- It will be a serial if it remains. Had I been Zlatan, I would have taken it away. This just feels unworthy to all parties, that it remains and is being vandalized in this way. As I said, had I been Zlatan I would have just said, "Remove it from here"
You don't think these feelings will blow over then?
- As it seems, it is "all-in" in the Bajen for Zlatan and it will hurt so much in some people, that you perform these acts that we see, so I do not regret that we will see any stop on it, says Nannskog.
Although the expert understands the background to the disappointment of Malmö supporters, he is clear that he condemns all form of vandalizing the statue.
- Of course, it is unacceptable to let their disappointment lead to vandalism. There are other ways to show what you think. There must be some name collection going on to the municipality to move the statue. It is a better way to act.
If you now think that Zlatan should make sure the statue is moved. Where should it stand?
- A very difficult question, of course, but I think you should have it in a place where it represents how important Zlatan has been to Swedish football, not how important he has been to Malmö FF. Some places could be some kind of football museum or in the premises of the Swedish Football Association in some way, Nannskog thinks.