Moscow, January 24 – The Bulgarian version of Tema Sport reported that the Bulgarian Levski Football Club will pay 764,000 rubles each to Spartak Moscow and Ural Yekaterinburg as a penalty for canceling friendly matches scheduled during the training camps.
And “Levsky” will receive half of this amount from “Krasnodar”, which on its own initiative canceled the match with the Bulgarian club. The rest of the money will be paid out of their own money by Levski coach Stanimir Stoilov and team executive director Ivaylo Ivkov.
Levski was supposed to play against Ural on January 22, against Spartak on January 31. Levski fans opposed friendly matches with Russian clubs. On January 20, the Bulgarian club announced the cancellation of the control matches with Spartak and Ural.
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