Then give the B. T. Sports columnist, Morten Bruun, its bid on, who's doing it well, and who should pull themselves together.
In this 'Malmo-from the' special ' is that pat on the back to an attacker, who played his last home game with great style in front of the club's passionate fans.
And then there's the rest to another Malmö FF-legend, which first bought into in rivals, in order then to come up with a tumpet note.
You get the Celebrity barometer:
What do you do when the man ahead of his last home match sees the world's most spectacular tifo unfold? As a thank you for everything you have done for his barndomsklub? So do you do as the 37-year-old Markus Rosenberg from Malmo FF. Scores to 1-0 after two minutes and scores sejrsmålet to the 4-3 in overtime!
In Denmark we have to remember Markus Rosenberg for his share in the episode with Christian Poulsen, who in 2007 led to the interrupted match between Denmark and Sweden, in the Park, but he should be remembered for the second, and much, much more. Not least for its outstanding end to a great career in Malmö FF.
Zlatan can do what he will. Which he does. It is also fair enough. But not the fading Swedish garnered nearly can act without consequences.
most Recently, Zlatan bought into in Hammarby, one of the bitterest rivals to his barndomsklub Malmö FF. It is one thing. But his subsequent statements that "I'm sure that Malmö fans will understand me" shows a deep lack of understanding of the same values he always has hailed.
Where is the loyalty to the place that you come from? They have just erected a statue of you! There are gradually other than money, that means something? As Everton fans always said of Wayne Rooney: "We hate you so much because we loved you so much".
Updated Date: 30 November 2019, 10:00