The first Grigor Pasha beta save was at OFC Pomorie on the Bulgarian coast. Links:
- Wikipedia page about the club
- Wikipedia page on the stadium
- club website
- Construction project for the stadium
- Stadium-juxta-mare! (photographs of the location)
The first gamma Grigor Pasha save was just down the coast, at Neftochimic 1962. Links:
Grigor resigned from Neftochimic 1962 during his fourth season (2022-23) with them, following a disagreement with the chairman, Peter Danchev, over the sale of club captain Pavel Zdravkov.
Pasha’s second gamma save was up in the north of Bulgaria, again on the coast, managing Chernomorets Balchik.
After a successful 4-year spell, Grigor resigned in 2023 after being diagnosed with incipient ennui.
Grigor’s third gamma save was at FC Farul Constanta on the Romanian coast. Links:
- Wikipedia page about the city: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constan%C8%9Ba
- Wikipedia page about the club: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FC_Farul_Constan%C8%9Ba
- Touristic website: http://romaniatourism.com/constanta.html
- Civic information: https://civitas.eu/portis/constanta
After a successful 5-year spell in which the club was promoted to Liga 1 and became financially secure, Pasha resigned unexpectedly. He was overheard saying something about being ‘a satisficer in a job that required a maximiser’ — whatever that means.
His fourth gamma save was started at MFC Mykolaiv, just north of the Black sea on the banks of the Southern Bug. MFC stands for Municipal Football Club. Links:
- Wikipedia page on the city: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mykolaiv
- Wikipedia page about the club: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MFC_Mykolaiv
- Club website: https://mfc.mk.ua/
He resigned during the winter break in his third season, having spent virtually all the time hovering in or marginally above the relegation zone. Asked by a local reporter why he had decided to resign, Pasha answered, “You know the answer to that, it’s evident from your own reports: It’s not working, is it?”