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In The News: Zlatan, Fans Proud Of Sweden’s World Cup RunJuly 13, 2018
After Sweden’s defeat against England during the World Cup quarterfinals last weekend and losing a bet to David Beckham, Zlatan Ibrahimović expressed the utmost pride in his former teammates. “Every player should get a Golden Ball in Sweden,” Ibra tweeted shortly after the loss.
And we, along with fans across the world, couldn’t agree more.
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Vikings taking over Seattle
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