Radostin Kishishev

Where is Radostin Kishishev now?

A constant presence throughout Charlton Athletic’s seven year Premier League spell, Radostin Kishishev retired in 2012 after returning to his hometown club Chernomorets Burgas in his native Bulgaria.

A former Bulgarian international player, he represented his country on 88 occasions and played in the 1996 UEFA European Championships as well as the 1998 FIFA World Cup finals.
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Upon retiring from playing Kishishev stayed with Chernomorets Burgas but moved upstairs as director of football before leaving the club in May 2014.

He was only out of a football for a few months before joining Bulgarian second division side FC Vereya in his first managerial post, staying at the club for a year before joining fellow second-tier side PFC Burgas.

PFC Burgas dissolved in 2015 and merged with Neftochimic Burgas but Kishishev maintained his role as head coach.

In 2017, Kishishev returned to his home-town of Chernomorets once more to join Chernomorets 1919 in his current role as director of youth and coach of their under 19’s side.

Kishishev, who holds a UEFA A coaching licence has admitted that he would love to return to England as a manager but has admitted that he needs some experience first.

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