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Bulgarian Manager Accused Of Faking Unconsciousness After Being Hit By Snowball

CSKA Sofia manager accused of faking unconsciousness…

The manager of Bulgarian club CSKA Sofia has been accused of faking unconsciousness after being hit by snowball. Levski Sofia’s fans have claimed the boss of their bitter rivals feigned the injury as his team protected their lead.

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Stoycho Mladenov collapsed onto the athletics track surrounding the pitch after being hit by the snowball thrown by Levski supporters, forcing the referee to halt the game for several minutes.

Reports in the Guardian claim that Mladenov said he lost consciousness and called for authorities to expel Levski from the top division. CSKA won the match 3-0, but Levski fans, who were lambasted in the local media following the ugly incident, said Mladenov had conducted a theatrical tumble.

“Children play with snowballs the whole winter but I haven’t heard of anyone who has collapsed,” Vladimir Vladimirov, the head of Levski’s national fan club, said. “It was disgusting to watch, his overacting was so poor.”

Mladenov said on Monday that he had a medical document, proving his injury, and would present it to the Bulgarian Football Union (BFU) if they requested it.

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