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or It is the most important parameter to choose a wifi adapter for it. How to Find Out If Your Wifi Adapter is Suitable For Your Home/Office Network. · This article will show you how to find out if your wifi adapter is suitable for your home/office network.Viktor Balk Viktor Balk (; born 26 June 1960) is a former Bulgarian football forward. Balk was a member of the Bulgaria national team from 1980 to 1988 and is a top scorer in Bulgarian football history. Club career Balk began his career at Bulgarian football giants CSKA Sofia, where he made his league debut on 4 April 1980, when he came on as a substitute for Bulgarian internationals Vasil Bozhkov and Ivaylo Zahariev in the 1-1 away draw against Lokomotiv Sofia. In the following season he scored 9 goals in 15 matches and was transferred to Swiss team Servette. Balk was able to help Servette to win promotion to the top division in his first season in Switzerland. Balk played five years for Servette, before returning to Bulgaria to play for Beroe Stara Zagora. In the 1989-90 season Balk helped Beroe to win promotion to the A PFG. After only one season in the A PFG, Balk moved to Greek side Iraklis Thessaloniki, where he played for three seasons. Balk finished his playing career with Beroe, where he was part of the team that won the Bulgarian Cup in 1994. Balk made 767 appearances and scored 306 goals in the A PFG. International career Balk was a member of the Bulgarian squad at the 1980 UEFA European Under-18 Championship. Balk made his full international debut for Bulgaria on 28 May 1980, in a friendly match against Turkey. Balk won 27 caps and scored 7 goals for the Bulgaria national team. Balk was a member of the Bulgarian squad that took part at the 1982 FIFA World Cup qualification, and scored 2 goals in 8 matches. Balk made his last international appearance in the match against Switzerland on 12 March 1988. Honours Servette Swiss Super League: 1985–86 Swiss Cup: 1985–86 Beroe Bulgarian Cup: 1994 References External links Category:1960 births Category:Living people Category:Bulgarian footballers Category:Bulgarian expatriate footballers Category:Bulgar



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