Good King news

Football – damaged Ibrahimovic statue – sport

The incident occurred after he learned that Ibrahimovic was taking action in Hammarby. Canadian Nicholas Latifi takes the wheel of Formula 1 at Williams.

Football, Sweden: Supporters of his national club, Malmö FF, do not think that the entrance of football superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic in his Swedish rival, Hammarby IF, is all to his advantage. Unknown criminals left their frustration on the statue of Ibrahimovic in front of Malmo stadium, which had been installed in early October, unleashed. The sculpture of three and a half meters was sprayed with paint and damaged by pyrotechnics. Ibrahimovic, 38, takes more than a quarter of the shares of the capital of Hammarby club, based in Stockholm. The 116-time national player bought the shares of the Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG), which also holds about a quarter of Hammarby's shares. The Anschutz group is the owner of LA Galaxy, for which "Ibra" had been looking for goals in the past two seasons in the North American MLS football league.

Motorsport, Formula 1: Williams awarded the latest Formula 1 cockpit available in 2020 to Canadian Nicholas Latifi. As announced Thursday the English tradition team on the sidelines of the last race of the season in Abu Dhabi, the 24-year-old will be on the side of British regulars George Russell next year. Latifi has been a substitute driver at Williams since this season and has also participated in six training sessions. The son of businessman Michael Latifi replaces the Polish Robert Kubica and is expected to bring a generous dowry to the team. Latifi Junior has also been racing in Formula 2 this season and is second overall before the last race in the UAE. He stated that he was "extremely excited" to land a full-time job in Formula One, explained Latifi, who flew the cockpit of the last pilot in 2020. "For me, a dream comes true", has he continued. The first Grand Prix of the New Year will be held on March 15 in Melbourne.

Ten Hag, Pochettino, Flick?

Who could become Bayern coach

Motorsport Sad end of an era

Sad end of an era

The German motorcycle sport plunges into insignificance: the fact that the Kiefer Racing race team has to leave the Moto 2 betrays a lot the power of money.By Thomas Gröbner

Share our article: