BFS President Borislav Mihailov appeared before the media for the first time after the mass protest against his 18-year rule, which bloodied Sofia yesterday before Bulgaria-Hungary.
Mihailov spoke after his questioning at the Anti-Corruption Commission, explaining that he had no intention of resigning today and would speak on the subject next week.
The home team boss said he has great morale and does not feel guilty about the bloodshed outside the National Stadium.
“I will not resign today! You will have all the questions answered next week. We have a collective body that we will gather and to which I will tell what I will do,” Mihailov began.
The hero from the USA ’94 has already resigned once as president of the BFS – in October 2019. Then the reason for it was the racist scandal that broke out after the European qualification with England of veteran Vasil Levski.
However, the legendary goalkeeper surprisingly withdrew his resignation in April 2021, a day after Dimitar Berbatov officially announced his candidacy for the post.
“I said everything that interests the public – financing, spending of funds. I don’t feel any guilt about yesterday’s match because it is a UEFA match. And UEFA decides where, when to play and whether it will be played with or without an audience,” the manager continued.