Plovdiv, Bulgaria: Botev Plovdiv, the Plovdiv-based football club, announced the renewal of its partnership with WinBet, consolidating its position as the club’s main sponsor.
Over the last four years, WinBet has occupied a special place in the Botev family (Plovdiv), proof of which is the logo of the bookmaker, standing on the official and training teams of the first and second teams of the club.
The logo of WinBet will be positioned at the Hristo Botev Stadium and the Nikola Shterev-Starika Sports Complex.
As the club expand its partnership, the club looks forward to the launch of new initiatives and expresed its deep gratitude to WinBet for their essential support.
“The partnership between WinBet and Botev (Plovdiv) is one of the longest-term for the company, and its continuation is another logical step in developing relationships and in TAG’s consistent policy in supporting Bulgarian sports.
“We wish the club much success in achieving its goals,” said WinBet Chief Marketing Director Desislava Koleva – Ivanova.
WinBet is one of the leading betting companies in Bulgaria. The company’s influence extends beyond the borders of Bulgaria, operating in Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Tanzania and Belarus.
Additionally, Botev announced another change in their leadership. Radostin Kishishev is the new operational manager of the yellow-blacks and will be responsible for the administrative and functional activity of the club.
He will work closely with the CEO, Alexei Kiricek, and Sports Director, Arthur Platek, on key management issues.
Kishishev has 88 matches for the Bulgarian national team, representing the country at the European Championship in 1996. and the 1998 FIFA World Cup.
In his early years, Kishishev began his career as a Chernomorets youngster, passing through clubs such as Neftohimik, Bursaspor, Litex, Charlton, Leeds, Leicester, and Brighton, then returning to Chernomorets (Burgas).
Between 2012 and 2014, is the sports director of the “Sharks”. He then demonstrates his qualities as a coach in the clubs Vereya, PFC Burgas, Neftohimik and Chernomorets 1919.
The club used the opportunity to pay well-deserved respect to Assen Karaslavov, who is completing his role as the club’s prosecutor.
Botev expressed gratitude for his contribution during his time at the club and wished Mr Karaslavov success in his future work.