Freddie Ljungberg fires back at Paul Scholes after criticizing his dress code
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Freddie Ljungberg fires back at Paul Scholes after criticizing his dress code

After Paul Scholes slammed Freddie Ljungberg for his dress code, the Arsenal boss has hit back at the Manchester United legend.

Ljungberg took to the dugout for the first time as Arsenal boss at Carrow Road and registered a 2-2 draw against Norwich City.

Scholes hit out at Ljungberg for his choice of attire, "You would think he'd be out in a suit to show a bit of proudness that he took the job. To me, that's a great start - shirt and tie to show some discipline."

Ljungberg fired back at Scholes, noting that he is responsible for his own dress code, "I've seen coaches with a tracksuit, suit, and sweater and I'll decide on matchday what I will wear.

"I haven't been fitted for a club suit but you will know what I wear. That's extremely important. It happened so quickly that the suit was at the dry cleaners and I couldn't get it ready."

Arsenal take on Brighton and Hove Albion on Thursday at the Emirates Stadium in an 11:15 PM kick-off.