|1975–1985 CSKA Sofia|
1973–1975 Rakovski Sevlievo
Height 1.78 m
1970–1973 Rakovski Sevlievo
Name Plamen Markov
Place of birth Sevlievo, Bulgaria
Similar Ilia Dyakov, Radoslav Zdravkov, Atanas Pashev
Date of birth (1957-09-11) 11 September 1957 (age 64)
Holiday greeting from asparuh nikodimov and plamen markov
Plamen Markov (born 11 September 1957 in Sevlievo) is a retired Bulgarian international footballer who played as a Midfielder.
He played for the Bulgaria national football team on 32 occasions, including a match in the 1986 World Cup against Argentina.
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.
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.
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.
Markov is married and has two daughters.