Lyuboslav Penev Named Bulgaria's Litex Coach
Bulgarian champions Litex Lovech has appointed Lyuboslav Penev its head coach a month after Angel Chervenkov was sacked for the team's failure in the Champions League, according to a statement on the club's site.
In the middle of January Lyuboslav Penev resigned from his post of CSKA Sofia coach along with the whole coaching staff of the top Bulgarian club.
Lyoboslav Penev's tenure in charge of CSKA was tainted with controversy including a travel ban over his default BGN 2 M loan from EIBank.
Lyuboslav Penev was appointed CSKA Sofia coach in the spring of 2009 after replacing his legendary uncle Dimitar Penev.
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