It Transpired That Freddie Ljungberg Was Suffering From Blood Poisoning Caused By His

Freddie Ljungberg
Freddie Ljungberg
Freddie Ljungberg
Freddie Ljungberg
Freddie Ljungberg
Freddie Ljungberg


In 1995, Ljungberg played 31 games in which he scored his first goal as a professional player. That same year Halmstad won the Swedish Cup. He won both the Swedish Cup and League title with the club. Ljungberg was signed by Arsenal in 1998 for £3 million, which at the time was the highest transfer fee for a Swedish player. Ljungberg ended the 2001/2002 season scoring 17 goals in all competitions. For several seasons he played a major role for the club including being a member of the unbeaten 49 game run for Arsenal. It transpired that he was suffering from blood poisoning caused by his large tattoos.