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Radoslav Vasilev

Radoslav Vasilev
Personal information
Date of birth (1990-10-12) 12 October 1990 (age 23)
Place of birthSofia, Bulgaria
Height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Playing positionStriker
Club information
Current clubSlavia Sofia
Number11
Youth career
0000–2007Slavia Sofia
2007–2009Reading
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
2009–2010Reading0(0)
2010–Slavia Sofia28(3)
2012Lyubimets 2007 (loan)8(1)
National team
2008–2009Bulgaria U194(1)
2009–2012Bulgaria U214(0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 31 May 2013.
† Appearances (Goals).

Radoslav Vasilev (Bulgarian: Радослав Василев; born 12 October 1990) is a Bulgarian footballer who plays as a striker for Slavia Sofia.

Career

Vasilev started playing football at Slavia in his hometown Sofia before his tenth birthday.

Reading

He transferred from Slavia Sofia to Reading for an undisclosed fee on 12 December 2007.[1] Reading's Academy Recruitment officer, Steve Shorey (father of Nicky Shorey) explained his reasons for signing Vasilev: "He's different from what we've got at the same age. He's not just about brawn and pace, he's got football intelligence. He's a lovely size, around 6 ft 2 in, can use both feet." Vasilev was released from Reading at the beginning of May alongside midfielders Mitchell Bryant and Oliver Bozanic.[2]

Slavia

In July 2010 Vasilev returned to Bulgaria, signing a contract with his home club Slavia Sofia. He made his A PFG debut during the 2010–11 season on August 21, 2010 in a 2–0 away win against Pirin Blagoevgrad.

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