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Sweden's Blixt finishes second at Masters
Jonas Blixt after a birdie on the 16th. Photo: AP

Sweden's Blixt finishes second at Masters

Swedish golfer Jonas Blixt finished joint second at the Masters in Augusta on Sunday. He said he hoped his curse would end soon to make him the first Swede to ever win a major. READ () »

Källström: Cup win 'a great boost' for Arsenal
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Källström: Cup win 'a great boost' for Arsenal

Arsenal's Swedish midfielder Källström hailed his club's penalty shootout win over Wigan to claim a spot in the FA Cup final as 'a great boost of confidence' for the inconsistent Gunners. READ () »

Swede Blixt stuns on Masters debut
Jonas Blixt hits out of a bunker on the 11th fairway during the second round of the Masters golf tournament on April 11, 2014, in Augusta. AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Swede Blixt stuns on Masters debut

Swedish golfer Jonas Blixt is in contention to win the US Masters at his maiden attempt after ending the second day's play in third place at Augusta. READ () »

Injured Ibrahimovic returns to Sweden

Injured Ibrahimovic returns to Sweden

Star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has returned to Sweden to be treated for a thigh injury that has seen him benched since last week, Paris Saint Germain announced on Thursday. READ () »

Zlatan out for 'at least four weeks' with injury

Zlatan out for 'at least four weeks' with injury

Sweden's football star Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be out for at least a month after he injured his thigh during Wednesday night's clash with Chelsea. READ () »

Zlatan injured as PSG dominate Chelsea
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Zlatan injured as PSG dominate Chelsea

Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic was forced to leave the pitch injured during the PSG Champions League clash against Chelsea on Wednesday. The extent of the injury remains unclear. READ () »

Zlatan rules out England as Chelsea clash looms
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Zlatan rules out England as Chelsea clash looms

Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic announced on Tuesday that he would never play in England, as his Parisian team prepares to face Chealsea in the Champions League quarter-finals. READ () »

Man held after Swedish football fan killed
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Man held after Swedish football fan killed

Police arrested a man in his twenties on Tuesday in connection with the death of a football fan in southern Sweden over the weekend. READ () »

'Bar entry to away fans': Sweden's sport minister
A tribute to the slain Djurgården fan. Photo: Johan Nilsson/TT

'Bar entry to away fans': Sweden's sport minister

Swedish Sports Minister Lena Adelsohn Liljeroth has responded to the weekend's football fan death by claiming the violence could be stopped overnight by banning away fans from the stands. READ () »

Police seek help as football killer still at large
A fellow supporter mourns at Stockholm's Stadion. Photo: Anders Wiklund/TT

Police seek help as football killer still at large

Police are still yet to arrest any suspects after a football fan was assaulted on Sunday before the season's first match. The supporter died later in the day from his injuries. READ () »

Football fan dead after pre-match violence
A Djurgården fan clashes with security officers on the pitch during the Helsingborgs IF- Djurgården match on March 30th 2014. Björn Lindgren /TT

Football fan dead after pre-match violence

The opening day of the Swedish football season began in tragedy after police confirmed that a supporter of Djurgården succumbed to his injuries after being beaten up in Helsingborg, southern Sweden, before the game. READ () »

Swedes ready to lick Zlatan as stamps launch
One of the set of five stamps featuring Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Photo: Posten.

Swedes ready to lick Zlatan as stamps launch

Swedish football phenomenon Zlatan Ibrahimovic will see a new set of stamps launched in his honour on Thursday, with the French more eager than any to get a taste of the star striker. READ () »

Sweden to play host to non-Fifa World Cup
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Sweden to play host to non-Fifa World Cup

Northern Sweden held the draw on Monday for an international football tournament with star players who all face one big problem - they have no country to represent, as they're stateless. READ () »

Henrik Stenson in drive to claim the Masters

Henrik Stenson in drive to claim the Masters

Sweden's top golfer Henrik Stenson is heading into this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill with the Masters on his mind, and with plans to dominate the year's first major showdown. READ () »

Zlatan rockets into top five on football rich list
Zlatan is laughing all the way to the bank after making the top five of football's rich list. Photo: Erik Mårtensson/TT

Zlatan rockets into top five on football rich list

Swedish superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic has catapulted into the top five of the football rich list of the best paid players, after earning a cool 208 million kronor (almost $33 million) in 2013. READ () »

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