Paul Scholes did not like what he saw.
"You would think that he would have taken a suit to show a bit of pride, that he took the job," said svadaen.
"For me it will be a good start: Shirt and tie, to radiate a little discipline."
the Comment is directed at Fredrik 'Freddie' Ljungberg, who on Sunday made his debut as Arsenal manager after taking over from the sacked Unai Emery.
And Paul Scholes' were not, therefore, glad that the swede on the sidelines was wearing a track suit from top to toe.
Which led him to the conclusion:
"I don't think he is the right man," said Paul Scholes in the studio with Premier League Productions, according to the Mirror.
For Freddie Ljungberg (yet?) no permanent manager in Arsenal. It was announced in connection with the dismissal of Unai Emery, the former assistant coach so far is 'temporary' in the job.
While it is on the modefronten was not something approved start for Freddie Ljungberg, was the lack of also not entirely perfect: on Sunday, it was 2-2 against oprykkerholdet Norwich.
At Sky Sports had Jamie Carragher not impressed by what he saw. On the playing field.
"it showed that It is not just about replacing the manager. The problems must still be solved, when the new manager comes," he said.
Arsenal is number eight in the Premier League.Updated Date: 03 December 2019, 06:00