The fourth coaching change in the elite is a fact, after Rosen Kirilov parted ways with “Botev” (Vratsa), BTA reported. The former central defender of “Litex” and the national team of Bulgaria made the decision to leave after the match in Blagoevgrad, lost with 1:2, reported those close to the young specialist.
To everyone’s surprise, the head coach is Vladislav Vutov, who came a few days ago as an assistant coach. He joined Kirilov’s staff after the departure of Todor Kiselichkov to Spartak (Varna). The management of “Botev” (Vratsa) apparently did not have time to react and left Vutov as head coach before the match with “Ludogorets”. Most likely, the cast will be announced on Tuesday.
Before coming to Vratsa, Rosen Kirilov was the head coach of “Vitosha” (Bistrica), “Eter” (Veliko Tarnovo), FC CSKA 1948. His calling card as a football player includes participation in the world championship in France in 1998 and the European Championship in Portugal in 2004, and he played a total of 54 matches with the coat of arms of Bulgaria.
Since the beginning of the season, Radoslav Mitrevsky, who left Pirin a day before the first round, as well as Vasil Petrov, who gave up his place in Spartak (Varna) to Todor Kiselichkov, left their posts. Azrudin Valentich, who led Botev (Plovdiv) to 3rd place and started the season, has also resigned and is now an advisor to President Anton Zingarevic. Zelko Kopich gives instructions from the bench.