Nikolay Todorov (footballer, born 1964)
|Full name||Nikolay Stoychev Todorov|
|Date of birth||26 September 1964|
|Place of birth||Balchik, Bulgaria|
|Minyor Pernik (manager)|
|2002–2007||Levski Sofia (youth coach)|
|2009–2012||Minyor Pernik (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Todorov started his career in Dobrudzha Dobrich. He played for the most of his career in Levski Sofia where he made a name for himself. He also played in CSKA Sofia, Lokomotiv Sofia, Montpellier HSC, SM Caen, Anorthosis Famagusta FC and Septemvri Sofia. He played one season in the Turkish Super Lig with Sarıyer G.K. His nickname the Kaiser comes from the Dutch striker Piet Keizer.
He played twelve games for the Bulgarian national football team and scored 3 goals. A true leader with a powerful shot.
After his retiring from a playing career, he coached Levski's youth team and in September 2012 he was appointed manager of PFC Minyor Pernik. He took over as head coach of Botev Vratsa in December 2015, a position he held until early May 2016.
- Bulgarian champion with Levski: 1985, 1994, 1995
- Bulgarian cup winner with Levski: 1994
- Profile at TFF.org
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- "Кайзера: Миньор (Пк) трябва си върне онзи дух". Sportal.bg.
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- "Николай Тодоров ще води Миньор" (in Bulgarian). minyor-pernik.bg. 14 December 2017.
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