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Birthday - 6 May 2024

Birthday - 6 May 2024

Ilija Gruev Jr. had a great season in the Leeds team, becoming an unchangeable holder in the midfield of the team fighting for promotion. The Yorkshiremen will probably have to go through the play-offs to reach the cherished goal, namely a return to the English Premier League. Gruev celebrates his 24th birthday today and one of the presents he probably wished for is just that - to play in one of the strongest leagues next year.

Beroe team celebrates its 108th birthday today. The Stara Zagora team have been champions of Bulgaria only once, in 1986, but they are an integral part of the Bulgarian elite. Over the years, legends like Peter Zhekov, Stoycho Mladenov and Martin Kamburov have played for the team.

With over 120 games for the Brazilian national team, over 250 for Barcelona, a player for Juventus, PSG, Sevilla and São Paolo, Dani Alves is one of the legends of world football. Winner of the Champions League, titles in Spain, France and Italy, an Olympic gold medal and a host of other trophies, Alves's life has not unfolded in the best possible way. Sentenced to four-and-a-half years in prison, he paid his €1 million bail after 14 months behind bars. Today, Dani Alves celebrates his 41st birthday.

Dinamo Zagreb, Inter, Real, Chelsea, Man City... Matteo Kovacic's business card is more than good, isn't it? The Croatia international is one step away from playing his 100th game for his country, and today he celebrates his 30th birthday for only the 30th time. With gold medals in the Champions League, La Liga, Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup, Kovacic is one of the brightest figures in modern football.

Cole Palmer celebrates his 22nd birthday today but already has a Champions League and England title to his credit. With the England youth national team he won the European Championships in 2023.

Ivan de la Peña failed to reach the heights of Raul Gonzalez, Gaixa Mendieta or Fernando Morientes, but played an important role in La Furia's youth set-up. His career took him through Barcelona, Lazio and Espanyol, where he reached the peak of his powers. It was with the Barça team that de la Peña achieved his greatest successes - a Spanish title and cup, a CNC and a UEFA Super Cup.

Category: Football news
Tags: Barcelona, Chelsea, Leeds

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