Malmö-fan after Zlatan-bomb: 'the Statue means nothing more'

That Zlatan Ibrahimovic has bought into in the Swedish club Hammarby, is something that the Malmö fans are not excited about. Not at all. "The statue will co

Malmö-fan after Zlatan-bomb: 'the Statue means nothing more'

That Zlatan Ibrahimovic has bought into in the Swedish club Hammarby, is something that the Malmö fans are not excited about. Not at all.

"The statue will come to have no meaning anymore with the thought of where it stands, and what he's doing now."

It says viceordføreren for MFF-support, Kaveh Hosseinpour, to the Swedish media Fotballskanalen with reference to that which in the beginning of October was a statue of the 38-year-old swede Stadiontorvet in Malmö, where the Swedish football player is born and started his career.

"He will actively have that a second club will be better than the club that made him what he is. He opposes Malmö as a city. MFF means incredibly much for Malmö as a town, and when Zlatan makes it here, then he goes in the match against Malmö as a city. The statue is not appreciated," continues Kaveh Hosseinpour.

In connection with the publication of the that he had bought into in Hammarby, said Zlatan Ibrahimovic following on the fans Malmö:

"This has nothing to do with Malmö FF. When it comes to Malmö, so we're talking about the footballer Zlatan ibrahimovic. I think that they are in Malmö to respect it here. I have a good relationship with the Malmö and have had it in all year," said Ibrahimovic.

That Malmö fans to respect the decision is, however, not the case. On the contrary:

"It cannot be received with joy. It is a development of him, which is tedious and wrong. He has probably lost his grip on what he means to Malmö. He misunderstands his position a little, when he says that Malmo will be happy on his behalf."

"We are not happy. I don't think that anyone will be happy on his behalf. I think he partially overestimate how much he means to us, and what he does, suffers a crack now. How is it," says Kaveh Hosseinpour.

Zlatans legacy in her home town would also come to suffer a big crack:

"He will be remember for the player who was sold for 80 million, and not so much more than that," says Kaveh Hosseinpour.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic played in Malmö FF as a youth player and was moved up on varsity, where he was sold to Ajax in 2001.

Updated Date: 27 November 2019, 13:00

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