Zlatan Ibrahimovic Had A Difficult Childhood
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is one of the best strikers today, although he is already in the ‘serious’ gaming years. Zlatan was born on 3 October 1981 in Malmö and grew up in Rosengård, Malmö suburb, full of Somalis, Turks, Yugoslavs, Poles and Swedes. He lived in a modest apartment on the fourth floor in a large family consisting sister Sanela, two half-sisters, the little son of his brother Aleksandar aka Kiki, and the father and the mother Jurka Sefik. He was initially rejected by his environment, a boy with a big nose and speech impaired is directly realized all the disadvantages of many acclaimed Swedish systems of equality. He rose from the ghetto and reached to the sparkling Paris and Manchester welfare environments in which today his children grow.
Below We Bring You Interesting Facts From His Rich Biography
1. After played some great matches for Malmo where he started his football time, he found himself the target of Arsenal. Giant London early last decade has played the most beautiful football in Europe, was the champion of England, Arsene Wenger has already been prepared a jersey for the Swedish football miracle. However, the Frenchman had only one wish – to see Ibrahimovic in training before signing the contract. Zlatan refused the test and went to Ajax. The rest is history. 2. In the primary school in the subject ” sport ”, had the lowest score. Not because he was talentless, on the contrary, he was the best, but he just did not know how to be part of the team. He wanted to resolve everything by himself. At least told his teacher many years later. 3. In his honor, the Swedes have enriched the dictionary a new term. Zlatanera is a word that means something powerful, dominant. Few people in the course of life experienced something similar.
When Zlatan and his wife, Helena decided to buy a house in Malmo in the best location, where the estate is inherited from rich ancestors and where anyone with a history similar to their can only move. But the house was not for sale because the people who lived in it did not intend to move. Yet they managed to convince them. In the living room of that house, wall hangs a painting of big, dirty feet, which causes amazement of all who enter his house. “These are the feet, that are paid for all of this,” said Zlatan.