A report on Pavel Panov

Bulgarian football player and coach, who played as a midfielder or striker.

- Pavel Panov

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PFC Levski Sofia

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Bulgarian professional association football club based in Sofia, which competes in the First League, the top division of the Bulgarian football league system.

Bulgarian professional association football club based in Sofia, which competes in the First League, the top division of the Bulgarian football league system.

Georgi Asparuhov – "Gundi"
Levski against Werder Bremen at the National Stadium in the Champions League
Levski Sofia ultras during a derby match against CSKA Sofia
Vasil Levski, club's patron
First emblem of the club (1914–1934)
Gerena
Sector B in 2006
Kiril Ivkov, the 1968 Summer Olympics football tournament finalist
Nasko Sirakov, Levski's all-time top goalscorer with 206 goals
Sports Club Levski Sofia (1923–1944)
Professional Athletic Union Levski Sofia (1944–1949)
Dinamo Sofia (1949–1957)
Athletic Union Levski Sofia (1957–1969)
State Athletic Union Levski-Spartak (1969–1985)
Vitosha Sofia (1985–1989)
Levski-Spartak (1989–1990)
Levski Sofia (1990–1992, 2006–2014)
Levski 1914 (1992–1998)
PFC Levski 1914 (1998–2006)
Centenary crest (2014)
Official logo

A new crop of youngsters in the likes of Kiril Milanov, Dobromir Zhechev, Pavel Panov, Stefan Pavlov, Yordan Yordanov, Stefan Staykov, Tomas Lafchis, Todor Barzov, Voyn Voynov, Georgi Tsvetkov, Plamen Nikolov, and Rusi Gochev not only found their place in the first team, but brought new league titles in 1974, 1977, 1979, 1984 and 1985.

PFC Septemvri Sofia

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Bulgarian professional association football club based in Sofia, which currently competes in the First League, the first tier of Bulgarian football.

Bulgarian professional association football club based in Sofia, which currently competes in the First League, the first tier of Bulgarian football.

FC Septemvri's roots prior to merging with CSKA Sofia (see lower right corner)
1950–1952
1957–1959
1959–1969
1988–2015

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