• Swede’s reign begins with 2-2 draw at Norwich
• Club has made worst start of Premier League era

Freddie Ljungberg believes Arsenal can reach the Premier League’s top four despite their worst start to a season in the modern era.

The interim coach oversaw a mixed performance in his managerial debut at Norwich, with Arsenal equalising twice before hanging on to see out a 2-2 draw. They are eighth in the table, seven points off the Champions League spots, and when goal difference is taken into account they have not fared this poorly after 14 games since the division’s rebrand in 1992.

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