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Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s statue in Sweden has been removed after being repeatedly vandalised
“We are angry because he believes he can do whatever he likes and still be loved. He doesn’t understand how it is to be a true supporter.”Simon Bengtsson is just one of many Malmo fans who is not ready to forgive Zlatan Ibrahimovic.It has been a rough few months for the Sweden legend in his home city.The veteran striker has seen his legacy as a Malmo icon toppled, both figuratively and literally, as investment in rival Allsvenskan club Hammarby and the boast that he wants to make them “the biggest in Scandinavia” proved the breaking point in a relationship that stretches back 25 years to when he first joined the club as a kid.The statue honouring Sweden’s record goalscorer was only unveiled in Malmo in October, a beaming Ibrahimovic proclaiming to the sizeable crowd in attendance that it was dedicated to “everyone out there who doesn’t feel welcome”.The striker was referring to difficulties he faced as an extrovert growing up in then homogenous Sweden – little did he know the statue i
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