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Former Bulgaria defender Trifon Ivanov has died at the age of 50, the country's football association has announced.
The bearded centre-back helped Bulgaria to the semi-finals of the 1994 World Cup and also played at Euro 96.
In his club career, he played for the likes of CSKA Sofia, Real Betis and Rapid Vienna.
Ivanov featured 77 times for his country in total and the Bulgarian Football Union called him one of the nation's best ever players when announcing his passing on Saturday.
A statement read:
Trifon Ivanov will remain in the history of Bulgarian football as one of the best defenders. Before being a great player, Trifon was a great man with great heart and always ready to help. We all mourn the loss of a true friend. Rest in peace, Trifon.