"They have a bit of the picture that I expect from them".
New Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has officially named his new coaching team in north London, which includes the club's former interim boss Freddie Ljungberg. "I think he can be very valuable, he knows the players, he knows the situation, he knows the history and where we're coming from".
"We need them to help the players and transmit what we want to do".
He said on Reach PLC's Transfer Window Podcast: "I've heard, although can't confirm, that Arsenal have also made contact with Napoli through a third-party regarding Koulibaly". We are much more committed. In this quest, they have now set sights on a Manchester United starlet, who many believe is one of the best English talents in his age group.
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A month later, the Israeli army carried out a strike in Aqraba, killing two Hezbollah and one Iranian fighter. Israeli warplanes violate Lebanese airspace nearly daily, and use it for attacks against neighboring Syria .
Mesut Ozil was left out of the squad due to injury, though Ljungberg confirmed the ex-Germany worldwide would not have been selected anyway due to his reaction to being substituted during the loss to Manchester City.
"I wanted to know what he was feeling, I wanted to know what he had in mind, what his expectations were".
"It's a question for him [Freddie]", Arteta said in response to a question about Ljungberg's previous indication that he wouldn't have picked Ozil even if he had been fit. You're not going to be judged on what you done in the past, positive or negative. "I just wanted him to pick the best possible lineup for the game".
"It's a risk of course, it's a risk we have to go all in, we have to put all the chips on it".