MILAN - AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic
came to blows with team-mate Oguchi Onyewu in training on Friday
and the pair had to be separated by the rest of the squad.
"The fight was animated, but the incident is over. The two
players cleared up their disagreement," Milan chief executive
Adriano Galliani was quoted as saying on the italian club's
"I'm happy when I see players pumped up, I'm happier seeing
fiery training sessions than boring ones."
Reports said Sweden's occasionally combustible Ibrahimovic,
an August signing from Barcelona, rashly tackled United States
defender Onyewu from behind.
The American, who missed a year of action with a knee injury
and has not featured for Milan this term, reacted angrily and
the duo grappled before being pulled apart.
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