Arsenal have sacked head coach Unai Emery after the club's worst run of results since 1992, as the club’s former player, Freddie Ljungberg steps in as interim head coach.
Arsenal is without a win in their last seven matches following Thursday's 2-1 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League. The Gunners have won only four of their 13 Premier League games this season and are now eighth, eight points adrift of the Champions League places.
Emery was appointed head coach at Arsenal in 2018 on a two-year deal, succeeding Arsene Wenger after his 22 years in charge of the club. However, the Spaniard has been sacked after just 18 months in the role "due to results and performances not being at the level required", according to a club statement.
Former Arsenal winger and member of 'The Invincibles', Freddie Ljungberg, will take charge of the first team while the club searches for a permanent replacement for Emery.