|Full name||Milen Petrov Radukanov|
|Date of birth||12 December 1972|
|Place of birth||Vidin, Bulgaria|
|Height||1.79 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Septemvri Sofia (manager)|
|1993–1994||→ Pirin Blagoevgrad (loan)||24||(1)|
|2008–2009||Levski Elin Pelin||?||(?)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 12 March 2013|
In 2010, Radukanov was appointed as CSKA Sofia's assistant coach and interpreter for the Romanian head coach Ioan Andone. Because of that fact he is known as the "Bulgarian Jose Mourinho". Later he joined the coaching staff of Adalbert Zafirov, Pavel Dotchev and Gjore Jovanovski. On 21 October 2010, he became the temporary head coach of CSKA. The team showed impressive results under him, which led to his appointment as permanent head coach. His assistants were Todor Yanchev (the team's captain) and Svetoslav Petrov. When Radukanov took the helm, CSKA were 11th in the league table. He managed to take them to 3rd place by the end of the season and also won the Bulgarian Cup and Bulgarian Supercup that year. In October 2011, Radukanov vacated the position of head coach, citing mutual consent, just before the Eternal derby match.
On 28 October 2011, Bulgarian B PFG side Botev Plovdiv announced on their official website, that they had reached an agreement with Milen Radukanov to take over the manager position at the club. In April 2012, he vacated the position of head coach of Botev Plovdiv following a draw with Etar Veliko Tarnovo. Radukanov was reappointed as CSKA Sofia coach on 11 March 2013, after the club had parted ways with Miodrag Ješić. His second tenure at CSKA Sofia only lasted until the end of the season.
As a playerEdit
As a managerEdit
|G||W||D||L||F||A||Goal +/-||Win %|
|CSKA Sofia||October 2010||October 2011||30||23||4||3||63||20||+43||76.66|
|Botev Plovdiv||October 2011||March 2012||11||5||4||2||12||7||+5||54.55|
|CSKA Sofia||March 2013||14||10||2||2||25||9||+16||71.43|
- "Milen Radukanov becomes coach in CSKA" (in Bulgarian). Sportal.bg.
- "The debut of the Bulgarian Jose Mourinho" (in Bulgarian). Sportal.bg.
- "Milen Radukanov is the new head coach of Botev Plovdiv" (in Bulgarian). botevplovdiv.bg.
- "Милен Радуканов е новият треньор на ЦСКА, Росен Кирилов ще му бъде помощник" (in Bulgarian). topsport.bg. 11 March 2013. Retrieved 29 April 2013.
- "Официално: Милен Радуканов поема Славия, представят го днес" (in Bulgarian). topsport.bg. 21 October 2013. Retrieved 28 January 2015.
- "Милен: само Платини ми се обади, всеки клуб трябва да има шеф като Венци, "убеден съм, че "Славия" ще бъде в челните места на "А" група" (in Bulgarian). topsport.bg. 2 September 2014. Retrieved 28 January 2015.
- Milen Radukanov at National-Football-Teams.com