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Radoslav Zdravkov

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Place of birth  Sofia, Bulgaria
Name  Radoslav Zdravkov
Years  Team

Height  1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Role  footballer
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Full name  Radoslav Metodiev Zdravkov

Playing position  Attacking midfielder

Similar  Ilia Dyakov, Atanas Pashev, Plamen Markov

Date of birth  (1956-07-30) 30 July 1956 (age 65)

Radoslav Metodiev Zdravkov (Bulgarian: Радослав Meтoдиeв Здравков; born 30 July 1956) is a Bulgarian retired footballer who played as an attacking midfielder, and a currently manager of Ludogorets Razgrad II.


Club career

Zdravkov was born in Sofia. During his professional career, which spanned nearly 20 years, he represented PFC Lokomotiv Sofia, PFC CSKA Sofia, Portugal's G.D. Chaves, S.C. Braga, F.C. Paços de Ferreira and F.C. Felgueiras – after he had left the Iron Curtain at the age of 30 – FC Yantra and PFC Litex Lovech.

During his stay abroad he was known as Radi, and he was instrumental in lowly Chaves' first ever qualification to the UEFA Cup in the 1986–87 season, as fifth. From 1992 onwards he worked as a full-time manager, going on to be in charge of several clubs including PFC Spartak Varna on three occasions.

International career

Zdravkov earned 67 caps and scored ten goals for the Bulgarian national team during 13 years, and played at the 1986 FIFA World Cup finals.


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