The boom and failure of Borisov in sports

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Bulgarian football has a problem that requires a quick solution. Gong announces that Bulgarian stadiums may remain unlicensed. The reason is the amendment of the normative documents. At present, there is no legal basis to form a committee in Bulgaria to give a conclusion and a certificate on whether a stadium meets the security criteria for sporting events.

Last year, this was the rules of the Municipal Commission, but there is a change in this and it does not enjoy the same rights. For this reason, if no action is taken, the national team of Bulgaria is in danger of playing a home match with Hungary outside our country.

The license of Vasil Levski Stadium expires and needs to be renewed. UEFA insists that they be provided with a document certifying that the facility meets security requirements to ensure that the matches are carried out properly. The unfortunate thing is that, at this stage, it cannot be removed, even though the National Stadium meets the requirements.

“There is one problem that I hope to solve. There is currently no legal basis to form a committee to give a conclusion and, accordingly, a certificate as to whether a stadium meets the security criteria for sporting events. Last year, this was the rules of the Municipal Commission. This applies not only to the stadiums, but to all the halls and sports venues. I have to check as I am not sure when the licenses will expire Bulgaria will have no problem accepting Belarus for the friendly match, but there may be a problem with the match Hungary. The Ludogorets may also have trouble, because as you know they are playing in Europe and UEFA is asking for a document that the facilities meet the security criteria, but at this stage there is no one to issue it, otherwise we all know that the stadiums are fit. the problem is to be solved, “Borislav Popov told Gong.




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