Quotes from I Am Zlatan Ibrahimović

Zlatan Ibrahimović ·  347 pages

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“At Balkan, it was more like, ‘I’ll do your mum up the arse.’ They were mental Yugoslavs who smoked like chimneys and flung their boots about, and I thought, Great, just like at home.”
― Zlatan Ibrahimović, quote from I Am Zlatan Ibrahimović


“I like being around warriors, and Mihajlović was a bruiser. He always did everything to win.”
― Zlatan Ibrahimović, quote from I Am Zlatan Ibrahimović


“What was relegation into the second division, when my Dad had just become my biggest fan?”
― Zlatan Ibrahimović, quote from I Am Zlatan Ibrahimović


“Först gick jag vänster och det gjorde han också. Sen gick jag höger och det gjorde han också. Sen stack jag vänster, och då gick han och köpte korv.”
― Zlatan Ibrahimović, quote from I Am Zlatan Ibrahimović


“When I got home to Piazza Castello, everything was swimming around me, and I thought, I’ll take a shower, maybe that’ll help. But everything kept spinning. As soon as I moved my head, the whole world moved along with it, and finally I fell asleep in the bathtub. I was woken up by Helena, who just laughed at me. I’ve told her never to breathe a word about it.”
― Zlatan Ibrahimović, quote from I Am Zlatan Ibrahimović



“But he didn’t meet any burglars. It was my Xbox, which was still on and had been humming along for three weeks, ever since I’d dashed off to take Juventus’s private plane to Milan.”
― Zlatan Ibrahimović, quote from I Am Zlatan Ibrahimović


About the author

Zlatan Ibrahimović
Born place: in Malmö, Sweden
Born date October 3, 1981
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