AP Sports Writer
Zlatan Ibrahimovic didn't appear concerned in the slightest.
"I think they in Malmo respect this ... I think they are happy for my sake," the soccer superstar said upon announcing he bought a stake of nearly 25% in a rival of his boyhood club.
Ibrahimovic got it completely wrong.
The reaction of Malmo fans to their team's greatest player becoming a part-owner of Stockholm-based Hammarby has been vicious and relentless.
Vandals went to Ibrahimovic's property in central Stockholm late Wednesday, writing the word "Judas" among the things on the front door and reportedly pouring "surstromming" — foul-smelling fermented herring that is a staple in Swedish cuisine — in the doorway.
In Malmo, a fence with tarpaulin has been placed around a nearly 3-meter