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Vandals damage this time to the nose of the statue of Ibrahimovic in Malmo

It is a statue of Zlatan Ibrahimovic in Malmö, sweden, is once again the target of acts of vandalism. Who’s really in charge in the night from Sunday to Monday, the front of the picture is as good as ever.

This is the fourth time that the vandals, the statue is damaged, since the position on the 27th of november. The statue is located in the heart of Malmö FF, a Swedish club with a close range, twenty years ago, made his debut as a prof ..

The ruins are believed to be the work of angry supporters of Malmö, sweden. On the day of the unveiling of the 3.5-metre-long bronze statue, which was known to be close range for 25 per cent of the shares it had bought from Hammarby IF from Stockholm, sweden. This club is one of Malmö, sweden.

It was ever since the unveiling of the all times to a toilet seat with the arm and with a rope around the neck of the statue, and there was a plastic bag pulled over the head. In addition, death threats, and racist slogans, and the picture is painted, and an attempt was made with the feet, to see it.

Look at the damage to the front of the frame

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© Pro Shots

© Pro Shots

“People pretend to be at war’

Peter Linden, the creator of the image, called a week and a half ago, to get the vandalism to stop and for the police to have a fence around the image, but that has yet to have any effect.

“People act like they are in a state of war, but this is not a war. It’s going to be a football. It’s so crazy that you can’t respect the fact that The one free man,” said Linden in Swedish, sports Sportbladet. “Those of you who are doing this need to realize how stupid they are.”

In addition, the 38-year-old Ibrahimovic, who is eleven, was elected to the Swedish Footballer of the Year, it is still a new club. The contract of the attacker, in the Us, the LA Galaxy went at the end of this calendar year off.

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