Grisha Ganchev

Sofia Mayor: There is no Obstacle to the Construction of a New Facility in Place of the Bulgarian Army Stadium

There is no obstacle for CSKA-Sofia to build a new stadium in place of the Bulgarian Army, said Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova. The topic was one of the key issues when discussing the plan of Boris Garden.

Bulgaria's CSKA Professional Football Club Slides into Insolvency

PFC CSKA AD, the entity behind which once stood one of Bulgaria's top football clubs, has been declared bankrupt by the Sofia City Court.

The decision applies as of September 09, the date of the ruling, and can be appealed within six days of its inclusion into the Commercial Register, local sports media report.

A distraint has been imposed on the entity's assets.

Bulgarian MP Indicted over Damages to State Agency

The Sofia City Prosecutor's Office has submitted an indictment against Svetla Bachvarova-Piralkova over disadvantageous transactions harming the state in her quality as a former agency official.

In March, Bulgarian Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov submitted to Parliament a request that her immunity be revoked, to which the MP agreed.

Vasil Bozhkov Takes Over Bulgaria's CSKA Football Club Again

CSKA, until recently one of Bulgaria's top football teams, will be part of A Regional Football Group, businessman Vasil Bozhkov has said.

At a meeting with the official union of CSKA fans, Bozhkov reiterated that the team will not be part of the A Professional Football Group in the immediate future.

Specialized Prosecutor's Office Resubmits Indictment against Businessman Grisha Ganchev

The Specialized Prosecutor's Office has for the second time submitted to court an indictment against businessman Grisha Ganchev and nine other people for participation in a criminal group specialized in tax crimes.

The prosecuting authority believes that Ganchev masterminded the group.

Bulgaria's CSKA, Levski Have Last Chance to Repay Debts, Secure Licences

Bulgaria's two most popular football clubs - CSKA and Levski have to repay their debts on Tuesday in order to be granted licences to secure their participation in the European tournaments and the domestic A Group.

The deadline for the two clubs to fulfill their obligations, amounting to BGN 800 000 for CSKA and BGN 805 000 for Levski, expires on Tuesday, daily Dnevnik reports.