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- Apr 19, 2010
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Your feel good story of the day comes via Swedish superstar and all-around good guy, Zlatan Ibrahimović.
Sweden's national team for players with learning disabilities couldn't afford the cost of going to Brazil for the INAS World Football Championship, so an array of Sweden's footballing stars vowed to help out, including Johan Elmander, Andreas Isaksson and Kim Källström, who donated jerseys and cleats to help the fundraising effort.
Ibrahimović was asked to do the same, but the Paris Saint-Germain star did one better.
Assistant coach Stefan Jonsson, via Yahoo! Sport, explains:
I spoke to Zlatan and asked if he could donate a shirt and he said, 'what the hell are you going with a shirt? How much is it to go?' When we said that we need to SEK 350,000, he asked for the account number and he deposited it.
It’s unbelievable, incredible, fantastic. I still have to pinch myself to believe it’s true. Thanks to Zlatan a life-long dream will soon become reality for all of us involved.
Top 5 Standings in the Big 4 Leagues and Continental Competition:
2. Man City
3. Man Utd.
1. Real Madrid
3. Atletico Madrid
UEFA Champions League
UEFA Europa League
on that note ... imagine if Ralphie stayed in edmonton???
theyd have no players left
Southampton chairman Ralph Krueger says club would have been insane to keep disgruntled players | Football News | ESPN.co.uk
I actually think the fair play restrictions on Man City helped rather than hurt them. They went out and got Mangala to solidify the middle of that backline, which was probably their biggest weakness. That was really their only big move, which is better than them going out and getting more flashy midfielders/strikers. The talent is there, Mangala and Kompany will be monsters in the middle on D, I'm hoping they can take that next step and actually compete for the Champions league.