Ibrahimovic shrugs as he coughs, trains with Swede Hammarby
STOCKHOLM: B.C. Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic trained with the swedish club Hammarby like the global closure of football caused by coronavirus the pandemic continues, and a brief coughing attack did not seem to bother him as he practiced his shots.
Former Swedish striker Ibrahimovic, who is the top scorer in his country and owns a stake in the Stockholm club, participated in the training session which featured a mix of bright sunshine and brief showers of snow and hail.
With Italy locked up and A series and other major soccer leagues closed for the foreseeable future due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ibrahimovic returned to Stockholm, where authorities are taking a slightly more lax approach.
Many companies have been allowed to remain open and meetings of up to 50 people are still allowed, and many of the country's elite soccer clubs are retraining.
He asked if he could keep himself going with us and we obviously said yes. I don't know how long he is going to train with us and that obviously depends on what happens in the world, Hammarby chairman Richard von Yxkull he told SVT last week.
When the Easter Monday session came to an end, the 38-year-old had a brief coughing fit as he prepared to participate in a final kick exercise, but he recovered quickly and started hitting powerful shots and volleys in the corner. higher.