Freddie Ljungberg in talks with Malmo ahead of Mikel Arteta’s return to Arsenal / Metro Sport ReporterFriday 20 Dec 2019 2:08 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link437Shares Ljungberg, according to reports, was set to be offered the chance to remain as part of Arteta’s staff, but he is known to harbour ambitions to be a No.1 in his own right. Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Top articles Read More Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Full Screen Advertisement Malmo parted company with former Wigan and Leeds manager Uwe Rossler last week and according to Sportal.se they view Ljungberg as the ideal candidate.Ljungberg had been credited with playing a key role in the development of an emerging group of youngsters at Arsenal having coached the likes of Bukayo Saka and Joe Willock during his time in charge of the Under-23s and Arsenal legend Ian Wright believes it’s vital his old club find a way of keeping Ljungberg on.He said: ‘Absolutely [he should be kept on]. We have to protect Freddie at all costs. He wasn’t there trying to suck up to get the job. He knows the club. You can’t buy him.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘Nobody knows the young players better than Freddie. I’m sure Mikel will come in and be delighted Freddie is still there.‘What you want is that kind of continuity, especially for the young guys. You can see how much they loved him when things were going right. ‘We need that guy in there. He’s an invincible as well. He’s one of our greats. We have to back Freddie at all costs.’Should Arteta keep Ljungberg as part of his coaching staff?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsMORE: Mikel Arteta joked about Arsenal defence while Manchester City coach and highlighted huge weaknessMORE: Arsene Wenger questions Arsenal board as he compares his former club to Liverpool Read More by Metro 1 min. story Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Skip Read More Read More 1/1 Freddie Ljungberg has been in charge of the Arsenal first team on an interim basis since Unai Emery’s sacking (Picture: Getty)Freddie Ljungberg has been in talks with Malmo about becoming the Swedish club’s first team coach.The 42-year-old has won just one of his five matches in charge of an increasingly rudderless Arsenal side following the sacking of Unai Emery last month.Ljungberg voiced his discontent at having to make do with a skeleton coaching staff following last weekend’s 3-0 drubbing against Manchester City and urged the club’s board to make a quick decision over Emery’s permanent replacement.Mikel Arteta has been confirmed as Emery’s successor with former Everton and Manchester United No.2 Steve Round and Brentford goalkeeping coach Inaki Cava Pavon set to join as part of the former Arsenal captain’s backroom team.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT PLAY Read More About Connatix V67539 Comment Skip Ad Video Settings Coming Next SPONSORED Advertisement
For all the Latest Sports News News, Fifa World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: American superstar Justin Timberlake has announced that he will be screening the England vs Croatia FIFA World Cup semifinal at his London concert.The “Suit and Tie” hitmaker’s concert by Justin Timberlake at London’s O2 Arena is scheduled only a couple of hours after the match.The American singer-songwriter took to his Twitter and Instagram accounts and shared his plans, saying the arena will open the doors hours before the concert so that his fans will able to watch the match. “We did a crazy show on Monday got another one coming up on Wednesday. There’s also another very important thing happening on Wednesday,” the 37-year-old said in the video. “So here’s what we’re going to do. I spoke to the O2 and for the first time ever doors will open at 6:30pm and we’re going to play this England vs Croatia match up on my big screens so come here and we’ll watch it together. We’re going to watch this together, and you know what? It’s coming home,” Timberlake added.England’s football team has only won the World Cup once, back in 1966. A win in today’s match against Croatia will send them into the final of FIFA World Cup 2018.
Ghana picked up a positive result in the first leg of the final round of qualifying for the 2014 African Women’s Championship after beating Ethiopia 2-0 in Addis Ababa on Sunday.The Black Queens now need to avoid defeat in the return clash at home in a fortnight to reach the finals of the tournament to be staged by Namibia in October of this year.Seven winners after the return leg which will take place on the weekend of 6-8 June will join hosts Namibia for the final tournament from 11-24 October.Coach Yussif Basigi will be pushing to return Ghana to Africa’s flagship women’s football tournament after missing out of the tournament for the first time in 2012 since the inception of the biennial championship in 1998.
JOHNSTON — Eviction and foreclosure proceedings may resume in Iowa on Thursday. Governor Kim Reynolds declared a moratorium in mid-March, to prevent people from becoming homeless during the first of part the pandemic.Reynolds says the Iowa Finance Authority is planning to help some of the Iowans who will now face the loss of their home or apartment. “The program applies to residential evictions and foreclosures and will be available to eligible Iowans who’ve experienced a documented loss of income due to COVID-19 and are unable to pay their rent or mortgage payment,” Reynolds says.The governor plans to use some of the pandemic relief money the state got from the federal government for this program. Eligibility details will be released Thursday. “We anticipate it being ready for Iowans on Friday,” Reynolds says.The American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa says many Iowans still need time to pull together enough money to pay back rent that will be due and the governor’s decision to end the moratorium Thursday is a disappointment.