Arsenal legend and youth Coach Freddie Ljungberg has explained the technicalities he learnt from former manager Arsene Wenger which has kept him going.
According to Ljungberg, he has been in charge of the dressing room and has brought calm because of what he learnt from the French boss.
The head coach of the Arsenal U-23 team saw his side suffer a 6-2 defeat against League two side Cheltenham Town in the Checkatrade Trophy on Tuesday night.
He noted that despite the bad loss, he has been able to raise the morale of the players adding that they no longer feel down because of what he told them in the dressing room.
Ljungberg explained that he has got some players to correct for mistakes but that he said would be done with a level of wisdom to ensure that they do not feel down.
Also, he stated he learnt from his former boss to always watch the videos of the games before coming to correct the players as he will be more guided in doing so.
Ljungberg, therefore, maintained that he still has a youth team who are currently undergoing the learning process will take a little time before they are able to get it right.