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ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC NAMED AS A NEW VICE CAPTAIN OF MANCHESTER UNITED

ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC NAMED AS A NEW VICE CAPTAIN OF MANCHESTER UNITED

Ibrahimovic took the charge to lead the United in the absence of Wayne Rooney and Michael Carrick as the Sweden striker has chosen as a vice captain by united’s manager Jose Mourinho.

 

After leading his national team in many international matches, now the 34-year-old is ready to lead the English team as a vice captain.

The English giant Manchester United’s manager thinks that, the Sweden striker is the perfect man to lead the youngest United’s squad to the glory.

In an interview the club official said, “Some of the other lads, especially the young ones, are in awe of Zlatan.

“He brings a presence to the place and people look up to him after everything that he has achieved through his career.

“He has experience at the highest level and is seen as an obvious captain when the other lads aren’t on the pitchy.” 

 

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