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Zlatan-Cam: Swedish Website to Broadcast Ibrahimovic’s Every Step vs Czech Republic

Zlatan-Cam: Swedish Website to Broadcast Ibrahimovic’s Every Step vs Czech Republic

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is arguably Sweden’s greatest export, having won titles in Spain, Italy and France.

And in honour of the striker, ahead of tonight’s friendly against the Czech Republic, Swedish website Fotbollskanalen  has confirmed it will launch Zlatan Cam.

The idea is that the site will have a single camera focused on the PSG star for the full 90 minutes and will follow his every step and touch.

This footage will then be broadcast live via their official website for the viewers at home.

As if Zlatan needed another ego boost, right?

Then again, it should make for some interesting viewing, considering the 34-year-old is in the midst of a great season in the French capital.

Ibrahimovic has scored 37 goals in 42 appearances so far this term, and with his contract set to end at the end of the current campaign, the former Barcelona forward is being linked with most of Europe’s elite.

With that in mind, maybe Arsene Wenger, Louis Van Gaal and Jurgen Klopp will fire up their laptops and head over to Fotbollskanalen for tonight’s game…

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@StuartHynd

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