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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old November 21st, 2003, 23:50 Thread Starter
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Info on Trifon Ivanov?

Someone mentioned Ivanov in the Milan forum, but when I asked if anyone knew what he was up to these days (retired, presumably), no one had an answer. For some reason, everyone seemed to prefer discussing Shevchenko's girlfriend.

Now I'm obsessed with finding out what's going on with the Wolfman. No luck on the Internet. Can anybody here help me?

BTW, incredible Slavkov thread, bono. You should publicize it a bit more.
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old November 22nd, 2003, 06:41
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no sorry,I have absolutely no idea.Probably living quietly somewhere
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post #3 of 12 (permalink) Old November 22nd, 2003, 18:31 Thread Starter
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"Living quietly"? Don't disappoint me...

BTW, your forum signature is way too modest if you ask me (and yes, I know you haven't ). How about something like this:

We're back! Bulgaria, WC94 semi-finalists, qualified with ease for Euro 2004. Check out our world-exclusive thread on the incredible Ivan Slavkov, president of the Bulgarian Football Federation. Plus the latest news on the national team and the greats of Bulgarian football: Levski, Botev, Litex, Cska...

I could hype it up even more if you like.
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Not sho bout this, Ruffian, but the latest rumours I heard some months ago were that he is going to make bussines with gas-stations either in Austria or in Bulgaria, actually can't fokin well remember anything

But as luba said (or maybe not), be sure that you dunhave to worry about Wolfy. He gots his time, he gots his money. Big time.

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Thanks, xtc. I wasn't too worried about him, just curious. I like to keep track of players I enjoyed watching.
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... and in case you didn't have any clue about this site, here it goes just for you:

http://trifon.cska.net/

There u can see also some pics, but be careful as it's not recommended since yer gonna have nightmares with that bulgarian guy

Best regards.

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http://trifon.cska.net/gal1.html

Ah, this reminds me of the old days
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Sky is the home of the wolfman. Won the Bulgarian A Group and the Austrian Bundesliga titles but life post professional football career was somewhat of a challenge for him...

RIP, Туньо! We will remember you for "liberating" Russia from the WC '98 (words of Stoichkov)


Well done, Kitties!
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Sky is the home of the wolfman. Won the Bulgarian A Group and the Austrian Bundesliga titles but life post professional football career was somewhat of a challenge for him...

RIP, Туньо! We will remember you for "liberating" Russia from the WC '98 (words of Stoichkov)

What happened? He hit the bottle?

RIP wolfman


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What happened? He hit the bottle?

RIP wolfman
Yes, kind of. He survived a previous heart attack one or two years ago but never took wine and swine out of his daily menu.

Well done, Kitties!
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The Bulgarian Football Union is likely to pass a decision to retire the shirt N 3 in the national team as an homage to Trifon.



A true Noble he was:


Well done, Kitties!
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