Arsenal: Jens Lehmann Sacked As Assistant Coach, Departs With Ever-So-Slightly Bitchy Statement

Chris Wright

19th, June 2018

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With Unai Emery gearing up for his maiden season in charge, Arsenal have rejigged their first team coaching staff and announced the various choppages and changes today.

The biggest news is that Steve Bould has been retained as assistant head coach (a job he will share with Juan Carlos Carcedo), while Jens Lehmann has been bumped as goalkeeping coach after just one year in the role.

After learning of his fate, the German, who made over 150 appearances for the Gunners between 2003 and 2008, broadcast the news via Twitter with a very slightly vinegary message…

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Oooooooh. Get you, bitch!

Best not tell Jens that fellow ’04 alumni Freddie Ljungberg has just been hired as head coach of the Arsenal Under-23 side, eh?

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