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Freddie Ljungberg

Freddie Ljungberg

Swedish footballer

Karl Fredrik "Freddie" Ljungberg (Swedish pronunciation: born 16 April 1977) is a Swedish former professional footballer and manager who played as a winger. He was most recently a former assistant coach, and interim head coach of Arsenal.

He began his career at Halmstad and went on to spend most of his career at Arsenal, where he won honours including two Premier League titles and three FA Cups, scoring in two finals including the victory in 2002. After leaving Arsenal in 2007, he had short spells at a number of clubs in England, Scotland, the United States, Japan and India. An international for a full decade, Ljungberg earned 75 caps and represented Sweden national team at UEFA Euro 2000, 2004 and 2008, as well as at the 2002 and 2006 FIFA World Cups. He was captain of Sweden from 2006 until he announced his international retirement after UEFA Euro 2008.

Ljungberg was a model for Calvin Klein underwear until 2007. He previously represented brands such as Nike, Procter & Gamble, L'Oréal, Puma, Beats, ESPN and Pepsi.

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April 16, 1977
Freddie Ljungberg was born in Vittsjö.

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https://www.facebook.com/CharlesWattsGoal/
December 12, 2019
news.google.com
The France forward was benched against West Ham on Monday, meaning he will be determined to impress in Thursday's Europa League game in Belgium
Barnaby Lane
December 10, 2019
Business Insider
"I'm so pleased for him," said Arsenal boss Freddie Ljungberg after the Ivorian helped hand the Gunners its first win in 10 games.
https://www.facebook.com/CharlesWattsGoal/
December 8, 2019
news.google.com
The Gunners boss wants to see his experienced players rise to the occasion against West Ham on Monday night
https://www.facebook.com/CharlesWattsGoal/
December 5, 2019
news.google.com
The Gunners have now gone nine games without a win after losing 2-1 to Brighton at Emirates Stadium
December 1, 2019
news.google.com
The Ivorian wasn't called upon during the draw at Carrow Road, with his new coach revealing his efforts off the pitch haven't been impressive enough
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