He was all Sweden’s ’Lot’ and one of the best attackers in Europe.

Mats Magnusson was big in the late 80’s and early 90’s, but had a hard time, then found where you’re looking were off, and the last ball was sent in the network.

The now 56-year-old former Swedish landsholdsstjerne has had personal problems and lived at one time as a vagabond, with a massive drinking problem.

Mats Magnusson released in 2017 together with the journalist Marcus Birro the book’s Mass – helvetet tur & retur’, and he tells the now in the newspaper Kvällsposten about a life that was about to send him to the grave.

– My biggest victory is that I’m sitting here talking with you, says Magnusson, who for a little over nine years ago took the decision that would prove to save him.

He enrolled at behandlingshjemmet Nämndemansgården in the Spare to get to grips with his alcohol abuse. Today, he is recovering and has got both work and a new family.

– I’ve been down on the bottom and turn. I have been in hell, but now that I have it good again and enjoy life, says Mats Magnusson, who was the star of the Portuguese team Benfica, between 1987 and 1992.

He replaced the Danish Michael at the Top of the Lisbon club, and exactly like its predecessor drew, he goals.

He was with 33 goals the top scorer in the Portuguese league in 1989/90 and appeared twice in the finals of the European Cup for the club for the Portuguese traditionsklub.

Mats Magnusson has played 30 international games for Sweden and scored nine times. Hjerteklubben is Malmö FF, which he won three championships with in the’80s.

He follows the club closely and are in place for all home games.

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