Bulgarian Prime Minister Wins Player Of The Year Award, Easily Outpolling Dimitar Berbatov

Alan Duffy

6th, December 2011


By Alan Duffy

“It was a game of two halves, but the boys done good”

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has won the Bulgarian Player of the Year award after polling 44% of the votes in the fans’ poll. The 52-year-old, who occasionally plays for third tier team Vitosha Bistritsa, comfortably beat Dimitar Berbatov into second place, with the Man Utd striker polling 24% of the votes.

However, the bizarre outcome of the poll, which was a protest vote against the state of the game in the country, has left Borisov wanting the whole thing scrapped for next year.


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