The former head coach of Levski Stanimir Stoilov has taken over the Turkish second division Göztepe Izmir, “Tema Sport” reported, and “Blitz” was the first to inform about a contract with a Turkish team.
The ambitious team recorded two consecutive losses in the championship and went down to the 6th position in the ranking. Goztepe’s goal is to return to the elite of Turkey next season. After the 12th round, his balance is 6 wins, 2 draws and 4 losses, with a goal difference of 13:8. It is 4 points behind the second place, which gives direct promotion and where Kocaelispor is.
The club is owned by Dragan Šolak’s Sport Republic, which was interested in buying Levski. It was from the second period at the head of the Blues that Stoilov left a good impression on Goztepe’s bosses.
In the summer, Murray Stoilov turned down Aris Thessaloniki and APOEL Nicosia. Göztepe was relegated from the Turkish elite in the 2021/2022 season, and from September 7, 2021 to March 7, 2022, the current CSKA coach Nestor El Maestro was at the helm of the team.
Dsport news also on Facebook, Viber, YouTube, TikTok and Instagram!
The Dsport Mobile App is now here – download for Android and iOS
Become a part of dsport’s new platform!
Listen to Tomislav Rusev and Irina Ruseva’s exclusive audio stories about the craziest football broadcasts on Darik Radio, a traditional weekly roundup with Niki Alexandrov, and Stefan Stoyanov’s commentary on Messi, Ronaldo and the rest of football’s stars only on dsport’s Patreon page ! Get involved here