Former Swedish national team player Freddie Ljungberg no longer plays in World Cup competitions, but that doesn't mean he can't still enjoy them -- or even pay a price for his interest.
Now that his days with the Swedish national team are over, Freddie Ljungberg has more time for watching soccer -- and he has seen his share of injuries that could turn the fortunes of some World Cup contenders.
Busy with the Sounders in preseason training, Freddie Ljungberg is still hopeful that the MLS CBA talks can be resolved.
When he's not keeping an eye on how former team Arsenal is doing, Freddie Ljungberg is busy with the Sounders in preseason training.
After an offseason of personal relaxation but uncertainty over whether or not he would return to MLS, Freddie Ljungberg is ready to get back to work.
The 2010 World Cup will see 32 teams slug it out for the trophy, but which teams have a genuine shot? Freddie Ljungberg separates the contenders from the pretenders.
It's been a great first-year run for the Sounders, but MLS needs to address the quality of its playing surfaces, writes Freddie Ljungberg.
Sweden's failure to qualify for the World Cup was a downer, but on the flip side, life in MLS couldn't be any better, writes Freddie Ljungberg.