Zlatan Ibrahimovic: - France is a shit country

 
Zlatan Ibrahimovic: - France is a shit country
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The Swedish forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic, was upset over French referee Lionel Jaffredo's performance in the match between Bordeaux and PSG on Sunday, and stormed toward the locker room when the final whistle sounded. On the way into the tunnel he lost his cool and told the world what he thinks about the country he is playing in.

"In 15 years, I have never seen a referee like this. This shit country does not deserve PSG." he clearly said in English as he made his way from the pitch, tracked by a television camera.

Now sit back and wait for a long line of apologies as his supporters in France are... French, and the club PSG, which pays him millions each month to do a job for 90 minutes one day a week is... French, playing their home games in France's capital Paris.

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