Has Twitter Begun to Tire of Zlatan Ibrahimovic's #DareToZlatan Campaign?

Mark PattersonUK Staff WriterMarch 10, 2014

Paris Saint Germain's Zlatan Ibrahimovic of Sweden gestures to his teammates during the French League One soccer match against Marseille, at the Parc des Princes stadium, in Paris, Sunday, March 2 , 2014. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been on Twitter all day as part of a Nike initiative on the #DareToZlatan hashtag, basically playing up to the stereotype of supreme confidence and third-person musings.

It's been fun, but after a day of it, some users on the social network sound as if they're beginning to get tired of the shtick:

Zlatan - it's all jumping the shark a bit. He's gone from cult hero, growing acceptance of quality, to saturation and now 'too much'.

— Miguel Delaney (@MiguelDelaney) March 10, 2014

I've isolated the precise moment when Zlatan Ibrahimovic jumped the shark: https://t.co/9eFKGshPfd

— Tom Adams (@tomEurosport) March 9, 2014


— Neil Sherwin (@neilsherwin) March 10, 2014


— Graham Ruthven (@grahamruthven) March 10, 2014

I'm fairly sure Chuck Norris jokes were #DaringToZlatan all over the internet in c.2004.

— Football Clichés (@FootballCliches) March 10, 2014

Mind you, not everyone has grown weary of Zlatan. Here's former CNN host Piers Morgan getting right behind the fun:

The @Ibra_official account right now is the greatest, funniest, most inspiring tweet session in history. We should all #DareToZlatan

— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) March 10, 2014

You need to follow me @Ibra_official - you lack confidence at the moment. I can help with that. #DareToPiers

— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) March 10, 2014

Who is right? Should we all be daring to Zlatan, or is it time to take the rest of the afternoon off?

You can have your say in our poll on the left of the page, and also by leaving your comments at the foot of the article.