Stoycho Mladenov to coach CSKA Sofia for 3rd time
Former Bulgaria coach Stoycho Mladenov is returning to lead CSKA
Sofia for a third time.
The 54-year-old Mladenov coached CSKA to two league titles in
2003 and 2008, following a brief stint as Bulgaria coach in
Mladenov replaces Dimitar Penev, who was appointed chairman of
CSKA has won the Bulgarian league 31 times and is third in the
standings this season, three points behind leader Ludogorets
Mladenov has won four league titles and two national cups as a
CSKA player, played 59 matches for the national team and used to be
top scorer in the Bulgarian league.
He also has coached Bulgaria’s Litex Lovech and clubs in
Portugal, Greece, Saudi Arabia and Egypt.