We have beaten the Bosnia i Herzegovina team in our only matchup ten years ago in Zenica.
Is it now time for revenge? They seem fitter and with better players right now, but do not underestimate Herr Hubsi and his branded catenaccio style
. Plus, Spas Delev is fit. I have high hopes for Friday night at Ludogorets Arena.
Goalkeepers: Plamen Iliev ("Astra", Romania), Bojidar Mitrev ("Levski");
Defenders: Vasil Bozhikov (Slovan Bratislava), Strahil Popov ("Kasampasa", Turkey), Petar Zanev (Amkar Perm, Russia), Kamen Hadzhiev (Beroe), Bojidar Chorbadzhiyski (CSKA), Tsvetomir Panov (Ludogorets);
Midfielders and strikers: Simeon Slavchev (Lechia Gdansk, Poland), Georgi Kostadinov (Makabi Haifa, Israel), Ivaylo Chochev (Palermo, Italy), Stanislav Manolev (CSKA), Martin Raynov (Beroe) Mihail Alexandrov (Arsenal Tula, Russia), Todor Nedelev (Botev Plovdiv), Kiril Despodov (CSKA), Radoslav Kirilov (Pirin Blagoevgrad), Ivan Minchev (Slavia), Ivelin Popov (Rubin Russia), Georgi Milanov (CSKA Moscow, Russia), Spas Delev (Pogoń Szczecin, Poland), Andrey Galabinov ("Genoa", Italy).
The BiH squad (latest news is Simunovic has refused to join the squad for the March friendlies):