Arsenal has fired its head coach, Unai Emery, following strings on a winless run that stretches back to 7 games across all competitions.
The Spaniard’s 18 months spell with the English giant was brought to an abrupt end after his 2-1 defeat to Frankfurt during the Europa League fixture on Thursday.
Freddie Ljungberg, the first-team coach, would now take charge of the team on an interim basis pending further announcement.
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The Gunners would return to their domestic league fixture where they are to clash with Norwich on Saturday, 30th November.