Zlatan Ibrahimovic Chips In With Stunning Goal In Training At Camp Nou (Video)

Alan Duffy

3rd, April 2012


By Alan Duffy

Ahead of Milan’s Champions League humdinger with Barcelona at the Nou Camp (or Camp Nou as pedantic know-it-alls prefer to call it), big Ibra himself scored a rather fine goal in training on that very hallowed Catalan turf.

He may be a right old arrogant so-and-so, but Zlatan Ibrahimovic remains one of the most gifted players in the world…

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  1. Pete says:

    His attitude is a lot like Ronaldo, it’s always HIM first. That said he is spellbinding on the pitch.

  2. WildScotsman6 says:

    I hate the guy… but he’s got some wicked talent.

  3. WildScotsman6 says:

    Well… Ibra being a man that loves his football, he’s always got that in his locker. It’s vital he finshes them since it’s squeeky bum time, but this is regular meat and drink. At the end of the day, he’s got to finishing them from that range.
    —- Your welcome Chris.

  4. C says:

    But he sucks when playing for the national team. Even Heskey laughs at him!

  5. kurt says:

    how is ronaldo’s attitude like that of ibra? ibra wrote a book that is practically masturbation in written form. ronaldo is a whining showboater but he does play very much for his team and i haven’t heard any statement of his that is nearly as self-centered as anything that has ever left ibra’s mouth.
    also, ronaldo has as many assists this season as messi and is currently tied 3rd on assists in la liga. ibra is tied 9th in serie a.
    so really, as much as we both dislike ibra and as much as we both respect his footballing skill, he’s way worse than ronaldo

  6. Jarren says:



    Yeah I also see people say Camp Nou a lot. It may be correct, but it just feels wrong to say.

    Nou Camp Nou Camp Nou Camp! :P

  7. paintbrushes says:

    In Catalan (or Spanish/Italian/Portuguese/etc…) the adjective comes after the noun. So “el camp nou” means litteraly “the new field”. Nothing to do with pedantic know-it-alls, just basic grammar. Saying “Nou Camp”, is just like saying “Trafford Old” in english.

  8. newcassel says:

    He always goes missing when he’s needed
    Good goals in practice, nowt in the big games, no bottle

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