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At the beginning of the —09 season , the club managed to strengthen their ranks by signing Bulgarian internationals Zdravko Lazarov and Vladimir Manchev. In the summer of , the Italian Enrico Catuzzi was retained as head coach, who managed to revive the team. Former Bulgarian politician Aleksandar Tomov became president of the club and assured the supporters that CSKA would, in fact, be aiming at both the championship and the cup. On 10 July , it was officially purchased by the Red Champions Group, a union of businessmen and club legends.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} His place was taken by the relatively unknown Macedonian manager Gjore Jovanovski , who kept his job for just three months before being replaced by his assistant Milen Radukanov. The following season , CSKA had its worst performance in the Bulgarian championship to date, finishing 11th in the final table, only three points from relegation. He was replaced by another Italian, Luigi Simoni. The —81 season was again a memorable one for CSKA Sofia, winning the Bulgarian title once more and twice beating European champion Nottingham Forest , both times with 1—0 scorelines, before being stopped by the future European champions Liverpool with a 6—1 defeat on aggregate in the quarter-finals of the European Cup. Plamen Markov was appointed head coach, but after a disappointing first half of the season, he was replaced by Georgi Vasilev , who had previously won three Bulgarian titles one with Etar Veliko Tarnovo and two with Levski Sofia. After losing 1—4 in the first leg in Munich , CSKA bowed out of the competition following a 2—1 win at home. Despite the strong start, CSKA did not manage to earn any more points in the group stage and exited the competition after finishing fourth in its group. In the midst of the crisis, Dimitar Penev was given the head coach's job for the third time and burdened with the task of saving the club. The match ended 6—6. In the semi-final, the Reds again faced Bayern Munich. The title was lost undeservedly. As Sredets, the club finished in fourth place in the —86 season. In the domestic championship, CSKA had only 16 players registered for the — season and some un-indexed players took part in official UEFA games. The decisive second match occurred on 9 September The score was 3—3 on aggregate, as Septemvri pri CDV led 2—1 near the end of regulation time, when a last-minute goal by Nako Chakmakov gave the club its first ever title. CSKA did not recapture the title until However, during the —67 season , CSKA recorded its first major international achievement after reaching the semi-finals of the European Cup for the first time, where they faced Italian giants Internazionale. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Defense concluded their affiliation with the club. Even though at times CSKA had fallen as far as nine points behind league leaders Levski, the club shortened the difference to only two points before the decisive match for the title at Georgi Asparuhov Stadium. Looking for ways to stop the club's decline, CDV's administrators sought to merge it with another club. CSKA finished the season in third place. CSKA started —12 with eight-straight league victories, but after a 1—2 defeat against Slavia Sofia and a 0—0 draw against Cherno More Varna , Radukanov was unexpectedly fired by chairman Dimitar Borisov. In the spring, Stoycho Mladenov was again hired as head coach, and he led the club to a second-place league finish, a single point behind champions Ludogorets Razgrad after losing on the final day of the season. The Reds finished second, seven points behind Levski. Five coaches were changed in just one season, with Tsvetan Yonchev being coach for just one day. After two draws in the beginning of the spring half of —07 , CSKA found themselves six points behind Levski. At the end of the season, the Army Men secured the title in advance, finishing 16 points ahead of second-placed rivals Levski without losing a match from 30 championship matches. The club bought some of the most talented Bulgarian players, including Yordan Letchkov , Ivaylo Andonov and Stoycho Stoilov , among others. CSKA finished second. In , the Army club clinched their first double. In June , former FIFA Ballon d'Or winner Hristo Stoichkov was released from Litex Lovech to replace Radukanov on the bench, but the poor financial condition of the club forced him to leave shortly after his arrival without even having signed a contract. CSKA won the match 2—1, even though they had missed a penalty when the score was 2—0. Lawyer Ivan Bashev , a future Bulgarian foreign minister, was appointed club secretary and the person in charge of football. The club began the decade modestly, claiming second place domestically and reaching the round of 16 in —71 European Cup Winners' Cup , where they fell to English side Chelsea 0—2 on aggregate. The club's stadium completed in was named Athletic Park and was situated where the Bulgarian Army Stadium now resides. The future of CSKA looked grim, its status as a professional club hanging in the balance. On 24 December , club owner Pramod Mittal announced he had signed a preliminary contract with a local investor to sell the club. In the summer of , CSKA made a strong selection and eventually the club included half of the youth national football team of Bulgaria. After the end of the season, Ivanov also left the club. Notwithstanding the club's selection issues, CSKA won their record 30th domestic title in The club lost 1—3 in the first match in Sofia, but surprisingly won the second leg 1—0 away at Anfield , though CSKA was still eliminated on aggregate. Barcelona, coached by former Dutch international Johan Cruyff , won both matches 4—2 in Barcelona and 2—1 in Sofia and CFKA were eliminated, but Cruyff did notice the talent of Hristo Stoichkov and decided to bring him to Barcelona the following year, effectively launching Stoichkov's international career. The first leg was held in Sofia and started with a full dominance over Bayern, as by the 16th minute, CSKA were leading 3—0 in front of 85, jubilant spectators who saw the European final in their dreams. In the summer of , the club hired Pavel Dochev as head coach, but after a string of unsatisfactory results, including a 0—1 loss to Levski Sofia and a 1—2 loss to Chernomorets Burgas, he was fired. Their disagreements eventually boiled over in January and the board relieved Penev of the position. The CSKA name was restored starting with the —90 season and they won the title again. Several players were banned from participating in official matches for varying periods of time, including Hristo Stoichkov and Kostadin Yanchev from CSKA. The following year, the club was renamed to CDNA ' Central House of the People's Army , and the years between and marked one of the most successful periods for the Reds , who won nine consecutive titles an unprecedented achievement in Bulgarian football to this day and, in , took part in the second installment of the newly created European Cup competition. Simoni left at the end of the season. The club's played its first official match on 19 May against Slavia Sofia at Yunak Stadium, a 1—1 draw. By decree of the Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist Party , both teams were disbanded and re-founded under new management. On 5 May , the club marked its 60th anniversary with big celebrations organized by the management. The match was marked by many questionable referee decisions and saw several brutal fights, including an assault on a referee by some of Levski's players. CSKA began the season by being surprisingly eliminated from international football by Slovenian football dwarf Mura While the first leg in Slovenia ended in a 0—0 draw, a 1—1 tie at home eliminated the Reds from the —13 UEFA Europa League in the second qualifying round. But the final result was 4—3 for CSKA. Vasilev was unexpectedly released from the club at the beginning of the second half of the —98 season after a 3—0 win over Spartak Pleven. Coach Petar Zehtinski took his place. However, a simple goalkeeper mistake at the end of the match allowed Fulham to score, ending the game in a 1—1 draw. As a result, Plamen Markov was replaced by Stoycho Mladenov, who returned to lead the club after three-and-a-half years. Aleksandar Stankov was appointed as coach again, but was replaced by Catuzzi again after two losses from Litex for the cup and the championship. This led to the sacking of legendary coach Krum Milev after 16 years. The decade, immediately following the fall of communism , brought turbulent changes to Bulgarian football, and the club was not spared. Vladimir Stoychev from AS , who at the time was fighting on the front in World War II, was appointed by telegram as the new club's chairman. There were problems with player-indexing due to some unpaid obligations to Neftochimik. With him, the team set a record with 13 consecutive wins in 13 matches in the Bulgarian Championship and CSKA became champions for the first time since However, Mladenov was fired the following season after losing to Galatasaray in the qualifying rounds of the —04 UEFA Champions League and after giving a less than impressive performance in the first round of the UEFA Cup , where the club lost on penalty kicks to Torpedo Moscow. The contract was signed on 5 May , which is officially considered the club's date of foundation. The problems with the license exposed the club's weak financial situation and led to chaos and panic, prompting many of the key players to flee, including head coach Stoycho Mladenov himself, who left saying he was not happy with the fire sale of so many important players. Consequently, at the shareholders meeting at the end of , the club ownership was transferred to businessman Vasil Bozhkov, who became majority owner. 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