We talked a long time about the goal of this organization and at last we fixed it on autonomy of Macedonia with the priority of the Bulgarian element. We couldn't accept the position for "direct joining to Bulgaria" because we saw that it would meet big difficulties by reason of confrontation of the Great powers and the aspirations of the neighbouring small countries and Turkey.
History[ edit ] Foundation and beginning[ edit ] The club was founded in as Ludogorie Football Club.
Its name was adopted from the previous name of the debt-troubled sports club in the town at that time, Razgrad The latter eventually ceased existence in after its registered association announced bankruptcy during that same year.
After playing for several years in the lower divisions of Bulgarian football, Ludogorets's successful campaign started in the —10 season, when the team achieved promotion to the Bulgarian B Group. Shortly after, the club was acquired by Bulgarian entrepreneur Kiril Domuschiev.
Ivaylo Peteva former Litex Lovech midfielder, was also designated as head coach of the newly promoted second division outfit. Domuschiev era —present [ edit ] This section needs to be updated. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information.
In Septemberthe club was purchased by Bulgarian entrepreneur Kiril Domuschievwith the clear intention to bring Ludogorets to the top division.
The takeover was followed by a flurry of bids for high-profile players.
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In Maywith Ivaylo Petev as head coach, the team completed this feat in Domuschiev's first season of ownership by winning promotion to A Group for the first time in club history. Ivan Stoyanov was also signed during the first month of the season.
Ludogorets went unbeaten in the first nine matches of the season before losing 2—1 to Litex Lovech. In the last match before the winter break, Ludogorets drew 2—2 with CSKA Sofiaending the autumn half of the season in first place. The match was effectively a head-to-head league title match since Ludogorets were two points behind the team from Sofia.
The victory made them champions of Bulgaria in their first season in the top division, just one point ahead of CSKA. In MayLudogorets completed the domestic double when they won their first Bulgarian Cup title following a 2—1 victory against Lokomotiv Plovdiv at Lazur Stadium in Burgas and in Augustthey won the Bulgarian Supercupdefeating Lokomotiv 3—1, thus becoming the first team to win a treble in its first season in A Group and one of the few in the history of international football to do so.
Ludogorets started the —13 season with eight-straight wins and nine matches without a loss, and finished the half-season in first place, as in the previous season, with just one loss and seven goals conceded out of 15 matches.
However, in the —13 Bulgarian Cupthe club was eliminated in the round of 32 by CSKA Sofia 2—2 on aggregate, losing on away goals. In the spring half-season, Ludogorets occupied the first place with just three matches to play before the end of the season.
On the final day of the season, Ludogorets had to beat the already relegated team of Montana and hope that Slavia Sofia would prevent Levski from winning their match.
In the last minutes of the Levski—Slavia match, Levski conceived an own goal which subsequently led to a 1—1 draw, allowing Ludogorets to win their second championship title in dramatic fashion again.
In the Supercupthey lost 5—3 on penalties to Beroe Stara Zagora after a 1—1 draw in regular time. Inthe team won their third consecutive championship title since promotion, two rounds before the end of the regular season.
The club also secured a second domestic double, defeating Botev Plovdiv 1—0 in the Bulgarian Cup Final. In Europe[ edit ] This section needs to be updated.
August After winning the —12 Bulgarian titleLudogorets entered the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League for the —13 seasonbut were eliminated 3—4 on aggregate with a last minute away goal by Dinamo Zagreb. As —13 Bulgarian championsLudogorets played in the —14 Champions League where they came through the qualifiers, eliminating subsequently Slovan Bratislava and Partizan en route.
Ludogorets played in Group B of the —14 Europa League. They were unbeaten in the group stage finishing first in the group with five wins in six games, including both home and away victories over the prominent PSV and Dinamo Zagreb.
In the knockout phaseLudogorets beat the Italian cup holders Lazio 1—0 away and drew 3—3 at home for a 4—3 aggregate win,  but then lost 0—3 at home and 0—4 on aggregate to Valencia in the round of Georgi Dermendziev was also replaced with Portuguese manager Bruno Ribeiro.
Eventually, they became the first Bulgarian team to qualify twice for the group stage of the tournament. In the group stage, Ludogorets achieved two draws against Basel and one against Paris Saint-Germainwhich were enough to secure them the third place and a transfer to the knockout phase of the —17 UEFA Europa Leagueanother milestone never done before by a Bulgarian team.
Ludogorets however shortly exited the competition after failing to overcome Copenhagen with an initial 1—2 home loss and a 0—0 away draw. Ludogorets failed to qualify for the groups of the next two editions of the Champion League, but however in both cases managed to enter the groups of Europe League.Мой храм – земля, а купол – небо, Мой ладан – сосен аромат И где б не шел, и где бы не был Молиться я восходу рад!
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