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08. 08. 2017

BUL M: Bulgarian prospect to sign with national champions Neftohimik

Source: bgvolleyball.com; Photo: sportal.bg

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The Bulgarian Men’s Volleyball champions Neftohimik 2010 Burgas are close to strengthening their roster with one of the most promising domestic players.

 

A 20-year-old middle blocker Iliya Petkov, last season a member of Dobrudzha 07 Dobrich, might reinforce Neftohimik in the coming days.

Petkov is a member of the junior and U23 national teams of Bulgaria and it is expected to make his debut for the senior team of his country very soon.

 

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