Most people reading this blog knows that I am a great fan of dootball, Malmö FF and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
There is always a debate on who the best football player ever, some say Pele, others Maradona, Cruyff, Zidane, Messi or Ronaldo.
But one thing can never be debated, namely who the coolest player is – on and off the field.
Andrea Pirlo was an amazing player with a fantastic career. One of the best midfielders ever.
Pirlo was blessed with a passing foot from heaven.
Pielo was the born playmaker and he is widely regarded as one of the greatest ever exponents of this position due to his vision, ball control, technique, creativity and passing ability, as well as for being a free-kick specialist
He played in Brechia, Reggiana, inter, AC Milan, Juventus and New York City.
He won two UEFA Champions Leagues, two UEFA Super Cups, six Serie A titles, a FIFA Club World Cup, three Supercoppa Italiana, and two Coppa Italia.
At international level, Pirlo is the fifth-most capped player in the history of the Italian national team with 116 caps between 2002 and 2015, winning the world cup in 2006.
He is also known as well dressed fasionista and a symbol for the Italian style.
In short, Mr. Cool.
Happy 15th Birthday today to the international Network of Customs Universities (INCU).
I am honorary fellow and international advisroy board member of the INCU. The last 15 years has for INCU been a great successful journey.
INCU is an international not-for-profit organisation of over 200 members and affiliates, which aims to raise the academic profile of the customs profession through the development and promotion of educational programs, providing academic and applied research, and intellectual input to strategic decision making.
Real Madrid had not lost in 21 matches before tonight’s Copa del Rey quarterfinal. But Swedish 20 year old supertalant Alexander Isak changed that tonight.
Real Sociedad came to the Santiago Bernabeu to play the giant. After two dream goals in two minutes from Isak, Real Sociedad beat Real Madrid 4-3.
And Alexander Isak became the hero as Real Sociedad advanced to the semi-finals of Copa del Rey.
“It’s absolutely incredible. A dream come true”, he said after the victory. He has now scored eleven goals in eleven games.
There is a reason that he is called “The Next One”, meaning…the next Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Newspaper Diario Vasco gave Isak 6 out 5 in judgement for the game…