Zlatan Ibrahimovic Background

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Creative and unpredictable striker
According to the magazine ‘Forbes’, Ibrahimovic is the world’s third highest paid player in the world. In 2007, Zlatan got to number 44 in the list of ’50 most hard players in history’, according to the newspaper ‘The Times’.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic was born in malmö, Sweden (Malmö, Sweden), 3 October 1981. His father is a Bosnian Muslim Sheik ibrahimović, who emigrated to Sweden in 1977, and her mother a Croatian Catholic Yurka Graphic of Albanian descent, also an emigrant.
After receiving a pair of football boots, ibrahimović began playing at age six, performing at local Junior clubs ‘Malmo’ and ‘Cormorant’. To 15 years Zlatan almost quit football for a job at the docks in malmö, but his Manager convinced him to continue his career. In his youth idol Ibrahimovic was the Brazilian footballer Ronaldo (Ronaldo).
After a successful start at the club ‘Malmo’ in the late 1990s, Zlatan signed a contract with the team ‘Ajax’, where 2 April 2001, first performed in its composition. In this club, the player has made a name for himself. Subsequently, Ibrahimovic made a deal with ‘Juventus’, and distinguished himself in Serie A — in strike partnership with David Trezeguet (David Trezeguet), the highest scoring foreigner in the history of the ‘Juventus’.
In 2006, Zlatan moved to the Italian ‘inter’ and was in Team of the year by UEFA in 2007 and 2009. He became the top scorer of the 2008-2009 season and won three scudetto in a row.
In the summer of 2009, Ibrahimovic for € 46 million was transferred to the Spanish ‘Barcelona’, before returning back to Serie a next season, joining the ‘Milan’. The deal with the club, ‘Milan’ made Zlatan’s one of the highest paid players in the world. He received another scudetto in the season 2010-2011.
In July 2012, Ibrahimovic joined the club ‘Paris Saint-Germain’, where the player was sold from ‘Milan’ because of problems with finances. Over four seasons in the club ‘Paris Saint-Germain’ Zlatan won four French championship (League 1) and was three times top scorer in League 1. In October 2015, he won first place in the list of top scorers ‘Paris St Germain’.
Ibrahimović is one of ten players who managed to play 100 or more matches in the Swedish national team. He became the top scorer in the history of the national team of Sweden with 62 scored goals. Zlatan represented Sweden at the world Cup in 2002 and 2006 and the European Championships in 2004, 2008 and 2012.
photo Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Having quite a short temper, Zlatan was involved in some unpleasant incidents, some of which have become viral on the Internet.
After the friendly match with the Netherlands in 2004, fellow Swede on the team ‘Ajax’, Rafael van der vart (Rafael van der Vaart), publicly accused ibrahimović that he deliberately injured him during the game. This Zlatan responded with a threat, promising Rafael to break both legs.
In another case Ibrahimovic in the locker room hit Mido (Mido), also a teammate after Mido launched his scissors.
photo Zlatan Ibrahimovic
In one of the exercises ‘Barcelona’ Zlatan clashed with coach Pepoy Guardiola (Pep Guardiola). The footballer threw a box of sporting equipment and coach showered with insults. PEP refused to talk with Zlatan and he gave him to rent ‘Milan’. In the future, Vice-President ‘of Barcelona’ has claimed that Ibrahimovic threatened to beat up Guardiola if he will not give it to ‘Milan’.
In 2010, Ibrahimovic came to blows during a training session with a friend at the club, ‘Milan’, Oguchi Onyewu (Oguchi Onyewu). Players ran into each other after striker Zlatan did Oguchi hard baits tackle with both feet. The fighters were separated. Ibrahimović suffered a broken rib.
In March 2011, Zlatan received a three-match suspension after hit in the stomach of the defender ‘Bari’, Marco Rossi (Marco Rossi). In February 2012, Ibrahimovic was suspended for three games — because of the slap caused the protector of the Neapolitans, Aronica Salvatore (Salvatore Aronica).
The magazine ‘ESPN’, describing the merits of Ibrahimovic, said that he ‘good in flight, tall, strong and agile’. It is also said that the Swedish player ‘plays well with his back to goal and boasts some of the best shots, the vision, the passes and control the ball’.
Despite the criticism of Zlatan’s performance in big matches, the Swedish striker managed to beat the strongest opponents and score goals in a number of major football events, including the Milan Derby in Italy, El Clásico in Spain, Le classic in France, and the UEFA Champions League and the European Championships.
Ibrahimovic is the only player to have scored goals in six different clubs in the UEFA Champions League. From the point of view of tactics, Zlatan is capable of playing anywhere along the front line, although most often used as a striker or a creative support striker’, which allows him to help teammates.
With powerful shots and volley inside the penalty area and beyond, and with both feet; the ability to take free kicks, agility, acrobatic stunts in the air, the power play, the skill and technique of Ibrahimovic is often compared to Dutch legend Marco van Basten (Marco van Basten).
Zlatan is married to Helena Seger (Helena Seger), actress and model, who bore him two sons: Maximilian, 22 September 2006; and Vincent, 6 March 2008.
Ibrahimovic is a fan of tattoos. His body has eleven tattoos, mostly pertaining to his personal life.
Nov 15, 2011 Zlatan presented his autobiography ‘I am Zlatan’ (‘Jag Är Zlatan’), written in collaboration with David Lagercrantz.
17 February 2016 the independent film company ‘Auto ‘ Images’ produced the sports documentary ‘Zlatan. Start’ (‘Becoming Zlatan’), telling of the formative years of the football clubs ‘Malmo’ and ‘Ajax’ break in ‘Juventus’ in 2005. the Film was shown at several festivals.
In the Swedish language in honour of Ibrahimovic, a new word is the verb ‘zlatanera’. The dictionaries provide the following definition: ‘to dominate on the field and beyond’, ‘to do something’.

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