‘Teenage Zlatan Ibrahimovic’ Documentary – What Better Way To Spend An Afternoon? (Video)

Chris Wright

14th, January 2013


By Chris Wright

A pal of Pies’ sent this over earlier this afternoon: a documentary charting the teenage Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s breakthrough season in the Swedish second tier with Malmo in the aftermath of their heartbreaking relegation from the Allsvenskan at the end of the 1998/9 season.

It’s in Swedish with English subtitles, but if you’ve got 48 minutes of a Monday afternoon to kill we thoroughly suggest you give it a whirl – it’s really rather good, especially as a marker for just how early Zlatan began percolating that infamous ego of his…

Cheers Simon.

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  1. dave says:

    amazing documentary. i love the storytelling. and the scenes are so real, yet so in your face, its hard to believe that a camera was allowed to capture it all.

  2. dan says:

    That fan looks just like a ginger Gazza!

  3. Tom the bees fan says:

    He has never changed has he? even as a youngster he had the bigest head in world football.
    and I love the music through this documentary lol

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