Petev and Bosnia part ways – World Football
Bulgarian coach Ivaylo Petev will part ways with the national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina, reports “SportSport.ba“.
The local football federation, which has an Executive Committee scheduled for December 29, will not offer the specialist a new contract.
The former Ludogorets coach qualified the country for League A of the Nations League after winning their group which also included the teams of Finland, Romania and Montenegro.
In the world qualifiers, Bosnia managed to take a point away from Qatar World Cup finalist France.
At the head of the national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ivaylo Petev has 20 matches. Under his leadership, the selection has 6 wins, 7 draws and 7 losses with a goal difference of 19:24.
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