Petrov considers Bulgaria future

08 September 2010 02:32
Stiliyan Petrov could be about to quit international football for the second time, according to outgoing Bulgaria boss Stanimor Stoilov.[LNB] Stoilov left his post after a disastrous start to their Euro 2012 qualifying campaign, which saw them defeated by England and Montenegro.[LNB]Aston Villa midfielder Petrov, meanwhile, previously quit international football in 2006 after a row with former manager Hristo Stoichkov only to go back on his decision just five months later.[LNB]But the back-to-back defeats have seen skipper Petrov consider his position once again, although Stoilov is urging him to carry on playing.[LNB]"Stiliyan also said he may quit," Stoilov said soon after his exit.[LNB]"But I hope he'll change his mind and I also want (Dimitar) Berbatov to change his mind. Bulgaria need them."[LNB]

Source: Team_Talk