EXCLUSIVE: Larsson on Lubo

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Henrik Larsson spoke exclusively to Callum McFadden about his career in depth including the importance of stopping Rangers’ bid for a 10-in-a-row, his international career at Sweden, the highs and lows of his time at Parkhead, winning the Champions League at Barcelona, playing for Manchester United, and his managerial career.

FULL INTERVIEW HERE – https://anchor.fm/footballcfb/episodes/CFB-EXCLUSIVE-Henrik-Larsson-ehhdsq

In a Football CFB EXCLUSIVE, Celtic legend Henrik Larsson was asked about to describe just how good the Slovakian was.

Remember, Henrik has played with the likes of Xavi, Iniesta, Ronaldinho, Messi, Ronaldo, Scholes and Rooney. Therefore, Larsson’s statement that Moravčík is “definitely one of the best players I’ve ever played with” shows just how special Moravcik was.

When asked if he knew who Moravčík was when he arrived at Celtic, Larsson said: “I didn’t know anything about him to be honest, but it only takes one practice to see just…wow, he has something.  Still, to this day, I don’t know if he’s left-footed or right-footed! That’s crazy! I’ve never seen a player hitting the ball as sweetly with both feet.

“The vision he had to see the game, see runs was just fantastic. He’s most definitely one of the best players I’ve ever played with. Also, he’s a great guy. I bump into him every now and then and it’s always a pleasure to speak with him.”

LISTEN TO THE FULL LARSSON INTERVIEW HERE – https://anchor.fm/footballcfb/episodes/CFB-EXCLUSIVE-Henrik-Larsson-ehhdsq

Published by Callum McFadden

Football CFB founder. Freelance football writer & broadcaster of over 350 interviews with professional players and managers across all levels of football.

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