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Ibrahimovic can be suspended by FIFA

Ibrahimovic can be suspended by FIFA
Playmaker Ibrahimovic can be suspended by FIFA after violating the organization's rules.
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This week, football star Ibrahimovic, who has returned to the Swedish national team, could be suspended by FIFA for a conflict over betting. The 38-year-old, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, is in danger of getting a three-year suspension that could result in fines for being involved in a bookmaker. According to suspicions, Ibrahimovic would be the co-owner of the bookmaker Bethard. Thus, the player would be violating the FIFA Code of Ethics, which does not allow competing professional players to have links with bookmakers.

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According to information, Zlatan Unknown AB, an Ibra company, holds about 10% of the shares of Gameday Group PCL, being the only shareholder in Bethard. It is also worth mentioning that in 2019 Bethard had a profit of approximately 30 million euros.

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With all this happening, on the player's return to his country, Sweden, on March 25, Ibra may receive a fine of € 100,000 in conjunction with a three-year suspension.

Zlatan Ibrahimović

Of Swedish origin, the 38-year-old Zlatan Ibrahimović, is considered one of the greatest strikers in the world, having a strong presence on the pitch. Despite his impressive speed, what most draws the attention to the player is his height of 1.95m. Among other skills, the player is also a black belt in taekwondo and has more than 500 goals in his career as a professional football player.
Thanks to his historic achievements, Ibra entered the history of football with more than 500 goals, occupying the position of 13th best scorer in history. The Swedish player was also one of the players who moved the most money in football, staying on the same level as Cristiano Ronaldo, Ángel Di María and Neymar. In total, Ibra's transfer amounts to almost 170 million euros.
In 2012, Ibra occupied the fifth place in the ranking of the best player in the world. In 2013, the star was considered the third best player in the world. However, in 2014 the player occupied the thirteenth position, while in 2015, Ibra occupied the seventh place. However, all of his nominations led him to be elected as one of the top 100 football players in the world, according to The Guardian newspaper.
Within World Soccer, in 2013, Ibra was named the fourth best player in the world. However, in 2012 Ibra was in the group that won the Golden Foot Award. It is also worth mentioning that the player won the FIFA Ferenc Puskás Award, with the most beautiful goal of the year. In his country, in Sweden, he was accepted by the Swedish Language Council, the term "zlatanera", which means "to dominate", "To be Zlatan".


In 1987, Ibra debuted for Malmö BI, a team he stayed on until 1991. After that, the player went to FBK Balkan, remaining on the team until 1995. The end of the youth clubs occurred when Ibra joined Malmö FF in 1995 and remained until 1998. In 1999 the player was drafted into the Swedish National Team U-18, where he remained until 2001. After that, the player joined Ajax and stayed until 2004. Without wasting time, Ibra signed with Juventus and stayed for two years. In 2006, Ibra ended up going to Internazionale, the team he stayed on until 2009. During this period, the star wore the Barcelona shirt and fought for it until 2009. After that, the player went to Milan. However, in 2012 Paris Saint-Germain bought the player and Ibra remained at PSG until 2016. Meanwhile, Ibra went to Manchester United, where he played until 2018. Staying just one year, Ibra played for the Los Angeles Galaxy and returned to Milan in 2020.

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