Freddie Ljungberg has left Arsenal again.
He first returned to the club in a coaching capacity in 2016, before he left to become assistant manager at Wolfsburg.
The former Swedish international played for the club between 1998 and 2007m and was part of the Invincible side, winning two Premier League titles and three FA Cups during his time with the team.
Ljungberg returned to the Emirates again 2018 as manager of the under-23 side, and ahs ben credited with helping the development of players like Bukayo Sako, Joe Willock, and Eddie Nketiah.
A job swap with Steve Bould saw him become one of Unai Emery’s assistants, and, when the Spaniard was sacked in November, Ljungberg took temporary charge of the team for six matches, winning only one of them.
When Mikel Arteta was appointed, he decided to keep Ljungberg as part of his team, but his role became technical, and he observed games from the stands not sat in the dugout.
Now he has decided to pursue his coaching ambitions and has been linked with several roles back in Sweden.
Andy is an exiled English football fan living in Cyprus. He loves all sports but football is his abiding passion, and he still has dreams every now and then about scoring the winning goal in a Wembley Cup Final, even though his playing days are long gone. He follows most major leagues, across Europe at least, and has a favoured team in each. When he’s not watching, listening, reading or downloading podcasts about football, he spend his time worrying about his beloved Arsenal.