The Swedish postal service stamps featuring Zlatan Ibrahimovic were displayed for the first time Thursday and might not be welcome through the letterboxes of English football fans. Three of the five Zlatan stamps show the PSG star scoring in the same match against England while playing for Sweden in an International friendly in November 2012.
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Sweden's football team was handed a fairly comfortable draw for the European Championship qualification group, Swedish Radio's sports department reports. Sweden will play in Group G against Russia, Austria, Moldova and Montenegro and Lichtenstein. The top two teams in each group will qualify for the European Championships in France 2016.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic continued his scoring streak in the Champions League and added another stunning goal to his collection. In the space of four, first half minutes, the Swede converted a controversial penalty and powered in a left footed drive from the edge of the area as visitors Paris St Germain hammered Bayer Leverkusen 4-0 to almost certainly book a place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
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Jonas Eriksson, Sweden's FIFA listed referee at this summer's World Cup in Brazil, was accused last night of being biased in favour of Barcelona to compensate for his alleged past mistakes when officiating a previous Champions League tie involving the Catalans. Sweden was also said to be too small a football nation to officiate in the knock-out stages of the Champions League.
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The song was written 170 years ago, but it has only been since football star Zlatan Ibrahimovic lent his voice to it that it has become a surprise pop hit. Now, a remix of Sweden's de facto national anthem, "Du Gamla, Du Fria" has made its way up to number 1 in the Swedish Radio digital chart show DigiListan.
Read more Zlatan tops Swedish pop single charts
Swedish midfielder Kim Källström injured his back during his first training session with his new team Arsenal just one day after the shock transfer, tabloid Aftonbladet reports.
Sources say that he could be gone for as long as three months. Arsenal's press spokesperson Mark Gonella confirms the injury, but says to Aftonbladet that he awaits a more thorough evaluation from the club's medical team.
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Swedish international Kim Källström is reportedly a shock transfer deadline day target for English Premier League side Arsenal. The UK's Daily Mail newspaper writes that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is "80 percent certain" of capturing the FC Spartak Moscow midfielder, who has over 100 caps for Sweden.
Read more Kim Källström lined up for shock move to Arsenal
A friendly between Stockholm's Djurgården football team and Germany's Union Berlin has been broken off, after fireworks were thrown onto the pitch and fans clashed in the stands.
Read more Football match broken off after fans clash
Zlatan Ibrahimovic and his teammates in the national side might have missed out on playing at the World Cup in Brazil but at least one man will be representing Sweden on the greatest stage of all this summer. Jonas Eriksson has been chosen by international football's ruling body FIFA as one of 25 referees to officiate at the tournament.
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Swedish footballer Zlatan Ibahimovic has been selected as one of thee strikers in FIFA's dream team, along with Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
He has also been praised for scoring the most beautiful goal of last season, for his overhead kick against England in November 2012.
At the FIFA Ballon d'Or in Zurich Cristiano Ronaldo was named player of the year.
Östersund football club is to receive SEK 500 million from the Libyan state in exchange for training and education young footballers from the North African country in the ways of Swedish democracy.
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Footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovic has clarified his controversial remarks earlier this weeks which seemed to say the men's team deserve more recognition than the female team in Sweden.
"It was not my intention to step on anyone's toes," he said in a statement in his own app on Saturday.
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The Swedish Football Association has declined to comment on the controversial remarks made by star player Zlatan Ibrahimovic, saying he is free to share his views in the media, Swedish Radio News reports. However, the association's main sponsor, state-owned gambling company Svenska Spel, said the footballer's comments were "not OK".
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Swedish star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic caused a stir after getting involved in a heated debate about how Sweden treats its male and female football players. Reacting to his comments, Pia Sundhage, the coach of the Swedish women's national football team, told Swedish Television it was "sad and unfortunate for Swedish football."
Read more Female footballers strike back at Zlatan
Sweden's most capped player, Anders Svensson, has announced his retirement from international football, 14 years after making his national debut.
Read more Anders Svensson retires from national team