Football Bulgaria was shocked by a new tragedy. At the age of 54, the legend of Chernomoretz (Burgas) and Bulgarian football Vlado Stoyanov died of a long illness. He died around 10 am this morning. This pilgrimage will be held at 11:20:20 am in the Church of the Virgin Mary of Burgas.
The former striker suffered from small cell lung cancer, but at one point in the treatment he could not cope with the disease despite a positive outlook.
The disease was discovered in 2013, and four chemotherapy lines were in operation, but the disease gradually reached today's deadly results.
Born in Burgas on September 27, 1964. His football career started in Chernomorets and was the top scorer in the B Group.
He moved to Spain's Deportivo (La Coruña) after finishing the final in the Spanish Cup in 1989.
The Spanish club will help the Galician to win the playoffs to join the Primera Liga after scoring a crucial goal in one of the two matches.
Stoyanov's account has 38 goals in the "A" team, along with Lokomotiv (Sofia), Botev (Plovdiv), Spartak (Plovdiv) and Chernomorets.
There is one game in 1994 for the bronze medalist "A" with "Canary".
He quit playing in 1996, devoted himself to coaching career, and worked mostly with teenagers.
The Maritza team conveys condolences to family and friends!