If there was any hope, it is now fully extinguished...
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It wasn't Malmö that commissioned the statue. It was the Swedish FA. Malmö city was then gifted the statue and it was decided that it was to be placed outside of the stadium. Just as a quick fact check on the article.Vandals have sawn off a statue of Zlatan Ibrahimovic outside Malmo’s stadium.
The 38-year-old, whose career started at Malmo, was immortalised in bronze by his former club in October.
But Ibrahimovic angered fans when he became co-owner of Swedish rivals Hammarby a month later.
Vandals have sawn off a statue of Zlatan Ibrahimovic outside Malmo’s stadium. The 38-year-old, whose career started at Malmo, was immortalised in bronze by his former club in October. But Ibrahimov…talksport.com
He didn't actually "buy" the stakes. Hammarby are part owned by the owners of LA Galaxy. And it was easier to gift him shares in Hammarby than to pay the actual sum to cancel his contract.Wonder why he thought becoming a co-owner of Hammarby was a good idea. What is the point?
The guys about 6f 5" and is in impeccable condition. Short distance sprints should be of no difficulty to him, especially early during a match.
I bet his distance stats were not on the map.
I don't care how old he is, bring him in!!
Surely we could beat this?
ZLATAN IBRAHMIMOVIC is set to sign a new double-your-money £104,000-a-week contract at AC Milan, according to reports.
ZLATAN IBRAHMIMOVIC is set to sign a new double-your-money £104,000-a-week contract at AC Milan, according to reports. And the new deal could see him playing until he is FORTY. The Swedish star, 38…www.thesun.co.uk
He's a great footballer but also a bit of an oddball and I don't think he would return to the Premiership to play for another side after his stint with Man Utd.I don't care about his age, he's an absolute legend, I'd take him for a year, the old cliché about a player's attitude being a great benefit to a squad is trotted out far too often but in this case I think it would be true.
I don't think Mourinho would be against it either.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been linked with a move to Leeds United, but Andrea Radrizzani failed with his attempts to sign the 38-year-old in the January transfer windowwww.leeds-live.co.uk