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    Shaw explains how Zlatan made team-mates perform



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    “He was mad,”

    “I think he was what we needed in the dressing room.

    “He’s unbelievable, he still had the talent and even though he was a bit older he was still the amazing player that he had been.

    “But I think inside the dressing room he was great. He had a lot of jokes but I think when it got serious, and when he had to sort of put his foot down, you knew about it.”

    “I think he was a born winner. Even in little training games, if he didn’t win and you were on his team he would absolutely kill you.

    “So I think he got the best out of everyone when he was there, as in training-wise, because people couldn’t sort of [slack] off kind of because if you’re on his team and you lose, you’re dead.

    “And honestly you can ask anyone in the team, that was the situation. But I think everyone loved him and it was just disappointing that he got that bad injury.”
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