and confusions were within the minds of their supporters as even their most idol of the team, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, hinted on not to sign a new contract for the team as its end approaches.
Here comes their first victory in ten consecutive games, a 3:1 victory over West Ham United in the premier league at match day 16 that marked a Monday night football of London derby.
They are with 22 points on the 9th position of the English premier league table, 24 points behind the table leaders, Liverpool.
The pursuit of Ljungberg continues on 12th December, the last group stage game in the Europa League games for 2019/20 season versus Standard Liege at Liege stadium in Belgium.
Arsenal’s journey to glory, Ljungberg’s story.