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1975–1985  CSKA Sofia
Playing position  midfielder
1973–1975  Rakovski Sevlievo
Height  1.78 m
Years  Team
Role  footballer
1970–1973  Rakovski Sevlievo
Name  Plamen Markov

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Place of birth  Sevlievo, Bulgaria

Similar  Ilia Dyakov, Radoslav Zdravkov, Atanas Pashev

Date of birth  (1957-09-11) 11 September 1957 (age 64)

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Plamen Markov (born 11 September 1957 in Sevlievo) is a retired Bulgarian international footballer who played as a Midfielder.

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He played for the Bulgaria national football team on 32 occasions, including a match in the 1986 World Cup against Argentina.

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In June 1985 he moved from CSKA Sofia to join FC Metz, playing 87 matches for them. After the 1986–87 season he transferred to Grenoble. He retired as a player in 1990.

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His first coaching job came with Grenoble, and he was later in charge at his former club, CSKA Sofia, but he was sacked in 1995.

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In 2001, he was appointed as coach of the Bulgaria national football team. He stepped down as coach of Bulgaria after the Euro 2004 tournament.

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He was reappointed as Bulgaria coach in January 2008, but was sacked in December 2008 following three draws in their 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign.

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Markov is married and has two daughters.

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Plamen Markov Wikipedia


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