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Crazy Joe: Nobody In The World Can Stop Ibrahimovic

Dinamo Zagreb’s Australian born Croatian international Joe Simunic is looking forward to marking the man he says can not be stopped by anyone in the world at the moment, Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

“Not one individual in the world can stop Ibrahimovic now. He is fantastic, a genius. It will be an honour to play against him again,” said Joe. Simunic and Dinamo Zagreb take on Ibrahimovic’s Paris St. Germain side in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday.

“Crazy Joe”, has had a new lease of life in the past few months, finding his way back into the Croatian national team after not being required to play at the Euros in Poland and Ukraine this summer. Simunic has been a standout play for both club and country in recent weeks and he says he owes it all to the medical staff, reported 24sata.

“Every day I have 2 hours therapy, without it I could not play. I am going for prevention, so that I don’t have problems which I had in the past,” said Simunic, who is 1 cap away from his 100th cap for Croatia.

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