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Ibrahimovic keeps World Cup dream alive for disabled players


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Ibrahimovic keeps World Cup dream alive for disabled players

Star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic missed out on the World Cup when Sweden failed to qualify for the Brazil finals. But he is played a crucial role in giving a chance for a team from his home country to bring home a trophy.

The Paris Saint Germain forward was asked to donate a signed shirt to auction to raise money for a Swedish team with learning difficulties so that they could go to the INAS World Football Championships in Rio.

The INAS championships are played every four years just like the World Cup

“What the hell are you going to do with a shirt?” he was quoted as saying instead giving them 40,000 euros to cover all the costs of the squad’s trip to Brazil.

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