Kenyan Aboud Omar will feature in the UEFA Europa League for the first time in his career after his team, Slavia Sofia qualified for Europe’s second most prestigious tournament for the 2016/17 season.
Slavia Sofia booked a slot in the competition’s qualifying round after finishing fourth on the log with 49 points from 32 rounds.
The team, under the tutelage of Russian coach Alexander Tarkhanov is in camp in Bansko, Southwestern Bulgaria awaiting the first round qualifiers of the tournament, ending their 20 year wait for the slot.
The team has beefed up its squad by signing Alexander Branekov and Bozidar Vasev from CSKA and Botev Plovdiv respectively.
Maribor (Slovenia), Maccabi Tel-Aviv (Israel), Hik Helsinki (Finland), Dinamo Minsk (Belarus), Omonia (Cyprus), Neftchi (Azerbaijan), Aek Larnaca (Cyprus), Aik (Sweden), Slovan (Slovakia), FC (Hungary), Aktobe (Kazakhstan), Vojvodina (Serbia), Shakhter (Belarus), Spartak Trnava (Slovakia), Danish team, Gothenburg (Sweden), Debrecen (Hungary), Heart of Midlothian F.C. (Scotland), Ventspils (Latvia), Admira Wacker (Austria), Lokomotiv Zagreb (Croatia), Reykjavik (Iceland), Dila Gori (Georgia) and Aberdeen (Scotland).
Ood Greenland (Norway), Fk (Azerbaijan), Workers (Macedonia), Vaduz (Liechtenstein), Khairat (Kazakhstan), Differdange (Luxembourg), Shamrock (lreland), St. Patrick (lreland), Zaglebie (Poland), Krakoviya (Poland), Linfield (Northern Ireland), Dacia or Sheriff (Moldova), Beitar Jerusalem (Israel), Stabæk (Norway), Kukeshi (Albania), ?ukari?ki (Serbia), Levadia Tallinn (Estonia), Kalö (Estonia), Pyunik (Armenia), Chiinu (Moldova), Breidbalik (Iceland), Siroki brijeg (Bosnia) and Domzhale (Slovenia).