Pitchside Europe: Ibra in need of a defining performance

“Ibrahimović’s year-long stint at Barça was widely seen as a failure, and yet he finished his one season at Camp Nou with a haul of 21 goals in 45 games and winner’s medals for La Liga, the FIFA Club World Cup, the UEFA Super Cup and the Supercopa de España around his neck. The 30-year-old has been named Serie A’s Best Foreign Player on four occasions and won the award for Best Player on three occasions, and yet the suspicion persists — particularly in England — that he is a myth. A flat-track bully. A big-time Charlie.”

This week’s Pitchside Europe blog, on how Zlatan Ibrahimović is still to leave his mark on the latter stages of the Champions League, can be read here.

One Response to “Pitchside Europe: Ibra in need of a defining performance”

  • Was just having this discussion in the office. I am not a big fan of Ibra and although he scores a lot, A LOT of goals – which I suppose cant be argued with. For some reason I just don’t rate him

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