Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a bit like marmite; you either love him or hate him. Throughout his career, which has included many of Europe's finest clubs, he has constantly divided opinion as to whether he is a truly great player. At times he can do the unbelievable and you wonder how anyone can question his ability, whilst other moments show a petulant, self-absorbed player who seems reluctant to work hard and quick to criticise teammates. Where do you stand regarding the Swedish international?
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Real Madrid continue to be linked to former Milan and Chelsea coach Carlo Ancelotti, but Rafa Benitez’ name has also begun to spring up as a possible number two. On the pitch Real managed to beat Malaga 6-2, with 8 different players getting onto the score-sheet. Elsewhere Champions Barcelona beat Real Valladolid and Valencia beat Getafe.
When players join a new club, every player likes to make a
With David Beckham's imminent retirement, it is time to celebrate the wonderful art of the direct free-kick. There is not one football viewer who hasn't attempted to replicate one of Beckham's curlers into the top corner, but footballers themselves have their own individual techniques. Here's a selection of the most eye-catching efforts.
As we draw near to the summer transfer window, media speculation surrounds players and coaches, here are some of the names mentioned that have moved or could be moving.
The footballing world is filled with different philosophies on how a player can span out his career, I thought I would have a look at two furthest ends of the spectrum.
We all love a good comical own goal, unless the guilty party is from our own team, and even then we can laugh about it eventually. Frank Sinclair once scored two own-goals in consecutive weekends, and Richard Dunne too is a prolific scorer, with nine in his own net. Here’s a collection of some of the best worldwide howlers.
It is sometimes easy to forget how long Ibrahimovic has been around, with this goal dating back to August 2004. Whilst many of his peers were still in academies, Ibrahimovic had already played in a World Cup and European Championships for Sweden, and in this match was playing for Ajax against NAC Breda in a Dutch league game.
It is the talk of the town around Paris as we draw near to the transfer window. Who will move and who will stay.
How about those Argentinian eh?
Juventus as we know them are the power-houses of Italian football but they seem to be lacking the firepower of strikers.
When it was confirmed earlier this week that Zlatan Ibrahimovic's two game Champions League ban will be reduced to one, fans of the powerful Swede were understandably ecstatic.
With most European teams having already played 4 group games, this weekend's fixture represent a critical stage in the World Cup Qualification process. We now look at which of Friday's fixtures are likely to be crucial in determining which countries will be on the plane to Brazil next summer.
Lionel Messi, Zlatan Ibrahimoivc, Radamel Falcao, Cristiano Ronaldo and......Glenn Murray?!
He couldn't stay quiet for long.