Rangers flop Filip Sebo looks unrecognisable with long hair, beard and…

FORMER Rangers flop Filip Sebo looks unrecognisable as he lives his best life out in Ibiza – with pop singer girlfriend Emma Drobna.

Sebo didn’t make much of an impact at the Gers after being snapped up by Paul Le Guen for just short of £2m back in August 2006.


The triathlete has transformed his look


Filip Sebo in action on thet


Sebo shaved his head bald as he played for Rangers

He scored just two goals in 24 outings for the Ibrox men, with his knack of missing the target lampooned by competitor fans who started chanting ‘Sebo’ whenever stars blazed wildly wide.

Sebo lasted just one season before moving onto French outfit Valenciennes and then returning to his homeland with Slovan Bratislava and Petrzalka.

But he didn’t seem to be giving his time in Glasgow a second throught as he absorded the sun in the Balearic party island with former SuperStar winner Drobna.

The super-fit star – who mainly appeared in Glasgow with his head shaved bald – has transformed his look by growing out his hair and beard.

Covered almost head to toe in tattoos, the 37-year-old is nevertheless super fit – having been participating in triathlons for the best part of a decade.

Images on his Instagram account show the former Rangers star enjoying the triathlon lifestyle.

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Earlier this month he took part in the ibizacursapatrimoni, a 10k heritage race.

And earlier he took part in a three-day trail race on the island.

He has returned to his native Bratislava in the last week or so – after an extended break in Ibiza which was spent sunbathing and going for picnics and dinners with his girlfriend.

Drobna won the 2015 show SuperStar, which is the Czech and Slovak version of Pop Idol.


Filip Sebo takes a seat on the Rangers bench


Filip Sebo has bought into the triathlon lifestyle


Sebo with his girlfriend Emma Drobna

Sebo has competed against some of the world’s best in the triathlon field – including former Olympic champion Alistair Brownlee.

He said at the time: “It’s a great honor for me that I got a chance to compete with the world leaders.

Sebo’s time in Scotland didn’t pan out as he might have hoped but he nevertheless formed a good bond with the club’s fans.

He said last year: “I had some good times in Scotland as a Rangers player.

“I would say the whole season was a nice memory and I feel really honoured to have been a part of this amazing club.


“I felt I received huge sustain from the best supporters in the world. If I was to sum up my time at Rangers, I would say it was like being at high school. I enjoyed it and I learned a lot.

“I nevertheless meet supporters whenever I am travelling and that is really cool. It’s always nice to hear someone saying my name no matter where I am and hearing a friendly Scottish voice.

“Me and Rangers supporters will never forget each other because there was a really strong relationship between us in those days.”

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