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UEFA says no to “Balgarska armia”

Submitted on Monday, 10 August 2009No Comment
UEFA says no to “Balgarska armia”

The stadium “Balgarska armia” (Bulgarian army) did not receive the license to hold official matches from the UEFA system. This morning the representative of the Nyon – the Swede Nell Uil stated to the management of CSKA that the stadium has no chances to receive rights for the Europa League matches, because all deadlines have been missed.

The emissary of UEFA also gave instructions on how to ease the licensing process of the “Army” stadium next year. Despite the efforts of several dozens of employees of “Titan AS” yesterday, the stadium still wasn’t to the liking of miss Uil.

At the same time, the offices in the Borisova garden began the execution of the so-called “Plan B”. The chief executive Ventsislav Jivkov stated that CSKA will request an exchange of host matches. This way, first the “red” team will play against Dinamo Moskva in Sofia, and after that they will be guests in the Russian capital while the pop icon Madonna plays her stadium gig in Sofia.

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