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Biography of Hristo Stoichkov

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I'm Barça fan and I'm writing article about Itso for Polish Wikipedia: http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christo_Stoiczkow and I have few questions.

I have his statistics from this website: http://expertfootball.com/players/stoichkov/stats.php and I'm not sure if they are authentic. Didn't he play any match in Bulgarian Cup 1997/1998 (0:5 final etc.)?
What is this NRB Cup 1984/85?
Do you know better website whis his statistics in Bulgaria?

And could you tell me why his surname is double (Христо Стоичков Стоичков)?
I've read that before Chebros Charmanli he was in a camp in Jurij Gagarin Plovdiv. He was a player of this club after Maritz Plovdiv?

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NRB cup is the bulgarian cub during the communist times. The country was known as the people's republic of bulgara and NRB is the abbreviation.
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But it's not Soviet Army Cup (Bulgarian Cup)?
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can't say, i wasnt born when it all happened p
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And could you tell me why his surname is double (Христо Стоичков Стоичков)?
Because his father's name is Stoichko , and his grandfather's name also is Stoichko.
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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old March 7th, 2008, 22:44
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if i remember correctly, until 82 or earlier there was no national cup but only soviet army cup , that is why some count it as national cup. but then there was a period we had both National Cup and Soviet Army Cup, so the latter is sth like Carling Cup I guess.

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