[Ca Nhạc] Freddie Ljungberg and Duncan Ferguson talked


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[h=1][FONT=&quot]Freddie Ljungberg and Duncan Ferguson talked[/FONT][/h][FONT=&quot]There is really no rush for Arsenal or Everton to relieve Freddie Ljungberg or Duncan Ferguson of their temporary status. Stephen Tudor explains why- According lớn the [/FONT][FONT=&quot]soccer tip sites[/FONT][FONT=&quot] page![/FONT]

[FONT=&quot]They may have contrasted greatly as players but right now Freddie Ljungberg and Duncan Ferguson would find a lot of common ground should they strike up a chat.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Both men have donned managerial garb for the first time in recent weeks having been entrusted to hold the fort following the departure of permanent appointments who failed to meet expectations.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Both are highly regarded legends at their respective clubs and without doubt this brings an additional task lớn their temporary role in [/FONT][FONT=&quot]soccer tips of the day[/FONT][FONT=&quot] and reconnecting the fans to sides they had begun lớn lose faith in. Lastly, both are not expected to be in charge for very long.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]"I have been told lớn work on a game-by-game basis," the Swede revealed after guiding Arsenal to their first win in nine games at the London Stadium on Monday evening.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]"Of course it is a dream of mine lớn be the Everton manager but let's be realistic," Ferguson said prior to last weekend's restorative 3-1 win for the Toffees.[/FONT]

[FONT=&quot]If that sounds fairly conclusive that their fates lie in imminently taking a back seat to a more seasoned appointment then it really shouldn't. Presently the two newbies are among the favourites to have their job statuses upgraded with Ljungberg 5/1 to be installed into the Gunners hot-seat full-time and Ferguson marginally wider at 10/1 and the reasons for this go far beyond the feel-good factor they have each introduced.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]It's the thankless job of being a caretaker boss that is putting them most in the frame; a job that often - sometimes surprisingly so - makes dreams come true.[/FONT]
[h=2][FONT=&quot]Clubs frequently stick instead of twisting[/FONT][/h][FONT=&quot]In the past decade across the Premier League 34 interim managers have been thrust into the limelight, many reluctantly at very short notice having been cherry-picked from the backroom staff. Of that number eight have eventually been given the job on a permanent basis.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]If 23.5% seems like a lowish figure to offer much encouragement to those who want to see Ljungberg and/or Ferguson at the helm long-term we shouldn't overlook the heroic figures among them who stepped into the breach for just a single game while the next incumbent freed himself of obligations elsewhere.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Over a third of the caretaker appointments since 2009/10 have taken charge for just 90 minutes and frankly in many instances they could have orchestrated a 10-0 win and still not been handed the keys lớn the manager's office. They were assigned only to picking the team, doing the post-match interviews, then stepping aside and that's probably just how they liked it.[/FONT]
[h=2][FONT=&quot]R-E-S-P-E-C-T[/FONT][/h][FONT=&quot]There are numerous examples in recent years, however, of temporary appointments making an immediate difference then exceeding expectations until the board in question had little choice but lớn acknowledge their perfect candidate was right under their nose.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]While this bodes well for Ljungberg and Ferguson the enormous caveat is that in the long-term these pairings have routinely gone awry and perhaps too there is a suggestion that how they are currently perceived will never change.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Take Darren Moore at West Brom as a case in point. With the Baggies doomed lớn the drop, the youth coach became the club's fourth gaffer at the tail-end of 2017/18 and instantly results boinged for the better with just one loss from their final six games.[/FONT]