Bulgarian PM to Throw Huge BBQ for Football A-League Newcomer

Sports | June 1, 2011, Wednesday // 18:44| Views: | Comments: 0
Bulgaria: Bulgarian PM to Throw Huge BBQ for Football A-League Newcomer Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov (green hat) at a Ludogorets game last fall. Photo by DarikNews.bg

Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov will treat the Ludogorets team from Razgrad with a special barbeque on the occasion of its entry into the Bulgarian professional football league for the upcoming 2011-12 season.

In the 2010-11 season, Ludogorets made a stunning performance in Bulgaria's Eastern B-League and secured a spot within the A-League for next year.

During a visit to Razgrad in October Borisov promised to hold a popular festivity in town, should the local team succeed in qualifying for the professional league.

The feast will take place at the Razgrad stadium Sunday at 5 pm, and will include 12,000 pieces of kebapche, a traditional Balkan staple in the field of grilled minced meat.

Ludogorets's owner Kiril Domuschiev - a leading Bulgarian businessman owning assets in light and pharmaceutical industry, as well as naval infrastructure - will provide drinks for the event.

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