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Full name  Boyko Kamenov Simeonov
Years  Team
Apps  (Gls)
Playing positions  Midfielder, Forward
Place of birth  Varna, Bulgaria
Team  Apps
Height  1.81 m
Boyko Kamenov
Date of birth  (1975-11-28) 28 November 1975 (age 41)

Boyko Kamenov Simeonov (Bulgarian: Бойко Каменов Симеонов; born 28 November 1975) is a Bulgarian football manager and former football player.


Playing career

Kamenov played as a forward and attacking midfielder in a 14-year professional career. He began his career at Cherno More Varna. In his career Kamenov played for several clubs in Bulgaria, Malta, Maldives and Singapore.

With New Radiant he won Maldivies President's Cup and Malé League in 2004 and Maldives FA Cup in 2005. Kamenov was part of the squad that reached the semi-finals of the 2005 AFC Cup, scoring two goals in eight games.

In 2006, Kamenov signed with Singapore's S.League side Geylang United. He ended his career at the end of the 2008–09 season.

Coaching career

In January 2013, Kamenov was announced as new head coach of Maldivian side Club Valencia.

On 12 November 2015, it was announced that Kamenov had joined Bulgarian top division club Botev Plovdiv as assistant head coach. He left Botev in August 2016, following Nikolay Kostov out of the club.

As a player

New Radiant
  • Maldivies President's Cup: 2004
  • Malé League: 2004
  • Maldives FA Cup: 2005
  • References

    Boyko Kamenov Wikipedia

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