Levski fans have appointed their representative on the Supervisory Board of…

first_imgPetar Ganev will be the candidate from the “fan quota”, who should join the Supervisory Board of Levski after the General Meeting of Shareholders on July 17.He was elected “at the suggestion of the Blue Bulgaria Trust and after broad support from the big blue organizations.”Here is what the Trust writes about:Dear supporters,At the suggestion of the Blue Bulgaria Trust and after broad support from the big blue organizations, we nominated Petar Ganev for a member of the Supervisory Board of PFC Levski. Petar Ganev will be the person who will occupy the so-called “Fan quota” in the National Assembly. The election for a new Supervisory Board will take place during the General Meeting of Shareholders of PFC Levski AD on July 17. The name of Petar Ganev is already entered in the invitation for the reporting and election meeting of the Company.Petar Ganev is a senior researcher at the Institute for Market Economics, where he has been working since 2007. His interests are in the field of development and the economic cycle, public finances and the role of the state, regional development, free markets and inequality. Ganev is Chairman of the Board of the Bulgarian Macroeconomic Association in the period 2016-2017. Author of numerous articles on economic issues. Former member of the Management Board of Blue Bulgaria Trust.Levski fans demanded the shares of Titi Papazovlast_img read more

Whyte vs Povetkin LIVE RESULTS: Body Snatcher KNOCKED OUT, Brit star needs paramedic help after defeat – latest reaction

first_img Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. nPure drama…

nPovetkin goes down twice in fourth… Then gets up and cleans Whyte out in the fifth 😯

nBig win for Sasha 💥🇷🇺 #FightCamp #WhytePovetkin pic.twitter.com/LZoB1wHMlm

n— Matchroom: Fight Camp Tonight! (@MatchroomBoxing) August 22, 2020

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n”,”raw”:”POVETKIN SHOCKS WHYTE

Povetkin was twice down in the fourth, but got up to win the fight with just one punch. read more