03 January 2012

[Ex-player] Stoichkov, new coach of Litex

The exbarcelonista and Bulgaria excoach, Hristo Stoichkov, will from next Friday the reins of Litex, Bulgarian champions.


The exbarcelonista and exseleccionador Hristo Stoichkov of Bulgaria will from next Friday the reins of Litex, the current champions of this Balkan country. The Bulgarian BTA information agncia today confirmed a rumor that was driving the sports press in the country, and specified that the presentation will be next Friday.

Meanwhile, neither the club, which has won the championship in the last two seasons, and Stoichkov, have confirmed the information but do not deny it.
"The Dagger" as Stoichkov is nicknamed in his homeland, the club will also take his two assistants Spanish Antonio Lopez and Miguel Gonzalez, who worked in South Africa's Mamelodi Sundowns to resign in March last year, according to the same source.

According to news agency Novsport sports, the new coach of Litex, who until last December was led by former Atletico Madrid and Valencia Lyuba Penev, currently national coach will receive a monthly salary of 20,000 euros.