Yordan Stoykov

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Yordan Stoykov
Personal information
Full name Yordan Ivanov Stoykov
Date of birth (1951-11-06) 6 November 1951 (age 67)
Place of birth Bulgaria
Playing position Defender
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1970–1983 Lokomotiv Sofia 336
National team
19??–1973 Bulgaria U-23 27 (?)
1973–1979 Bulgaria 9 (?)
Teams managed
1983–1985 Lokomotiv Sofia (assistant)
1985–1986 Balkan Botevgrad
1986–1991 Bulgaria U21
1991–1992 Al-Ittihad Tripoli
1992–1993 Pirin Gotse Delchev
1993–1995 Malindi
1995–1996 Shumen
1996–1997 Shanghai Shenhua
1997–1998 Kremikovtsi Sofia
1998 Hebar Pazardzhik
1999 Maldives
2002 Brunei DPMM FC
2004–2005 New Radiant
2005–2007 Maldives
2007–2008 Brunei DPMM FC
2010 Chavdar Byala Slatina
2010–2014 EEPCO
2015 Mahibadhoo

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (goals)

Yordan Ivanov Stoykov (Bulgarian: Йордан Иванов Стойков; born 6 November 1951) is a Bulgarian professional football player and manager.

Career

Yordan Stoykov played as a defender in Lokomotiv Sofia from 1970 to 1983, as record 336 appearances for his home club. With it he became champion in 1978 and has won the Bulgarian Cup in 1982. He played in UEFA tournaments. For the youth national team has 27 games and for the Bulgaria national football team - 9 matches.[1]

In 1979, he graduated the National Sports Academy "Vassil Levski" and began his coaching career as an assistant coach in PFC Lokomotiv Sofia from 1983 to 1985. In season 1985/1986 he was a senior coach of the PFC Balkan Botevgrad. From 1986 to 1991 he was scary coach of the youth national team. Lead the team of Al-Ittihad Club (Tripoli) in 1991/1992 and he was a senior coach of the PFC Pirin Gotse Delchev in 1992/1993, and then for two years in Tanzania (1993-1995), where local Malindi F.C. won the Tanzanian Cup and Super Cup and led the team at the seventh place at the African Club Tournaments. He was head coach of the PFC Shumen 2010 (1995/1996) and of the Shanghai Greenland Shenhua F.C. (China) in 1996-1997 and Kremikovtsi Sofia in 1997-1998.

In 1999 he became of the head coach of the Maldives national football team. In 2004 he worked at the New Radiant SC[2] Since January 2005 until October 2007 he again coached the Maldives national team.[3] Since July until September 2010 he trained PFC Chavdar Byala Slatina.[4] On September 15, 2010 he named of the EEPCO F.C. head coach.[5]

Honours

1978
1982

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