Bulgaria issues licenses to enable clubs to play but BFU will monitor debt repayments closely
May 25 – Bulgaria’s Levski Sofia received a ‘conditional’ license for the next season but will be under constant monitoring by the Bulgarian Football Union (BFU).
The club has debts of over BGN 11 million (€5,5 million) to the National Revenue Agency (NRA). The BFU said it will track whether Levski regularly pays its debts to the state. The monthly instalment to the NRA is approximately BGN 140,000 (€70 000).