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Ibrahimovic's motivational message from San Remo Festival

Zlatan Ibrahimovic gave a great speech on his farewell to San Remo´s Festival  

Ibrahimovic's motivational message from San Remo Festival

Zlatan Ibrahimovic closed his participation in San Remo this Saturday, March 6. The AC Milan forward left memorable moments at the Song Festival, and concluded his special appearance with a rare monologue. The footballer showed his humble side by talking about the failures behind his successful career, giving a great message to the public.

 "You are all Zlatan", assured. His participation in San Remo surprised many, and the AC Milan player highlighted his desire to take on new challenges, both on and off the pitch. It is worth remembering that the Swede came to sing at the festival. "Everyone knew Zlatan before this Festival, but Zlatan came here because he likes challenges, adrenaline, he likes to grow."

The 39 year veteran has highlighted the failures that have made him one of the most successful players in the world. "When you enter the field, you can win or lose. I have played 935 games. I have won, but not all. I won 11 Scudettos, but I lost some. I won a lot of cups, but I also lost others. I am Zlatan even though I have not won everything; I am Zlatan when I win and when I lose", said the star.

"I made more than 500 goals, but I missed a few. In one or another prison it did not go well for me. But failure is not the opposite of success, it is part of it. On the other hand, doing nothing is the worst mistake one can make", added the Nordic gunner, leaving aside the egocentric image that has characterized him so much during his career. "If Zlatan is wrong, you can be wrong too. The important thing is that each one tries to make a difference, day after day, with dedication, determination, perseverance and concentration. I organized this Festival to tell you that you too can be Zlatan. You are all Zlatan, and I am all of you", the Milan attacker concluded.

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