Hebar Pazardzhik (@1.15) vs Marek Dupnitsa (@4.6)
26-10-2019

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Hebar Pazardzhik will win

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The team's coach at that time was Lyuben Petrov. Up until the mid-1970s, Marek bounced back and forth between the first and second divisions of Bulgarian football. In 1948, Marek became a part of the newly created first division, the Bulgarian A PFG, finishing eighth out of ten clubs in season 194849. Marek subsequently won promotions to the Bulgarian A PFG in 1952 and 1956, followed by immediate relegation to B PFG the following seasons, 1953 and 1957, respectively. The club was relegated to 2nd division, B PFG, in 1950. During these years, Marek's greatest achievement was 5th place in the Bulgarian A PFG during the 196061 season.

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DSO Spartak - to the Ministry of InteriorDSO Dynamo - to the trade unions of postal workers, textiles, food processors, tobacco workers, leatherworkers and others. DSO Torpedo - to transport workers, metallic, chemical, electro-workers and othersDSO Stroitel - to the workers, builders, agricultural and forestry workers. DSO September - to the trade unions' cooperativesDSO Lokomotiv - to Pazardzhik Railway StationDSO The Red Flag - encompasses the administrative, hygienic, cultural, social, theatrical, musical, educational, and so on. They play in blue silk teams.

During the 197677 season, Marek defeated CSKA twice, home and away, with the scores 2:1 and 3:1. Marek won the decisive game against Slavia in Dupnitsa by the score of 1:0, finishing 3rd and earning an entry into the 197778 UEFA Cup. That season, the club led the league for several rounds and at the end the team fought tooth and nail with Slavia Sofia for the third place in the table. This is Marek's best finish to date in the top flight of Bulgarian football.

Before the start of the 200809 season in B PFG, the team held its pre-season training in France in an attempt by the club President Andreev to compile a team made up exclusively of young foreign players. The regular season started disastrously for Marek. The team even had a Portuguese coach for the first few games of the season. After several consecutive losses, the Portuguese coach was fired, and all but one of the foreign players left the club.

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In this period the team also played in Europe: UEFA Cup, Cup Winners' Cup, and Intertoto Cup. The most famous games are against Bayern Mnchen (a 2-0 victory), against Ferencvros of Hungary (a 3-0 victory), and against Aberdeen of Scotland (a 3-2 victory). The return leg in Scotland was tied 0-0 until late in the game, when substitute Gordon Strachan scored a goal and led his team to a 3-0 victory. The Aberdeen squad was led by the now-legendary coach Sir Alex Ferguson. The following season Marek once again competed in the Intertoto Cup-against Stuttgarter Kickers (0-1, 0-2), Viking (1-2, 0-3), and Willem II (0-1, 1-4) and finished last in its group. The club also competed in the 1980 Intertoto Cup against IFK Gteborg (2-3, 1-4) a team that won the UEFA Cup just a year later;B 93 Copenhagen (2-0, 2-3), and Austria Salzburg (4-2, 2-2) to finish second in the group.

In 1953 five "B" groups were formed and the Red Flag team was in the Southeast. Despite finishing in 6th place with 17 points and 25:33 goal difference, the team fell. The existence of the DSO continued until 1957, when it was decided to form societies. In 1950, Dynamo was included in the Southern B-RAG. Benkovski participates in the South Group B while Levski competes in "A" District. Without being a DSO, the DNA army team also participates in the city championship. This goes on until July 31, 1959, when the two companies unite to form one team "Hristo Botev". They compete in higher divisions, while other clubs are satisfied only with the city championship. In Pazardzhik, this happens as Red Flag is renamed and transformed into a Georgi Benkovski Physical Society and Dinamo becomes a Vasil Levski Physical Society. The biggest role for the football in the city played two teams - Red Flag and Dynamo.

This is Marek's best finish to date in the top flight of Bulgarian football. Marek won the decisive game against Slavia Sofia in Dupnitsa by the score 1:0, and finished in 3rd place, winning the bronze medals. During the 197677 season, Marek defeated the giant PFC CSKA Sofia twice, home and away, with the scores 2:1 and 3:1. That season Marek led the league for several rounds and at the end the team fought tooth and nail with Slavia Sofia for the third place in the table.

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This goes on until July 31, 1959, when the two companies unite to form one team "Hristo Botev". The biggest role for the football in the city played two teams - Red Flag and Dynamo. Despite finishing in 6th place with 17 points and 25:33 goal difference, the team fell. They compete in higher divisions, while other clubs are satisfied only with the city championship. In 1950, Dynamo was included in the Southern B-RAG. The existence of the DSO continued until 1957, when it was decided to form societies. Without being a DSO, the DNA army team also participates in the city championship. In 1953 five "B" groups were formed and the Red Flag team was in the Southeast. Benkovski participates in the South Group B while Levski competes in "A" District. In Pazardzhik, this happens as Red Flag is renamed and transformed into a Georgi Benkovski Physical Society and Dinamo becomes a Vasil Levski Physical Society.

This is also because of the war that ended with the Neuilly Peace Treaty. The players play with a team of red jerseys, white shorts and black socks. The first official meeting of Botev Pazardzik was with the team of Levski from Plovdiv on May 25, 1919. The first meetings were played with local students or clubs formed by the team. There is also a heart-shaped club badge colored in red and white with the letter "B" in the middle.

By 1944 each of the four teams already had its own stadium. Over the next several years, 4 football clubs were created in Dupnitsa Slavia, Levski, ZHSK and Athletic. The people of Dupnitsa saw football being played for the first time by foreign troops staying in the city during World War I. In 1923, the teams of Dupnitsa participated in the formation of Southwest Football League and between 1935 and 1944 the clubs from Dupnitsa often participated in the finals of the national tournaments.

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In this period the team also played in Europe: UEFA Cup, Cup Winners' Cup, and Intertoto Cup. Victories include games against Bayern (a 20 victory), against Ferencvros of Hungary (a 30 victory), and against Aberdeen of Scotland (a 32 victory), then led by coach Alex Ferguson.

DSO September - to the trade unions' cooperativesDSO Lokomotiv - to Pazardzhik Railway StationDSO The Red Flag - encompasses the administrative, hygienic, cultural, social, theatrical, musical, educational, and so on. DSO Spartak - to the Ministry of InteriorDSO Dynamo - to the trade unions of postal workers, textiles, food processors, tobacco workers, leatherworkers and others. They play in blue silk teams. DSO Torpedo - to transport workers, metallic, chemical, electro-workers and othersDSO Stroitel - to the workers, builders, agricultural and forestry workers.