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As Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic returns to his home town Wednesday, some Malmo fans are torn over whether to support the city's prodigal son or the team that launched his career.On a football pitch in the immigrant-heavy neighborhood of Rosengard where the 34-year-old Swede grew up, one of his childhood teammates sighed as he pondered where his sympathies would lie during the Champions League match between Malmo and PSG.Maybe for Malmo a little bit more," Ivan Milosevic said, before laughing and adding: "I'm a 'Malmoitian,'" referring to a term for the city's inhabitants.Born the same year, both players began their careers at FBK Balkan, a club founded by immigrants from the former Yugoslavia in 1962, which the club say makes them the oldest immigrant football team in Europe.Ibrahimovic joined Malmo FF in 1994, paving the way for other players from an immigrant background to do the same.Preparations for Wednesday's game have been underway in Malmo from the moment it was announced that PSG would be coming to town.
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