|Full name||Todor Aleksandrov Kolev|
|Date of birth||8 February 1980|
|Place of birth||Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria|
|Height||1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Etar Veliko Tarnovo II|
|Etar Veliko Tarnovo|
|1997–1999||Etar Veliko Tarnovo|
|2000–2002||→ Spartak Pleven (loan)||49||(57)|
|2005||→ Marek Dupnitsa (loan)||4||(1)|
|2009||→ Kiryat Shmona (loan)||14||(1)|
|2013–2014||PAS Lamia 1964||6||(4)|
|2014–2015||Etar Veliko Tarnovo||17||(7)|
|2017–2018||Etar Veliko Tarnovo||16||(1)|
|2019–||Etar Veliko Tarnovo II||0||(0)|
|*Club domestic league appearances and goals|
Todor Kolev (Bulgarian : Тодор Колев; born 8 February 1980) is a Bulgarian footballer who plays as a forward for Etar Veliko Tarnovo II. On 27 November 2019 he gets into a fight with the Etar Veliko Tarnovo's first team player – Ivan Stoyanov during squad training.
Kolev started to play football at Etar Veliko Tarnovo.[ citation needed ] In 1999, when he was 19 years old, he was transferred to Levski Sofia, with whom he was Champion of Bulgaria in 1999–00 and won the 2000 Bulgarian Cup. Kolev made his competitive debut for Levski on 27 October 1999 against FC Iskar in the first round of the Bulgarian Cup, scoring three goals.
In June 2000, he was loaned to Spartak Pleven. In the 2001–02 season, Kolev earned 23 appearances playing in the Bulgarian top division, scoring 18 goals.
In the summer of 2002, he returned to Levski and won the 2003 Bulgarian Cup.
In January 2005, Kolev was loaned to Marek Dupnitsa. Five months later, Slavia Sofia signed Kolev on a five-year deal. In the 2006–07 season, he scored the 25 goals in 28 league matches.
In June 2007, Kolev relocated to Germany, signing a contract with TSV Alemannia Aachen. In the 2007–08 season, he earned 20 appearances playing in the 2nd Bundesliga, scoring five goals.
In August 2008, Kolev returned to Slavia Sofia.
In December 2010, Kolev signed with Ludogorets Razgrad and played for the team during the second half of the 2010/2011 season.
In September 2012, Kolev left Etar 1924 to sign with Olympiakos Volou.
In February 2017, Kolev returned to Etar Veliko Tarnovo.
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