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The Zlatan Ibrahimovic Story!
New Generation’s Champion;
Every moment of time has someone who excels on different endeavors. Every generation produces greatness in the person of whatever he may incline. Just like in the world of football, there would always be on top of many who would create a buzz in the history of the sport and there would always be names that would be praised not only because of the name itself but also because of the performance he possessed during his time of the games inside and outside the arena. The likes of Joe Perry, the superstar of football of the 1950’s who was hailed as the first African American Football Most Valuable Player, the player who once called “the jet” because of his terrifying speed and his dominating power inside the football arena, Gary Collins of the 1960’s who was elected to the Pro Bowl and was hailed as the Football Most Valuable Player during the 1964 Basketball League Championship, Tommy Casanova of the 1970’s who was considered as the all-time defensive backs, in fact was in the cover of the ever famous sports magazine “Sports Illustrated” and was tagged as the best player of the nation. Diego Maradona, Michel Platini and Marco Van Basten of the 1980’s who were among the best football players of their generation. Ronaldo, Zinedine Zidane, Paolo Maldini 0f the 1990’s are among of those football players who made their names on the list of the cream of the crop during their times. Tim Tebow, who was a two time National Champion and the Heisman Trophy winner, Vince Young who had created his own name in the sports, Reggie Bush who was also an awardees of the Heisman Trophy were among the top players of the 2000’s generations.
Those were just football players who had contributed so much honor in their respective countries during their times, but that do not end there, the world of football continue to search and hail great players who were also emerged as the champion of new generations. One of whom is Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who was a recipient of the award Golden Foot for 2012, a recipient of the award “Guldbollen” 8 times, for 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. He was also hailed as the “Swedish Male Athlete of the Year” twice for 2007 and 2010. Ibrahimovic was awarded 5 times as the Foreign Footballer of the Year for Serie A for 2005, 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2012. He was also the player who was able to reach the highest assist record for UEFA Champions League 2012-2013 season. Zlatan Ibrahimovic was Jerringpriset awardees for 2007 for his extra ordinary performance during the year. He is truly one of the greatest footballer of the new generation, in fact, he was included in the 2013 “Trophee des Champions” for his exemplary performance during the event. Despite of these awards and recognition, who actually is Zlatan Ibrahimovic and why he was hailed such honors?
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Existence!
This 5th placer man on “The Guardians” 100 Best Footballers in the world for 2012 was actually a product of a Bosniak father who was named Sefik Ibrahimovic and a Croatian mother Jurka Gravic, both of his parents immigrated to Sweden where their love for each other blossomed. Zlatan Ibrahimovic was born on October 3, 1981 at Malmo Sweden. They live together as a family with his 5 siblings in Rosengard which is actually an immigrant place and near to Malmo. As a kid, he was a martial arts enthusiast as he was awarded the Black Belt for Taekwondo. Zlatan had just completed ninth grade in Malmo Borgarskola and not able to complete high school to concentrate on his football career which during that time is already blossoming. He is currently a resident of Paris along with his own family, long time partner Helena Seger and his two children Maximillian and Vincent but they usually visit Zlatan’s home town Malmo at least once a year. Zlatan is actually a linguist because he believed that language could be the means of Unity in many other nations, he mastered five languages such as Swedish, Bosnian, English, Spanish and Italian. He also believed in principles and he has his respect to those who stands with their principles like Muhammad Ali whom he really idolizes. He started his football activities when he was still six years old with Club Malmo BI and FBK Balkan alternately. His fondness to this sport begun when he received a football shoes from one of his relative and from then on, the rest is history. Because of his enthusiasm and capabilities as a football player, he was able to create his own name to be listed on the cream of the crop in the world of football. On 2003, Zlatan was given the right of Trademark as his name was used to name clothing line, sporting goods and footwear. On 2007, Zlatan had released his own savings to fund the building of a football arena in Rosengard, Malmo and it was named Zlatan Court. He donated his set of Nike enterprise to his former junior club FBK Balkan the next year. Zlatan was given a slot to the ever famous and most aspired Walk of Fame of Sports located in his hometown of Malmö on 2012 and this was a great honor for him as not many sportsmen can have their names be placed on this Walk of Fame. And on the same year, a certain Disc Jockey from France composed a song dedicated to Zlatan and aired not only in France but also in Sweden. This song is titled “My name is Zlatan.” And on the current year 2013, Zlatan was again honored by the Swedish Postal Service because his image would be featured on their stamps. This honor was in accordance with the contribution of Zlatan to the country by giving honor and pride to his own nation. And on the same year 2013, Zlatan Ibrahimovic would be the sole feature of a video game related release called Xbox One which will be released in France.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s entrance to the world of football.
The First Four Clubs!
At the very early age of six, Zlatan started his football inclination by joining local junior clubs Malmo BI and FBK Balkan. His coaches discovered his talent in sports when one time he scored 8 goals to overcome 4-0 almost defeat from an opponent. He also joined Malmo FF during his early teens in football games. Zlatan was sixteen when he signed his first contract as a professional footballer under the club Malmo FF and lasted until up to another three years when he was moved to a senior level and joined the 1999 season of Allsvenskan from where his team placed 13th and was qualified to move to the next level, the second division. It was July of 2001 when Ibrahimovic transferred from Club Malmo to Club Ajax for a mesmerizing amount of 80 million Swedish kronor. He was included on the front lines of the 2001-2002 season of Eredivisie from which his team club Ajax won the title. The following season, Ibrahimović had made points two times with a 2–1 win during the 2002 season of Champions League. During his final season as member of the club Ajax, Zlatan made a milestone on his football career as he scored an electrifying goal against NAC on the 2004 season of Champions League, this goal happened to be elected as the "Goal of the Year" by Eurosport viewers. He again scored sixteen goals when Ibrahimovic transferred from Ajax to Juventus during the time’s season. It was believed that he transferred to another club Juventus because of the offer he can resist. In November 0f 2005, he was recognized for his exemplary performance on his game and this award was the “Guldbollen” and this was given to all the players that has an outstanding performance during the year. During the 2005-2006 season of the Champions League, Ibrahimovic did not play to some important games such as the game against the Arsenal which Juventus unfortunately lost. Though there are factors and personalities that tried to persuade him to stay with the club Juventus, Ibrahimovic pursued to transfer to another club Internazionale. This is not just about a 24.8 million Euros that made it easy for him to decide but because of the fact that he believed that he can improve more on another club as a player and he revealed also that even as a junior player during his early years in football, he already supported this club. While he was under the supervision of his coach of the Inter he was able to show his power to play by making points of one goal and at the same time doing an important assist in a game of the club Internazionale versus Florentina from which Ibrahimovic help the club set a record for winning the league for the last 17 years. This is also the season that made Ibrahimovic scored 15 goals making him the top goal scorer for the club. They ended up the season with a mesmerizing 97 points making them the highest pointer in records. And this season also made them the club that has the highest number of consecutive wins which is 17.
The Recent Club Membership!
The 2008–2009 seasons gave Ibrahimovic another award when he played in the club Internazionale against Bologna. He scored a goal during this game which happened to be voted as “Goal of the Year". His performance was again very commendable specially his attention to the ball and his outstanding technique in passing the ball to his co-club members. On this season, Inter defeated Genoa, giving them the first time to lose on their home base and making Inter the only club that has no record of losing on their home base. Ibrahimovic’s transfer to another club from Internazionale to Club Barcelona is not as easy as his transfer during his previous years in football. He was first negotiated as an exchange player opposite Samuel Eto’o. Zlatan left Inter in time of their US tour for World Football Challenge and Barcelona announced their acceptance to Ibrahimovic as their newest member of the club. Ibrahimović has begun the 2009–2010 seasons with a bang as he managed to give a wonderful assistance to another football superstar Lionel Messi scoring a goal forwarding Barcelona to the next level of competition “The Spanish Super Cup”. His next four matches with Barcelona gave him another record of which he is the only player of Barcelona to date to score in every match in four consecutive games. During his latter part of the membership of the club Barcelona, Zlatan was able to manage garnering another 16 goals making Barcelona won La Liga with an outstanding 99 points on its 38 matches and he scored his last goal for Barcelona during the Spanish Super Cup. He had his last match with the club on the fight against A.C. Milan for Joan Gamper Trophy. And then after this, he made an announcement that his relationship with his coach is actually on the rocks. And so he decided again to step on to another milestone of his career and that is to transfer to another club. On August of 2010, Club Milan made an announcement that surprised the football enthusiast and that is they got the contract signed making Ibrahimovic be part of their club. Just like with his performance with his previous clubs, it is an equally leveled outcome for this club. He scored goals to some of his matches during his stay on this club, but there are also loopholes happened as he also has games with Milan that did not make it to win. But he again scored on each game of the Serie A on its five consecutive games. Ibrahimovic was again the top goal scorer of these game scoring 14 goals on his appearances. On the 2011-2012 seasons of the Champions League, he was one of the great factors why Milan had won the game against Arsenal. During the season, Zlatan did not stop his luck in making a score goal assisted by his co club members such as Robinho and Emmanuelson. He again scored another four goals during their bout against Roma and this time, he was able to break his own record of being the highest goal scorer. He had scored 28 goals in his 32 appearances in a match during the league.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Current Club Membership!
Zlatan’s next transfer made him the most expensive football player in combined transfer charges. He signed a three year contract with Paris Saint-Germain assuring his much higher salary as compared to his previous amount when he was still on his previous clubs. This contract had made Ibrahimovic the second best paid football player all over the globe.
"It is a big step in my career and another dream comes true. I am very happy because it is a project that I want to be involved in. I want to be part of the history of the club. I am here to win and nothing else.”
His inclusion to the club PSG had created a good vibes for the club as Ibrahimović had made a points two times during the opening game of 2012-2013 seasons of Ligue 1 matches against Lorient. Ibrahimovic again scored two goals in the first half of the game against Lillie making then win the match. During the 2012–2013 UEFA Champions’ League, he made an outstanding goal summing it to 6 goals for his 5th appearance. His score to goal with PSG set him another record of which he was the first football player to score a goal in six different clubs in the UEFA Champions League. Ibrahimovic continued to perform outstanding with the club PSG and this was actually recognized by Jean-Pierre Papin. Zlatan was hailed again as the top goal scorer of Ligue 1 having a total of 30 goals. On May of 2013, Zlatan Ibrahimovic was awarded as “The Player of the Year” of Ligue 1 by the Union Nationale des Footballeurs Professionnels (UNFP). On September of the current year, Zlatan decided to renew his contract with Paris Saint-Germain club and so he was playing football for this club until 2016.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s International Football Matches!
Zlatan plays for his birth country Sweden. He had his first international game on the 2000-2001 season of Nordic Football Championship. Though this was just a friendly game against Faroe Island and Tipshallen, the result was a draw and the game is very exciting. On October of 2001, he had his first real contest match in a 2002 World Cup from which Sweden won. He was also part of the 2002 FIFA World Cup but unfortunately did not make it on the finals. Zlatan was also part of the Euro 2004 from which he was able to score a goal in a game against Italy, in 2006 World Cup in a qualifying game versus Malta, in Euro 2008 against Liechtenstein, Iceland, Spain and Egypt, 2010 World Cup in a qualifying matches against Malta and Hungary and in the 2014 World Cup Qualifier matches against Germany, England and Norway.
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