In written English newspaper website The Times top 50 rising stars of world football hit fictional footballer. On this edition writes "Moldavsky sport." At the 30 th place in the list of publications was 16-year-old Moldavian Masao Bugduv. According to the Moldovan journalists, in fact, this player does not exist.
According to The Times, Bugduv stands at the position forward for the club "Olympia" in the Moldovan city of Balti. According to the publication, the player's intention to acquire London's Arsenal.
During 2008, the name Masala Bugduva mention some world media. Thus, the Masale Bugduve as to promising futboliste reported online edition of Goal.com. Also information on Bugduve time was posted on the Wikipedia page devoted to the national team of Moldova. In Wikipedia pripisannoe agency quoted a message from the Associated Press citing unnamed Moldovan edition that Bugduv can go to one of the English clubs, or in St. Petersburg Zenit. Agency reportedly argued that the 28 May 2008 Bugduv debuted in the national team of Moldova, taking part in the friendly match with the national team of Armenia (2:2).
Official site of Football Federation of Moldova (FMF) posted a protocol match with Armenia. In the Moldovan team player with a name similar to "Masao Bugduv, no. Player with the same name and is not composed of beltskoy "Olympia", shown on the official website of the club.
Note the first place in the ranking of The Times won the Brazilian Ernanes half of the club Sao Paulo. " In second position was Karim Benzema from the French "Lion", and a third place half-Spanish "Valencia David Silva. Russian football players, including Alan Dzagoev CSKA player in the top are not included.