Petar Shopov

From Kazakhstan Encyclopedia

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Petar Ivanov Shopov (Template:Lang-bg; born 14 January 1978 in Bansko) is a retired Bulgarian professional football striker.


He started his career playing with Levski Sofia however during the 1996-97 season he only made one official appearance in the Cup being loaned in the next season to Pirin Blagoevgrad, where he scored 10 goals in 25 games and became top scorer of the team.Template:Citation needed Soon he had a chance back at the Bulgarian giants Levski but after one season he returned to his previous club on loan again.[1] But he will be back to the capital, in January 2000, this time to play in Slavia Sofia where he stayed for two years. Petar Shopov's first adventure abroad was in January 2002, when he signed for the Serbian top league club FK Železnik from Belgrade. In two years, he scored 12 goals. After spending another season in Sofia with Slavia again, he signed with the Slovenian club NK Mura where he played one season before returning to his first professional club Pirin in 2005. In 2006, he had a short spell in Kazakhstan first league club FC Kairat Almaty, before moving to Greece to play first in Kastoria F.C.,where he became top scorerTemplate:Citation needed of the team and then in Anagennisi Karditsa. In the middle he had a stint in Cypros with Digenis Morphou. In the summer of 2009, Shopov returned to Bulgaria, signing a contract with Sportist Svoge. However, he left at the end of the year. In 2010, Petar signed a contract with West B PFG club Septemvri Simitli. He čast played with Vihren in the West B PFG.[2]



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