Sofia has announced the dismissal of his coach, Petar
Hubchev, after the team’s last two defeats after the ‘stop’ due to the coronavirus. Thus, the coach leaves the bench for the Bulgarian team, 26-time league champion in his country.
And the name of his successor is already known. Levski, in a statement, names the former striker and coach Georgi
Todorov as the new preparer and adds that he is negotiating with Hubchev and his assistants to terminate their contracts.
Hubchev, a former defender for Hamburg and Eintracht Frankfurt, was part of the famous Bulgarian team that reached the semifinals of the 1994 World Cup in the United States. He took over Levski in June 2019 after a three-year term in command of the Bulgarian team.
Hasty dismissal after the KO against Ludogorets and Lokomotiv
Hubchev, 56, was shown the door after Levski suffered a 1-0 loss at home to champion Ludogorets on Friday, when the national league resumed, and before losing 2-0 to Lokomotiv Plovdiv in the first leg of the semi-finals of the Bulgarian Cup.