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Madar: I'd have come to blows with Zlatan

16/10/2014  Comments (10)  jump
Mickael Madar is clearly no fan of the cult of Zlatan, saying that if he were on the same PSG team as Ibrahimovic, the pair would likely have ended up fighting:

“If I was a PSG striker today, I would hit someone, for sure,” he told the French radio station RMC. If you do not give [Ibrahimovich] the ball, you’ll be out of the team in the next game. With a guy like that, we certainly would come to blows.”

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Nick Entwistle
1 Posted 16/10/2014 at 18:42:33
Ahhh Madar. Represented something of the new sexy foreign influx to PL football after we had so-so representation from Limpar, Amokachi and Kanchelskis. He also represented how far we were behind when we had him yet Chelsea had Gullit and Zola and Vialli and Desailli and and and...
Kieran Fitzgerald
2 Posted 16/10/2014 at 18:46:40
I remember him missing a gilt edged chance to put us two up against the RS. They promptly went down the other end and scored. Must be seventeen or eighteen years ago.
Gavin Johnson
3 Posted 16/10/2014 at 18:57:42
Was a poor man's Cantona! I liked him though. He weighed in with a few goals. I remember him scoring in a home game against Blackburn playing alongside Tommy Johnson.
Gavin Johnson
4 Posted 16/10/2014 at 19:08:14
Actually, think it might have been John Spencer rather than Tommy Johnson. Easy mistake to make; they were both sub standard strikers who we had to endure at the back end of the 90s.
Andy Meighan
5 Posted 16/10/2014 at 20:46:09
He was actually quite talented but just looked as if he couldnÂ’t be arsed half the time. He weighed in with a few vital goals though and Kieran (#2) yes, I remember that miss. Absolutely shocking and like you said they went down the other end and scored. I think it was Ince. Never had no luck there, have we?
Nick Entwistle
6 Posted 16/10/2014 at 22:23:09
Yeah but Gavin we solved that by signing Mark Hughes from Chelsea. At the time they had better options so we got their cast offs. Times change...
Lee Courtliff
7 Posted 16/10/2014 at 22:58:40
I always thought he was a good player.

Smith obviously didn't think so. Only played him once or twice then sent him packing.

He was a damn sight better than Bakayoko.

Matt Traynor
8 Posted 17/10/2014 at 05:31:29
Given the crap we had in the team at the time, he was one of the better players we had. Saw him score a few good goals, largely away from home. The fans never forgave him for missing that sitter at Anfield, when Ince equalised 30 seconds later.
Norman Merrill
9 Posted 17/10/2014 at 16:53:00
Kieran, I too, was at the game at Anfield, & witnessed that miss, in the Kop end. Mind you, he was one of many Everton players who have froze over the seasons, when it was easier to slot.
Tony J Williams
10 Posted 17/10/2014 at 17:10:20
He probably would have missed him!!

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