Ludogorets have been spying on Espanyol for eight years

"Imitating the Spanish model" from the quarry is the fixation of the tycoon Domuschiev, who hired Pepe Portolés, Sergio Marty or Javier Ramos.


With a symbolic investment of 25,000 euros, Ludogorets entered Kiril Domuschiev, the businessman who has turned a village club into a regular in European competitions and the champion of the last eight Bulgarian leagues. But the secret of success is not only in money, with a template whose market value is already around 50 million euros, but in the philosophy of play.

As Domuschiev himself acknowledged in an interview with AS five years ago, when he was going to measure with Real Madrid in the 2014-15 Champions League, “we tried to imitate the Spanish model and spread it across Bulgaria. Our style of play is similar to that of Spain, we want possession. ” Even the Bulgarian tycoon, a regular in Barcelona, added: “We have sent our coaches to Spain to see how Barcelona, Villarreal or Espanyol work.”

It was in 2011 when that training task began at the Ludogorets, which shortly thereafter signed as an advisor to Pepe Portolés, who had gone through a host of Spanish clubs, such as Real Madrid and Valencia. And in 2014 he joined Sergio Marty del Villarreal and Javier Ramos, of Betis. Currently, he has Iván Díaz, who came from being an assistant to Prof Ortega at Atlético de Madrid.



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