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Zlatan Ibrahimovic statue vandalised for fourth time, ankles sawn off

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's statue in Sweden was toppled in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's statue in Sweden has been toppled with the ankles sawn off on Sunday.

It is the fourth time the statue has been vandalised over the last two months. The damage was discovered in the morning with the statue's face covered with a shirt bearing the Swedish flag.

The statue outside of Malmo's stadium was set on fire in November while marks were found on its feet in December, with the nose sawn off nine days later.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic's statue in Sweden has been vandalised once again, with the nose sawn off on Sunday.

The statue outside Malmo's stadium was set on fire in November and saw marks were found on its feet earlier in December.

The incidents of vandalisation to the statue have been apparent responses to the former LA Galaxy striker becoming part-owner of Hammarby -- rivals to Malmo, with whom Ibrahimovic, 38, started his career.

The last incident caused police to erect a fence around the statue,...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic statue vandalised again with saw marks visible on feet

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's statue in Sweden has been vandalised again, with saw marks visible on its feet and police erecting a fence around it to prevent further damage.

Ibrahimovic's statue outside Malmo's stadium was set on fire last month, in an apparent reaction to the former LA Galaxy striker becoming a part-owner of rivals Hammarby. 

The 38-year-old started his career at Malmo and is Sweden's record goalscorer with 62 in 116 games. He was honoured with a statue in October before...

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic's statue outside Malmo's stadium was set on fire on Wednesday in an apparent reaction to the former LA Galaxy striker becoming a part-owner of rivals Hammarby.

Ibrahimovic, who sources have told ESPN FC could yet play for Hammarby, and who began his career at Malmo and is Sweden's record international goalscorer with 62 in 116 games, was honoured with a statue in October.

Video on social media showed the statue being torched on Wednesday evening in Sweden, while...

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been announced as part-owner of Swedish club Hammarby, the club confirmed on Wednesday, with sources telling ESPN a playing role has not yet been ruled out.

Sources told ESPN on Tuesday that Ibrahimovic was considering investing in the club and the deal has since been made official.

"Hammarby is a fantastic club with passionate supporters and has great respect in both Stockholm and Sweden," Ibrahimovic said.

"I have always liked the club and the fans. I am impressed...