The president of a leading Bulgarian football team, Lokomotiv Plovdiv, has been shot dead in a suburb of the capital, Sofia.
Lokomotiv Plovdiv were Bulgaria's league champions in 2004
Police say Alexander Tasev, 45, was found with two bullet wounds in his head, in his black Mercedes car.
Mr Tasev owned a large import-export business.
The killing comes less than two years after the club's previous owner, Georgy Iliev, was shot dead by a sniper in a Black Sea resort.
Police linked the Iliev murder with rivalries between drug-trafficking gangs.