EEE-brahhhh-him-OH-vich! We know him, we love him, we gaze at his nose, you all know the drill. But in the third of The Local's year-ahead predictions, let's talk about two things that Zlatan will never do for us.
Over 10,000 people took to the streets of Stockholm to protest against Nazism and racism in a demonstration which had a heavy police presence numbering over 100 officers.
Police in southern Sweden were forced to abandon a car chase after one of their own officers ran over a spike mat originally intended to catch the culprit.
An estimated 50 fire-fighters were required to tackle a fire at a Volvo factory in western Sweden which caused a roof to cave in and prompt the police to label the incident as arson.
A three-year-old boy in western Sweden is fighting for his life after falling an estimated five metres onto a concrete floor whilst watching a bandy match.
Ahead of Sunday's protest rally against the attack by neo-Nazis on a peaceful demo last weekend, Stockholm University criminology professor Jerzy Sarnecki explains the allure of extreme-right organizations.