By Adrian Kajumba For The Daily Mail
Published: 18:22 GMT, 1 December 2019 | Updated: 19:50 GMT, 1 December 2019
Freddie Ljungberg insists Arsenal can recover from their worst start to a league campaign since 1975 to make the top four.
Following the dismissal of Unai Emery on Friday, interim manager Ljungberg had little time to rectify Arsenal's myriad of problems and saw them punished for familiar defensive failings, highlighting their vulnerability on the counter as 'the problem I think everybody can see' but insisting it is 'easy' for a coach to resolve.
Freddie Ljungberg insists Arsenal can recover from their terrible start to make the top four
A sixth successive league game without a win though, left Arsenal in eighth, seven points off the top four, the same gap between the north Londoners and the bottom three.
Ljungberg said: '100 per cent [Arsenal can still make the top four]. Teams drop points here and there, they drop points, we drop points, Spurs, it's a bit of a