Matthaeus Lectures Bulgarian Coaches

Sports | August 8, 2011, Monday // 17:58|  views

Lothar Mattheaus (right) is pictured lecturing top Bulgarian coaches as part of license course. Photo by BGNES

German football legend Lothar Matthaeus, who is in charge of Bulgaria's national team, has given a one-hour lecture to leading Bulgarian coaches.

Matthaeus lectured his colleagues at the Hilton Sofia Monday, as part of the "Pro" coach license course of the Bulgarian National Sports Academy (NSA). The coaches present included Milen Radukanov, head coach of CSKA Sofia FC; Velizar Popov, coach of Cherno More Varna; Serbian with Maltese citizenship Danilo Doncic, who is the deputy coach of Lokomotiv Sofia, among others.

The major no show was Georgi Ivanov, aka Gonzo, the head coach of Levski Sofia FC, whose team is playing Slavia FC in Sofia Monday night.

"I am very glad we had this meeting since from the very beginning I've known that we need to work together and have good communication. It is crucial for me to have good relations with the other coaches in Bulgaria because we are responsible for the Bulgarian football," Matthaeus said as quoted by BGNES.

Bulgaria led by Matthaeus are leaving for Belarus Tuesday where they will have a friendly against the hosts in Minsk on Wednesday.

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