The premier of Bulgaria is injured playing football at the age of 61 in the second national level and was forced to have knee surgery
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov underwent surgery after injuring his right knee during a football match played on Tuesday. Borissov, writes the Facebook page “Bulgarian Football”, played a few minutes in the Bulgarian second level, thus becoming the oldest “professional” footballer (61 years old) in Europe.
“After an MRI at the“ NI Pirogov ”in Sofia, damage was found to the internal meniscus of the joint with dislocation of a part of it – said prof. Antoni Georgiev, director of the Clinic of Arthroscopic Traumatology, as reported by namoreto.bg -. Mr. Borissov is recovering after arthroscopic surgery and will remain under observation “,
A photo of the leader of the Bulgarian Citizens for European Development (GERB) party entering the hospital appeared in the Facebook group “Видяно в София”. The premier wears sportswear, the men accompanying him are prof. dr. Asen Baltov, head of the hospital, and an employee of the National Service for Protection (NSO).
Borissov has already undergone several meniscus surgeries in 2015 and 2017.
April 22, 2021 (change April 22, 2021 | 08:14)
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