Footballers' Footballer of the Year Awards (Bulgaria)

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Footballers' Footballer of the Year Awards (Bulgarian: Награди Футболист на футболистите) are annual association football awards for the best player of the year, best young player of the year and best manager of the year in Bulgarian football. The awards have been presented since the 2001–02 season and the winners are chosen by a vote amongst the members of the Bulgarian football players' union, the Association of Bulgarian footballers (ABF).[1]

Every spring, before the end of the Bulgarian football championship season, a shortlist of nominees is prepared by the ABF in consultation with football journalists, players and managers. Then, in April, each professional footballer playing in the top two divisions of Bulgarian football (the Bulgarian A Professional Football Group and the Bulgarian B Professional Football Group), no matter of his nationality, votes for a total of three players, three young players and three managers from the shortlist. The awards are given to the professionals who have received most of the votes.[1] The awards winners are announced at a gala event after the end of the football championship season.

Winners[edit]

The awards have been presented since 2001. The following tables present all the winners, runners-up and third-placed players and managers.[1]

Player of the year[edit]

Year Winner Runner-up Third-placed Notes
Player Club Player Club Player Club
2001–02 Bulgaria Vladimir Manchev CSKA Sofia  
2002–03 Bulgaria Velizar Dimitrov CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Ilian Stoyanov Levski Sofia Bulgaria Hristo Yovov Litex Lovech [2]
2003–04 Bulgaria Martin Kamburov Lokomotiv Plovdiv Bulgaria Emil Gargorov CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Dimitar Ivankov Levski Sofia [3]
2004–05 Bulgaria Hristo Yanev CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Martin Kamburov Lokomotiv Plovdiv Bulgaria Blagoy Georgiev Slavia Sofia [4]
2005–06 Bulgaria Daniel Borimirov Levski Sofia Bulgaria Stanislav Angelov Levski Sofia Bulgaria Dimitar Telkiyski Levski Sofia [5]
2006–07 Bulgaria Hristo Yovov Levski Sofia Bulgaria Tsvetan Genkov Lokomotiv Sofia Bulgaria Stanislav Angelov Levski Sofia [6]
2007–08 Bulgaria Georgi Hristov Botev Plovdiv Bulgaria Velizar Dimitrov CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Marcho Dafchev Lokomotiv Sofia [7]
2008–09 Bulgaria Martin Kamburov Lokomotiv Sofia Bulgaria Georgi Ivanov Levski Sofia Bulgaria Aleksandar Aleksandrov Cherno More Varna [8]
2009–10 Bulgaria Ivelin Popov Litex Lovech Bulgaria Martin Kamburov Lokomotiv Sofia Brazil Doka Madureira Litex Lovech [9]
2010–11 Brazil Doka Madureira Litex Lovech Mali Garra Dembélé Levski Sofia Bulgaria Spas Delev CSKA Sofia [10]
2011–12 Brazil Júnior Moraes CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Hristo Yanev Litex Lovech Bulgaria Emil Gargorov Ludogorets Razgrad [11]
2012–13 Bulgaria Georgi Milanov Litex Lovech Bulgaria Ivan Tsvetkov Botev Plovdiv Bulgaria Emil Gargorov Ludogorets Razgrad [12]
2013–14 Bulgaria Vladislav Stoyanov Ludogorets Razgrad Bulgaria Emil Gargorov CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Svetoslav Dyakov Ludogorets Razgrad [13]
2014–15 Brazil Marcelinho Ludogorets Razgrad Bulgaria Svetoslav Dyakov Ludogorets Razgrad Bulgaria Ivan Tsvetkov Botev Plovdiv [14]
2015–16 Bulgaria Vladislav Stoyanov Ludogorets Razgrad Brazil Marcelinho Ludogorets Razgrad Bulgaria Martin Kamburov Lokomotiv Plovdiv [15]

Young player of the year[edit]

Year Winner Runner-up Third-placed Notes
Player Club Player Club Player Club
2001–02 Bulgaria Emil Gargorov Lokomotiv Sofia  
2002–03 Bulgaria Emil Gargorov CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Yordan Todorov CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Blagoy Georgiev Slavia Sofia [2]
2003–04 Bulgaria Chavdar Yankov Slavia Sofia Nigeria Omonigho Temile Levski Sofia Bulgaria Kostadin Hazurov CSKA Sofia [3]
2004–05 Bulgaria Chavdar Yankov Slavia Sofia Bulgaria Valeri Domovchiyski Levski Sofia Bulgaria Tsvetan Genkov Lokomotiv Sofia [4]
2005–06 Bulgaria Valeri Domovchiyski Levski Sofia Bulgaria Tsvetan Genkov Lokomotiv Sofia Bulgaria Ivelin Popov Litex Lovech [5]
2006–07 Bulgaria Valeri Domovchiyski Levski Sofia Bulgaria Nikolay Dimitrov Levski Sofia Bulgaria Ivelin Popov Litex Lovech [6]
2007–08 Bulgaria Nikolay Dimitrov Levski Sofia Bulgaria Ivan Ivanov Lokomotiv Plovdiv Bulgaria Aleksandar Aleksandrov Cherno More Varna [7]
2008–09 Bulgaria Spas Delev Pirin Blagoevgrad Bulgaria Ivan Ivanov CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Aleksandar Tonev CSKA Sofia [8]
2009–10 Bulgaria Ismail Isa Lokomotiv Mezdra Bulgaria Spas Delev CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Daniel Zlatkov Minyor Pernik [9]
2010–11 Bulgaria Aleksandar Tonev CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Plamen Iliev Levski Sofia Bulgaria Georgi Milanov Litex Lovech [10]
2011–12 Bulgaria Georgi Milanov Litex Lovech Bulgaria Plamen Iliev Levski Sofia Bulgaria Anton Karachanakov CSKA Sofia [11]
2012–13 Bulgaria Todor Nedelev Botev Plovdiv Bulgaria Simeon Slavchev Litex Lovech Bulgaria Iliya Milanov Litex Lovech [12]
2013–14 Bulgaria Ivaylo Chochev CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Georgi Kitanov Cherno More Varna Bulgaria Kiril Despodov Litex Lovech [13]
2014–15 Bulgaria Tsvetelin Chunchukov Botev Plovdiv Bulgaria Kristiyan Malinov Litex Lovech Bulgaria Milen Gamakov Botev Plovdiv [14]
2015–16 Bulgaria Kristiyan Malinov Litex Lovech Bulgaria Bozhidar Kraev Levski Sofia Bulgaria Georgi Kitanov Cherno More Varna [15]

Manager of the year[edit]

Year Winner Runner-up Third-placed Notes
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club
2001–02 Bulgaria Ferario Spasov Litex Lovech  
2002–03 Bulgaria Stoycho Mladenov CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Ferario Spasov Litex Lovech Bulgaria Dimitar Dimitrov Lokomotiv Plovdiv [2]
2003–04 Bulgaria Eduard Eranosyan Lokomotiv Plovdiv Bulgaria Ferario Spasov CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Velislav Vutsov Cherno More Varna [3]
2004–05 Serbia and Montenegro Miodrag Ješić CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Stefan Grozdanov Lokomotiv Sofia Bulgaria Eduard Eranosyan Lokomotiv Plovdiv [4]
2005–06 Bulgaria Stanimir Stoilov Levski Sofia Serbia and Montenegro Ljupko Petrović Litex Lovech Bulgaria Yasen Petrov Cherno More Varna [5]
2006–07 Bulgaria Stanimir Stoilov Levski Sofia Serbia Ljupko Petrović Litex Lovech Bulgaria Stefan Grozdanov Lokomotiv Sofia [6]
2007–08 Bulgaria Stoycho Mladenov CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Stanimir Stoilov Levski Sofia Serbia Miodrag Ješić Litex Lovech [7]
2008–09 Bulgaria Stanimir Stoilov Litex Lovech Bulgaria Krassimir Balakov Chernomorets Burgas Bulgaria Nikola Spasov Cherno More Varna [8]
2009–10 Bulgaria Ilian Iliev Beroe Stara Zagora Bulgaria Angel Chervenkov Litex Lovech Bulgaria Anton Velkov Minyor Pernik [9]
2010–11 Bulgaria Lyuboslav Penev Litex Lovech Bulgaria Ilian Iliev Beroe Stara Zagora Bulgaria Milen Radukanov CSKA Sofia [10]
2011–12 Bulgaria Dimitar Dimitrov Chernomorets Burgas Bulgaria Ilian Iliev Beroe Stara Zagora Bulgaria Stoycho Mladenov CSKA Sofia [11]
2012–13 Bulgaria Hristo Stoichkov Litex Lovech Bulgaria Dimitar Dimitrov Chernomorets Burgas Bulgaria Stanimir Stoilov Botev Plovdiv [12]
2013–14 Bulgaria Stoycho Stoev Ludogorets Razgrad Bulgaria Stoycho Mladenov CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Georgi Ivanov Cherno More Varna [13]
2014–15 Bulgaria Dimitar Vasev Lokomotiv Sofia   [14]
2015–16 Bulgaria Georgi Dermendzhiev Ludogorets Razgrad Bulgaria Hristo Yanev CSKA Sofia Bulgaria Stoycho Stoev Levski Sofia [15]

Women's player of the year[edit]

The women's player of the year award has been presented since 2016.

Year Winner Runner-up Third-placed Notes
Player Club Player Club Player Club
2015–16 Bulgaria Silvia Radoyska NSA Sofia Bulgaria Veronika Gotseva Sportika Blagoevgrad Bulgaria Nina Georgieva Beroe Stara Zagora [15]

References[edit]

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  10. ^ a b c "Дока е "Футболист на футболистите" (Doka is Footballers' Footballer)". topsport.bg. 16 May 2011. Retrieved 16 May 2011. 
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