| Plovdiv, Bulgaria|
| Atanas Yosifov Bornosuzov|
(1979-10-05) 5 October 1979 (age 36)
Atanas Bornosuzov Wikipedia
Atanas Bornosuzov (Bulgarian: Атанас Борносузов; born 5 October 1979) is a former Bulgarian footballer who played as a midfielder. For Bulgaria U21, Bornosuzov was capped 22 times.
Bornosuzov started to play football in Maritsa Plovdiv. After spending the first two years of his career in the little clubs Sokol Komatevo, Olimpik Teteven and Dobrudzha Dobrich, in 1999 Bornosuzov signed a contract with the Champion of Bulgaria for 1998–99 Litex Lovech. For four years in Litex he earned 106 appearances, scored 18 goals and won the 2001 Bulgarian Cup.
In January 2004, Bornosuzov transferred to Naftex Burgas for a fee of 100 000 €. One year later Atanas signed with Russian side Tom Tomsk.
In June 2006 he came to Levski Sofia. From January 2007 he played in FC Terek Grozny. On 1 July 2008 Bornosuzov signed with Al Salmiya from Kuwait. 3 months later, on 5 October, his compatriot Kiril Nikolov joined the club.
In February 2009 Bornosuzov returned to Bulgaria and signed with Cherno More Varna. For the Sailors, Bornosuzov earned 37 caps and scored 3 goals. Bulgarian Championship 1998–99
Bulgarian Cup 2001