Ludogorets gained speed, but today it goes against Genchev

Ludogorets gained speed, but today it goes against Genchev
Ludogorets gained speed, but today it goes against Genchev

Ludogorets welcomes Krumovgrad in a meeting from the 16th round of the First League tomorrow today. The match at the Huevefarma Arena stadium in Razgrad starts at 3:30 p.m.

The champions started with a loss under the leadership of Georgi Dermendzhiev, who returned to the coaching position, who replaced the released Ivaylo Petev. The Greens lost to Fenerbahçe 1:3 on their visit to Istanbul in a Conference League match. After that, however, the residents of Razgrad took revenge and recorded two consecutive victories in the domestic championship, beating Hebar Pazardzhik and Slavia in succession. These two successes, combined with mistakes by direct title rivals, allowed Ludogorets the opportunity to go top of the standings, albeit temporarily, if they took the three points against Krumovgrad.

The newcomers, on the other hand, are 11th in the standings with 18 points. The club parted ways with head coach Nemanja Milanovic after the 2-0 away loss to Slavia, a decision that surprised many. In his place stood Stanislav Genchev, who is a former coach of Ludogorets. Genchev’s debut was not successful, as Krumovgrad lost to Spartak Varna with 0:1 in a match of the 1/16 finals in the Bulgarian Cup tournament. Now the former Ludogorets coach will look to trip up the 12-time champions on their way to the top in his official debut in charge of Krumovgrad for the championship.

Full program for the 16th round in the First League:

Friday, November 3

Beroe – Pirin Blagoevgrad 0:0

Botev Pd – Lokomotiv Pd 0:0

Sunday, November 5

15:30, Ludogorets – Krumovgrad

Monday, November 6

13:00, Botev Vratsa – Lokomotiv Sofia

15:30, Slavia – Eter

18:00, CSKA – Heber

Tuesday, November 7

15:00, Black Sea – Arda

17:30, CSKA 1948 – Levski

The article is in bulgaria

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