Spas Dzhevizov

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Spas Dzhevizov
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Personal information
Full name Spas Andreev Dzhevizov
Date of birth (1955-09-27) 27 September 1955 (age 59)
Place of birth Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Playing position Forward (retired)
National team
Teams managed
Years Team
1987-1990 AC Omonia
1994-1995 CSKA Sofia
2000 CSKA Sofia
2001 Alki Larnaca
† Appearances (Goals).

Spas Dzhevizov (Bulgarian: Спас Джевизов) (born 27 September 1955, in Plovdiv, Bulgaria) is a football former forward. For the Bulgaria national football team Dzhevizov featured in 20 games and scored 3 goals. Between 1976 and 1984 he played in 205 matches and scored 96 goals for CSKA Sofia. Dzhevizov won the top Bulgarian league, the A PFG, four times (all with CSKA), as well as the Bulgarian Cup, two times (all with CSKA). He led the league in scoring during the 1979–80 season with 23 goals.[1]

Following his playing career, Dzhevizov became a manager of clubs in Bulgaria and Cyprus, including CSKA Sofia and Alki Larnaca.[2]