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2015-2016 - Winner in the third division and a historical triumph for the Cup of Bulgaria

2015-2016 - Winner in the third division and a historical triumph for the Cup of Bulgaria

CSKA team for the 2015-2016 season: Anatoliy Gospodinov, Stoyan Kolev, Kiril Dinchev, Victor Raychev, Alexander Branekov, Bojidar Chorbadjiyski, Milen Kikarin, Valentin Antov, Angel Granchov, Vasil Popov, Nikolay Dichev, Samir Ayass, Boris Galchev , Momchil Cvetanov, Pavel Golovodov, Yordan Yordanov, Stanislav Malamov, Aykut Ramadan, Alexander Alexandrov, Nikolay Tsvetkov, Petar Vitanov, Preslav Yordanov, Kostadin Hazurov, Mario Yordanov Head coach: Hristo Yanev The 2015-2016 season is one of the most dramatical in the histoty of...
2014-2015 - New two wins over Levski

2014-2015 - New two wins over Levski

CSKA team for the 2014-2015 season: Anatoliy Gospodinov, Jacub Divis, Maksims Uvarenko, Alexander Tunchev, Valentin Iliev, Apostol Popov, Venzislav Vasilev, Denis Prichinenko, Yulian Chapaev, Plamen Krachunov, Christian Supusepa, Marin Orsulic, Tonci Kukoc, Stephen Sunday, Boris Galchev, Ivan Stoyanov, Petar Vitanov, Nemanja Milisalvevic, Edenilson Bergonsi, Luis Suarez, Marquinos, Toni Silva, Ivan Markovic, Aurelien Joachim, Juan Felipe, Stefan Nikolic, Mario Brkljača, Amancio Fortes, Sergiu Bus Head coach: Stoycho Mladenov CSKA...
2013-2014 - Four out of four in the “Eternal derby”

2013-2014 - Four out of four in the “Eternal derby”

CSKA team for the 2013-2014 season: Tomas Cerny, Stoyan Kolev, Rais M'Bohly, Zdravko Iliev, Jackson Mendy, Valentin Iliev, Apostol Popov, Venzislav Vasilev, Jeremy Faug-Porret, Vasil Popov, Yulian Yulianov, Plamen Krachunov, Brian Errero, Todor Yanchev, Boris Galchev, Ivan Stoyanov, Petar Vitabov, Nemanja Milisavlevic, Emil Gargorov, Anton Karachanakov, Ivaylo Chochev, Marcinho, Grigor Dolapchiev, Omar Kossoko, Martin Petrov, Stephen Sunday, Toni Silva, Guido vi Vanni, Ivan Markovic Head coach: Stoycho Mladenov After "Titan"...
2012-2013 - The end of the “Titan” era in CSKA

2012-2013 - The end of the “Titan” era in CSKA

CSKA team for the 2012-2013 season: Тomas Cerny, Anatoliy Gospodinov, Bojidar Stoychev, Ivan Bandalovski, Kostadin Stoyanov, Apostol Popov, Plamen Krachunov, Angel Granchov, Mihail Venkov, Venzislav Vasilev, Vasil Popov, Yulian Yulianov, Petar Vitanov, Lucas Sasha, Anton Karachanakov, Serginho, Stanko Yovchev, Нджонго Присо, Abel Anicet, Ilias Kiriakidis, Michel Planini, Serge Nuangi, Ignacio Varela, Ivaylo Chochev, Marcinho, Grigor Dolapchiev, Martin Kamburov, Spas Delev. Head coach: Milen Radukanov The unfortunate end...
2011-2012 - The missed title in Razgrad

2011-2012 - The missed title in Razgrad

CSKA team for the 2011-2012 season: Ivan Karadjov, Kostadin Stoyanov, Pavel Vidanov, Ivan Bandalovski, Blagoy Makendjiev, Tomislav Kostadinov, Zdravko Chavdarov, Nikola Radulovic, Todor Yanchev; Apostol Popov, Petar Stoyanov, Rumen Trifonov, Ivan Stoychev, Ianis Zicu, Junior Moraes, Alexander Yakimov, Stanko Yovchev, Александър Дюлгеров; Michel Platini, Martin Dechev, Chetin Sadula, Spas Delev, Stanislav Kostov, Marquinos, Anton Karachanakov, Gregory Nelson, Ademar Junior, Sasha Jivec, Boris Galchev. The 2011-2012...
2010-2011 - Second consecutive participation in the Europa League and first group stage win

2010-2011 - Second consecutive participation in the Europa League and first group stage win

CSKA team for the 2010-2011 season: Guiseppe Aquaro, Bojidar Stoychev, Rui Mugiel, Marquinos, Dormushali Saidhodja, Apostol Popov, Kostadin Stoyanov, Zdravko Chavdarov, Martin Dechev, Dimitar Iliev, Eliott Grandin, Gregory Nelson, Kristian Velinov, Boris Galchev, Ivan Karadjov; Willem Thiero, Todor Yanchev, Alexander Tonev, Pavel Vidanov, Atanas Zehirov, Yordan Minev, Rumen Trifonov, Fabricio Grillo, Tomislav Kostadinov, Nikolay Manchev, Spas Delev, Kosta Yanev. The 2010-2011 season is extraordinar and very controversial. Pavel...
2009-2010 - First participation in the Europa League group stage

2009-2010 - First participation in the Europa League group stage

CSKA team for the 2009-2010 season: Ivan Karadjov, Ivan Ivanov, Alexander Branekov, Ivaylo Petrov, Kiril Kotev, Apostol Popov, Todor Timonoc, Vladimir Manchev, Marquinos, Rui Miguel, David Silva, Kostadin Stoyanov, Zdravko Chavdarov, Eli Marques, Todor Yanchev, Dormushali Saidhodja, Atanas Zehirov, Spas Delev, Nikolay Manchev, Yordan Todorov, Svetoslav Petrov, Ivan Stoyanov, Pavel Vidanov, Yordan Minev, Orlin Orlinov, Kosta Yanev. In the summer of 2009 there are serious personal changes in the CSKA team. Four players are bought from...
2008-2009 - "The babies of Penev” with the Supercup

2008-2009 - "The babies of Penev” with the Supercup

CSKA team for the 2008-2009 season: Daniel Becono, Ivaylo Petrov, Ivan Karadjov, Venzislav Velinov, Ivan Ivanov, Yordan Todorov, Kiril Kotev, Todor Yanchev, Marquinos-,,Маркиньос'', Felipe Machado, Nikolay Chipev, Alexander Tonev, Udoji, Martin Toshev, Pavel Vidanov, Zdravko Lazarov, Rui Miguel, Eli Marques, Viktor Morozs, Evgeni Yordanov, Dormushali Saidhodja, Yordan Minev, David Silva, Ze Rui, Alexander Branekov, Vladislav Zlatinov, Gardar Gunglaugson, Felipe Da Costa, Atanas Zehirov, Vladimir Manchev, Mitja Morac,...
2007-2008 - 31st title and the denied license

2007-2008 - 31st title and the denied license

CSKA team for the 2007-2008 season: Velizar Dimitrov, Florentin Petre, Yordan Todorov, Nei, Udodji, Ivaylo Petrov, Todor Yanchev, Marquinhos, Nikola Vujadinovic, Quido Landzaat, Alexander Tunchev (captain), Ilko Pirgov, Kiril Kotev, Jose Garces, Valentin Iliev, Kevin Amuneke, Georgi Chilikov, Yordan Yurukov, Nenad Nastiv, Evgeni Yordanov, Alexander Tonev, Ivaylo Dimitrov, Abder Cabous, Ze Rui, Emil Gargorov Head coach: Stoycho Mladenov The 2007-2008 season is very dramatic and controversial for CSKA. Under the leadership of Stoycho...
2006-2007 - Dramatical clashes with Besiktas in Europe

2006-2007 - Dramatical clashes with Besiktas in Europe

CSKA team for the 2006-2007 season: Valentin Iliev(captain), Ivaylo Petrov, Furtado, Robert Petrov, Martos, Florentin Petre, Eugen Trica, Velizar Dimitrov, Alexander Tunchev, Georgi Iliev, Yordan Todorov, Ilko Pirgov, Robert Petrov, Georgi Iliev, Kiril Kotev, Thiago Silva, Yordan Yurukov, Udoji, Daniel Morales, Stoyko Sakaliev, Sergej Jakirovic, Za Zaadi, Abder Kabus, Ivan Ivanov, Alexandru Piturca, Martin Toshev, Alexander Branekov, Mihail Alexandrov, Krum Lovkov, Pavel Vidanov, Nikolay Chipev, Stanko Yovchev The 2006-2007 began...
2005-2006 - CSKA elimites Berbatov’s Bayer Leverkusen and wins against Liverpool on “Anfield Road”

2005-2006 - CSKA elimites Berbatov’s Bayer Leverkusen and wins against Liverpool on “Anfield Road”

CSKA team for the 2005-2006 season: Matija Matko, Oliver Kovacevic, Yordan Todorov, Emil Gargorov, Thiago Silva, Velizar Dimitrov, Todor Yanchev, Hristo Yanev, Ibrahima Gueye, Gerasim Zakov, Valentin Iliev, Evgeni Yordanov, Yordan Yourukov, Alexander Branekov,, Miroslav Manolov, Yordan Varbanov, Kostadin Hazurov, Adrian Olegov, Evgeni Hmaruc, Dejan Maksic, Ivan Ploshtakov, Ivan Ivanov, Petko Iliev, Radoslav Zabavnik, Nikolay Godjev, Ivaylo Ivanov, Alexander Mutavcic, Alexander Mladenov, Jose Furtado, Da Zaadi Head coach: Miodrag...
2004-2005 - 30th jubilee title and a third star on the emblem

2004-2005 - 30th jubilee title and a third star on the emblem

CSKA team for the 2004-2005 season: Adalbert Zafirov, Benoit Cauet, Yordan Todorov, Emil Gargorov, Thiago Silva, Velizar Dimitrov, Todor Yanchev, Hristo Yanev, Ibrahima Gueye, Gerasim Zakov, Valentin Iliev, Evgeni Yordanov, Yordan Yourukov, Alexander Branekov, Amiran Mujiri, Miroslav Manolov, Yordan Varbanov, Kostadin Hazurov, Joel Lindpere, Evgeni Hmaruc, Dejan Maksic, Ivan Ploshtakov, Ivan Ivanov, Petko Iliev, Radoslav Zabavnik, Nikolay Godjev, Ivaylo Ivanov Head coach: Ferario Spasov (autumn), Miodrag Jesic (spring) The 2004-2005...
2003-2004 - The Leo Lima and Rodrigo Souza affair

2003-2004 - The Leo Lima and Rodrigo Souza affair

CSKA team for the 2003-2004 season: Macdonald Mukansi, Georgi Antonov, Velizar Dimitrov, Emil Gargorov, Alexander Tomash, Svetoslav Petrov, Todor Yanchev, Joao Carlos, Ibrahima Gueye, Yordan Varbanov, Hristo Yanev, Marcos Charras, Leo Lima, Rodrigo Souza, Stoyan Kolev, Rumen Trifonov, Altin Haji, Yordan Todorov, Martin Kerchev, Evgeni Yordanov, Slavov, Ivaylo Ivanov, Stoycho Mladenov - jr, Joao Paolo Brito, Petar Stanev CSKA started the new season with the idea of attacking the Champions League. The Brazilians Leo Lima and Rodrigo...
2002-2003 - 13 consecutive wins and a title won at the “Gerena” stadium

2002-2003 - 13 consecutive wins and a title won at the “Gerena” stadium

C SKA team for the 2002-2003 season: Macdonald Mukanski, Yordan Todorov, Emil Gargorov, Georgi Antonov, Svetoslav Petrov, Velizar Dimitrov, Todor Yanchev, Hristo Yanev; Joao Carlos, Ibrahima Gueye, Angel Yoshev, Artim Sakiri, Yordan Varbanov, Ivan Pavlov, Alexander Tomash, Gerasim Zakov, Agnaldo Pereira, Fabio Lima, Joao Paolo Brito, Marcos Charras, Stoycho Mladenov - jr., Borislav Karamatev, Petar Nikolov, Rumen Trifonov, Hristo Bahtarliev, Venzislav Velinov, Ivaylo Ivanov, Stoyan Kolev, Simeon Atanasov Head coach: Stoycho Mladenov...
2001-2002 - The elimination of Shakhtar and epic clashes with AC Milan

2001-2002 - The elimination of Shakhtar and epic clashes with AC Milan

CSKA team for the 2001-2002 season: Todor Yanchev, Adalbert Zafirov, Metodi Deyanov, Alexander Tomash, Svetoslav Petrov, Galin Ivanov, Kalchev, Georgi Antonov, Hristo Yanev; Yanko Valkanov, Angel Stoykov, Vladimir Manchev, Assen Bukarev, Ibrahima Gueye, Luboslav Penev, Massena Moke, Micho Vraniesh, Sv.Georgiev, Stoyan Kolev, Yordan Letchkov, Dragolub Simonovic, Ivaylo Ivanov, Samet Ashimov, Stefan Jilio, Nenad Lukic For the 2001-2002 season Luboslav Penev and Yordan Letchkov return to CSKA. Vladimir Manchev makes his best season and...

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