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Todor Kolev may refer to:

Todor Kolev (actor) actor, singer, musician, comedian and politician

Todor Petrov Kolev was a leading Bulgarian film and stage actor, singer, comedian and TV presenter.

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Kolev is a common Bulgarian surname derived from the name of Nikolaj, Kolja. It is the surname of sons and daughters of a father who is named Nikolaj. Notable people with the name Kolev include:

Stoyan Kolev Bulgarian footballer

Stoyan Kolev Grebovic is a former Bulgarian footballer who played as a goalkeeper. He is currently a goalkeeper coach at Lokomotiv Plovdiv, but had a short stint as interim manager between 12–19 April 2017 following the resignation of Eduard Eranosyan.

Bulgaria national basketball team national sports team

The Bulgarian national basketball team is the basketball side that represents Bulgaria in all international competitions. Their achievements range from winning the Balkan Championship in 1950, to earning Runners-Up at the 1957 Euro Basket Championship. Other successes came with the team reaching the Quarter-Finals at the 1952 Summer Olympics, 1956 Summer Olympics and the 1959 FIBA World Championship.

Ivan Kolev may refer to:

Bozhil Kolev Bulgarian footballer

Bozhil Naydenov Kolev is a former Bulgarian football player and manager.

Ivan Venkov Kolev is a Bulgarian footballer currently in charge of Persija Jakarta.

Todor Kolev (footballer, born 1980) Bulgarian footballer (born 1980)

Todor Kolev is a former Bulgarian footballer who played as a forward.

Nikolay Kolev is a retired discus thrower from Bulgaria who competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics.

Todor Kolev (footballer, born 1989) Bulgarian association football player

Todor Kolev is a Bulgarian footballer who plays as a midfielder for Dobrudzha Dobrich. He plays as a left winger but can also play as a left back.

Slivo Pole Place in Rousse, Bulgaria

Slivo Pole is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Rousse Province. It is the administrative centre of the homonymous Slivo Pole Municipality, which lies in the northeastern part of the Province. The town is located five kilometres from the Danube, along the main road from Rousse to Silistra. As of December 2009, it has a population of 3,169 inhabitants.

Ivaylo Ivanov Bulgarian footballer

Ivaylo Ivanov is a former Bulgarian football goalkeeper, who works as goalkeeper coach for Litex Lovech.

Hristo Kolev is a Bulgarian football manager and former player.

Nikolay Kolev (journalist) Bulgarian sports journalist

Nikolay Kolev, nicknamed Michmana was a Bulgarian TV sports journalist. He will be remembered as a symbol of Bulgarian national sports journalism, being a pioneer in the profession.

Dilyan Kolev Bulgarian footballer

Dilyan Kolev is a Bulgarian footballer who currently plays as a midfielder for Icelandic club Einherji.

Todor Petkov Kolev is a former Bulgarian football defender who played for Bulgaria in the 1970 FIFA World Cup. He also played for PFC Slavia Sofia.

<i>King for a Day</i> (1983 film) 1983 film

King for a Day is a Bulgarian comedy-drama film released in 1983, directed by Nikolay Volev, starring Todor Kolev and Itzhak Fintzi. The screenplay is written by Nikola Statkov based on his short stories “The Outlander” and “The Mister”.

Nikolay Kolev may refer to: