Sven-Göran Eriksson Opens Up About Being A Legendary Sex God

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Sven-Göran Eriksson, former Eng-lad manager, is renowned for his seductive prowess with the fairer sex.

During his time with the national team, you were just as likely to find his face plastered on the front pages of tabloids as the back.

And now, one decade and seven clubs later, the eagle-haired Swede has finally decided to open up about his seasoned love life with native newspaper Expressen. Thatsmag ran it through an online translation site, and the answers are everything you could have hoped for and more:

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On his legacy...

"I hope people associate me with football, and what I've done there. But some think of the women when they hear my name. Unfortunately. It's true that I met a lot of women, but thats about it."

On infidelity…

"For example, I was never unfaithful to Nancy because we were not married. That is the way I see it, but the English press don't think like that."

On whether he's ever cheated…

"Next question..."

On why women fall for him…

"Money and status. Then you hope that there is something more too, but I do not know."

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On the love of his life…

"Why can you not have more than one woman at the same time? It's not a good answer, huh? But I fall in love so easily."

On the News of the World phone hacking...

"Had the News of The Worldvnot listened to my phone and read my texts [my womanising] would have never come out, I'm sure."

On the finances in Chinese football...

"It's huge money in Chinese football. It may be the country I earned most in. Or was it in England..."

On his future…

"Living in Shanghai is like living in London, everything is there. I would love to return to China. Actually, it does not matter where I end up, I just want to get a job."

On eating dog in China...

"Chinese food in China is something completely different. I liked the noodles best. I never ate dog... at least that I know of. The Chinese say they eat everything, but I do not know if that's right."

On death...

"I do not want to go lying down. It is better that it goes 'pang' and is over. But if you begin to think too much of death you are in trouble. So I usually avoid it."

On ironing shirts...

"I can wash and cook pasta. But iron shirts, no, I cannot. It seems difficult."