Radoslav Petrov Boyanov (Bulgarian: Радослав Петров Боянов; born 30 November 1978) is a Bulgarian former footballer and manager, who now leads Pomorie in the Bulgarian Second Professional League.
Former PFC CSKA Sofia U19 player Radoslav was forced to end up his career as an youngster due to some problems with the adductors. He continue playing football on lower level – mostly in Third Bulgarian Division, representing few teams till 2004 while preparing himself for his coaching career. In 2003 Radoslav joined the PFC Dobrudzha Youth Sector coaching staff. Three years later he was invited to work with the talents in PFC Cherno more. In 2008 he was promoted to Cherno more U19 head coach and 12 months later – at the age of 31, he was already 1st team assistant coach.
After two years in the top flight of the Bulgarian football Radoslav went abroad as he became FC Karpaty Lviv U19 head coach. A year later he came back to Bulgaria to become an assistant of the former West Ham and Portsmouth goalscorer Svetoslav Todorov who was announced as the new head coach of PFC Dobrudzha. In the summer of 2014 he took the charge of the newly-founded FC Inter Dobrich where he worked till November 2016.
At the beginning of 2018 he became an assistant coach of Oborishte Panagyurishte in the Second Professional League. After the head coach Ivan Atanasov was sacked Boyanov was promoted. In the summer of 2018 he was unveiled as the new head coach of Pomorie in the Second Professional League.
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