Zlatan Ibrahimovic has censured Sweden soccer manager Janne Andersson for beginning new Juventus marking Dejan Kulusevski on the seat in Saturday’s 1-0 UEFA Nations League misfortune to titleholders France.
Details of Post Coordinate Meeting
Kulusevksi went ahead for a 20-minute appearance yet said in a post-coordinate meeting that he was in shock that he didn’t get the opportunity to begin. Andersson’s tremendous response to the analysis incited a stable reaction from Ibrahimovic, Sweden’s record goalscorer.
Incompetent individuals in an inappropriate positions covering Swedish football: Ibrahimovic
“What a damn joke. Extra confirmation. Clumsy individuals in an inappropriate position covering Swedish football,” Ibrahimovic said on Twitter, alongside a connection to an article from paper Aftonbladet, which highlighted mentor Andersson’s post-coordinate comments.
Ibrahimovic resigned from worldwide football in 2016
In the wake of scoring 62 objectives in 116 games, Ibrahimovic resigned from global football following Sweden’s exit from Euro 2016. Kulusevski inquired on whether he had given enough opportunity to show what he could do after going ahead as a trade for veteran Sebastian Larsson, was all out.
I was in shock. It was great at preparing. But, that is how football is,” said the 20-year-old, who won rave audits for his assaulting exhibitions borrowed at Serie A side Parma last season.
Andersson, who took his group to the quarter-finals of the 2018 World Cup in Russia where they lost to England, said he was astonished at Kulusevski’s response.
“I haven’t addressed him a short time later, yet if he has said it, at that point, that is his feeling. We’ll need to discuss it,” Andersson told correspondents.
“I haven’t encountered him ever like that. He has done well in the instructional meeting, as have many others.”
The 57-year-old mentor said almost. Kulusevski would see all the more playing time when Sweden facilitated Portugal in their next Nations League game on Tuesday at the Friends Arena in Stockholm.