Another coaching head has fallen in Bulgaria

Another coaching head has fallen in Bulgaria
Another coaching head has fallen in Bulgaria

The management of Miner (Pernik) accepted the resignation submitted this morning by coach Hristo Yanev, the club announced. During the meeting, the coach was adamant about his decision to leave, his reason being that he was doing it for the sake of the team.

“The management, players and employees in Miner thank Hristo Yanev for his dedicated work over the past almost 2 years. He impressed with his professionalism and dedication, proving at every moment that he was dedicated to the cause of “Miner” and was an example for everyone in the club. We wish Yanev good health and future success,” says the message on the miners’ page.

In the next two matches, the team will be led by the coach from the club’s school, Petar Anestiev. He will lead the Hammers in the home match of FC CSKA 1948 Sofia on September 17 (Saturday) at 17:00 and at the visit of Loko GO in a match from the Bulgarian Cup tournament on September 21 (Wednesday).

Petar Anestiev was born on May 7, 1969 in Pernik, and his career so far has been spent entirely in the “yellow and black” club. Hristo Yanev’s previous assistants – Anton Evtimov, Emil Varadinov and Viktor Raychev – remain in the coaching staff.

Miner (Pernik) is currently in 13th place in the Second League with 10 points, just one point away from the relegation zone.

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