Zlatan Ibrahimovic is considered to have a split personality
Netgenz - Netizen buzz Sport | Former Arsenal player, Ashley Cole, describes the double personality of AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Cole is Ibrahimovic's former partner at LA Galaxy. According to Cole, Ibrahimovic is seen as a calm, quiet and humble figure when he is in the changing room. But the character of the player from Sweden is then 180 degrees different in front of the mass media. "He [Ibrahimovic] has two personalities. With us, in the exchange room he is brilliant, quiet, really humble, but for the media [he] is God," Cole said, quoted by Football Italia on Friday (10/9). "He has an occasion when he comes to the dressing room and plays the role of a parent who gives him touch, informs, gives advice, but in front of the media his persona is different," he added.
As captain of the LA Galaxy, Cole admits that he often confronts Ibrahimovic. When the warning from his partner arrives, Zlatan acts openly and shows absolutely no arrogance. "He tried once, put his hands in the air. I said: 'Put your hands down. I really mean it. Honestly.' Then I thought: 'You may be right, but don't raise your hand,' he said.
Now Cole is retiring, having played for Derby County in the 2018/2019 season. At the same time, Ibrahimovic returned to AC Milan and showed that he was still at his best. The 39-year-old player is in the period of preparing to return to Milan, after struggling with injury. Even though he is old, Zlatan is still the seed in the front row of Milan. Also read Ronaldo Claimed to Be Authoritarian, Manchester United Team Upset
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