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Place of birth  Sofia, Bulgaria
Name  Bozhidar Chorbadzhiyski
Playing position  Centre back
Role  Footballer

Number  4
Position  Defender
2004–2014  CSKA Sofia
Current team  PFC CSKA Sofia
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Full name  Bozhidar Chorbadzhiyski
Date of birth  (1995-11-10) 10 November 1995 (age 20)

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Bozhidar Chorbadzhiyski (Bulgarian: Божидар Чорбаджийски; born 8 August 1995) is a Bulgarian professional footballer who captains Bulgarian First League club CSKA Sofia. He also plays for the Bulgarian national team and is usually deployed as a centre back for both club and country.

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CSKA Sofia

Chorbadzhiyski joined CSKA Sofia as a nine-year-old in 2004 and subsequently progressed through CSKA's academy. On 25 May 2013, he made his competitive debut as a 32nd-minute substitute for Plamen Krachunov in a 2–1 league loss against Lokomotiv Sofia at Lokomotiv Stadium. On 4 April 2014, he signed his first professional contract.

Chorbadzhiyski began to establish himself in the CSKA first team from the 2015–16 season, making 26 league appearances. He scored his first senior goal of his career in a Bulgarian Cup match against Botev Ihtiman on 9 September 2015, which CSKA won 5–0. In that season he also collected his first trophy with the club, winning the 2015–16 Bulgarian Cup.

International career

On 26 May 2016 Chorbadzhiyski received his first call up for Bulgaria for the Kirin Cup, replacing the injured Plamen Galabov. He made his debut for the team on 6 September 2016 in a match against Luxembourg for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification, won by Bulgaria. His second game for the team was again a qualification match for the 2018 World Cup against the Netherlands on 25 March 2017, won by Bulgaria with 2-0.

Club

As of 1 September 2017

Club

CSKA Sofia
  • Bulgarian Cup: 2015–16
  • References

    Bozhidar Chorbadzhiyski Wikipedia


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