Two years on the market, fallen Eastern European giant still up for sale after ownership chaos
4 October 2021
26 times Bulgarian champions Levski Sofia has been through a period of massive turbulence in the corridors of the club, with fans raising millions to keep the club going.
One of the club’s former star strikers has been installed as interim owner as the majority shareholder left the country amidst claims of unpaid taxes.
In the shadows of the ownership turmoil the management team is on a cost-cutting mission, while fans establish one fundraising initiative after another.
British investor came close to purchasing the club, but negotiations fell through. Now the club is placed in mid-table.
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